CV

Hanne Grieg Hermansen
Born 1984 in Oslo, Norway

Education:
2008-2010: Bergen National Academy of the Arts (KHiB), MA programme in Fine Arts
2005-2008: Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO), Visual Arts, BA
2004-2005: Nordland College of Art and Film (NKFS), Visual Art.

Solo Exhibitions:
2020: Østfold Kunstsenter, Fredrikstad
2019: Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2019: Møre og Romsdal kunstsenter, Molde

2018: Sandefjord Kunstforening, Sandefjord
2018: Moss Kunstforening, Moss
2017: Kurant, Tromsø
2017: Vadsø Kunstforening, Vadsø
2016: Solen i granskoven, Prosjektrom Normanns, Stavanger
2016: Solen i granskoven, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo 
2015: Kongsvinger Kunstforening, Kongsvinger
2014: Residual Hauntings, Alta Kunstforening, Alta
2013: Zoom in, fade out, the end, NoPlace, Oslo
2012: Márkomeannu, Evenes
2012: Stone Tape, Samisk Kunstnersenter, Karasjok
2012: Stone Tape, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2011: Taphonomic Black, TagTeam, Bergen

Duo Exhibitions:
2012: Do not be lulled into thinking that you can look safely at the sun, in collaboration with Arna Kristine Lund-Johnsen, Kristiansund Kunstforening, Kristiansund
2009: Turning their backs on Oslo, in collaboration with Hans Kristian Borchgrevink Hansen, Kurant Visningsrom, Tromsø
2009: Turning their backs on Oslo, in collaboration with Hans Kristian Borchgrevink Hansen, Galleri Nb8, Oslo

Group Exhibitions:
2019: Matters at Heart, Telemark Kunstsenter, Skien 
2017: There Is No, Sámi Dáiddamusea, Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum, Tromsø
2017: Den 71. Nordnorske Kunstutstilling, turnerende landsdelsutstilling i Nordland, Troms og Finnmark
2016: Juleutstillingen, Kunstnerforbundet, Oslo
2016: Tegnerforbundet 100 år, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2015: Sami Contemporary, Felleshus, Berlin, Germany
2015: Sami Contemporary, Kungsbacka Konsthall, Kungsbacka, Sweden
2014: Sami Contemporary, Samisk Senter for Samtidskunst, Karasjok
2014: Tegnebiennalen / Drawing biennale, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2014: Sami Contemporary, Norrbottens Museum, Luleå, Sweden
2014: Sami Contemporary, Korundi, Rovaniemi Art Museum, Finland
2014: Reflex, Vefsn museum, Mosjøen
2013: Åpent Hus (one of two invited artists for the yearly members exhibition), Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2013: The city is empty, Kronika, Bytom, Katowice, Poland
2013: De ureelle enemerker, Røgden Bruk, Grue Finnskog
2013: BGO-TRF, Sandefjord Kunstforening, Sandefjord 
2013: REFLEX, Luleå Konsthall, Luleå, Sweden
2013: REFLEX, Samisk senter for samtidskunst, Karasjok
2012: REFLEX, Nordnorsk Kunstnersenter, Svolvær
2012: I begynnelsen var streken, touring exhibition produced for Den Kulturelle Skolesekken by Pilotgalleriet / Kunstnersenteret i Buskeud.
2012: Eplet og Stammen – Summerexhibition 2012, Seljord Kunstforening, Seljord
2011: Sparebankstiftelsen DnB NOR Stipendutstilling, Oslo Kunstforening, Oslo
2011: Beyond Deception, Galleri Erik Steen, Oslo 
2011: Reshuffling Forest (Hellebou Vol. 3), Holodeck, Oslo 
2011: Hørte Annualen, Hørte Dampfarveri, Sauherad 
2011: True Norwgian Black Drama part 3 – No one should call you a dreamer, Galleri F15, Moss
2011: The 65. Northern Norwegian regional exhibition, on tour in Nordland, Troms and Finnmark
2010: December exhibition, Sandefjord Kunstforening, Sandefjord
2010: The Mosquito and the Ruler, Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen
2009: An educated guess, USF Verftet, Bergen
2008: Material Works – Avgangsutstilling BA Kunstfag 2008, Momentum Kunsthall, Moss
2008: Vår Utstilling, Tegnerforbundet, Oslo
2008: Hjemme Alene, Tromsø Kunstforening, Tromsø
2007: Pencilstory, Galleri Nb8, Oslo
2007: Hey Hey! (We are the Mowglis), Podium, Oslo

Publications:
2018: Gitte Dæhlin – Tegninger / Drawings / Dibujos, 96 pages book. Role: editor / designer
2011: Work featured in the magazine Hellebou #3
2010: Work featured in the magazine Hellebou #2
2010: Puzzle the Detective, 32-paged book made in collaboration with Hans Kristian Borchgrevink Hansen, on assignment from the band Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson
2009: Work featured in the fanzine Trus ö #5

Residencies:
2019: Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale, Sunnfjord, Norway (with Øystein Wyller Odden) (Link)
2017: Can Serrat International Art Production Residency, El Bruc, Barcelona, Spain (Link)
2015: Trenza Negra Artist Residency, San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico (with Øystein Wyller Odden) (Link)
2011: Circolo Scandinavo, Rome, Italy (with Øystein Wyller Odden) (Link)

Reviews:
2018: Interview: Månedens tegner, Tegnerforbundet, juni 2018 (Link)
2018: I spennet mellom profesjonalitet og  grasrotformidling, Lars Elton, Kunst Pluss, Nr. 1 2018
2017: The next generation, The art coup, Ola Vikås, HØTT – Arctic Arts Magazine, issue 02 – 2017
2014: Lenge Leve, Silje Rønneberg Hogstad, Billedkunst, Nr. 7 2014
2014: Genistreker, Arve Røed, Dagbladet, 27.10.2014 (Link)
2012: På vei mot gapende elgskalle, Lene Ødegaard Olsen, Kunstforum, 25.04.2012 (Link)
2012: Interview: I et mørkt grenseland, Amalie Marie Selvik, Kunstforum, 24.04.2012 (Link)
2012: Det sublime og banale – Noe og ingenting, Erling Mostue Bugge, Numer #91, mars 2012
2012: Trist Tablå, Mona Gjessing, Klassekampen, 11.01.2012
2011: Forsteinet lys, Synnøve Vik, Billedkunst No. 3, 10.05.2011 (Link)
2010: Er der liv på Mars?, Susanne Christensen, Kunstkritikk, 22.04.2010

Grants:
2018: Sami Artist Council, Miscellaneous grant
2018: Norwegian Arts Council, Project Support
2018: Regionale Prosjektmidler
2018: BKV, Project Support
2018: Norwegian Arts Council, Project Support
2018: BKV, Project Support
2018: Norwegian Arts Council, Publication Support
2017: Fritt Ord, Project Support
2017: Norwegian Arts Council, Publication Support
2017: OCA, International Support for Translation of Text (ISACAT)
2017: Norwegian Crafts, support for translation of text 
2016: BKV Project Support
2016: Norwegian Government Exhibition Grant
2016: Norwegian Arts Council, Project Support
2016: BKH (The Relief Fund for Visual Artists), 3-Years Grant
2015: Kulturetaten, Oslo Municipality, subsidized studio
2014: Norwegian Arts Council, Exhibition Support
2014: Norwegian Government Exhibition Grant
2014: OCA, International Support with 03-funding
2014: Dáiddafoanda, Ad hoc-funding
2014: BKV, 2-Years Grant
2012: Astrid Aasen Scholarship
2012: Norwegian Arts Council, Exhibition Support
2011: Norwegian Government Exhibition Grant
2011: Norwegian Arts Council, Exhibition Support
2011: BKH (The Relief Fund for Visual Artists), Artist-in-Residency Support
2011: Sami Artist Council, 3-Years Working Grant for Young Artists
2010: Norwegian Arts Council, Exhibition Support
2010: BKH Masterscholarship
2010: Norwegian Government Artist Grant, Miscellaneous grant

Memberships:
NBK – The National Organization for Visual Artists in Norway (Link)
UKS – The Young Artists Society (Link)
TF – The Drawing Art Association of Norway (Link)
BONO – Norwegian Visual Atists Copyright Society (Link)