Textile artist Hanne G has pushed forward in every direction, from installation to wall applications. Her approach incorporates humoristic and sensual sensibilities. Reinventing the traditions of craft, especially crochet and embroidery, her works have explored the intersection between science and myth. Hanne G is known for a bespoke technique in which she effectively ‘freezes’ fabric and achieves ceramic-like qualities. Hanne G address tactility and the nature of perception.
Hanne G (born 1963) has a Masters of Arts in Architecture from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, and she has been working as an artist for the last 10 years. She has participated in several international exhibitions. Lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Member of BKF (Danish Visuel Artists)
Member of KONTEMPO
TL Magazine no. 28, MINDCRAFT 17 : HANNE G
"Hanne G has established herself as textile craftsperson who has pushed forward in every direction, from installation to wall applications. Her approach incorporates humouristic and sensual sensibilities. Reinventing the traditions of crochet and embroidery, her works have explored the intersection between science and myth. However, Hanne G’s most recent pieces have focused on nature."
Sleek Magazine no. 37, Spring 2013, the article “Craft: The revival”:
“The Danish artist and activist who goes by the name of Hanne G is best known for her provocative, boldly politicised pieces made out of crochet and knit. She picks up stereotypically male, aggressive symbols which she reproduces in the softest of wools. Her “Crochet for Peace” series of 2007 consisted of fuzzy gas masks and rifles – suggesting spending the country’s defence budget on wool rather than guns. As for her “Lady Weapons”, they consist of archetypical domestic items associated with femininity, ranging from broomsticks to rolling pins and g-strings. Suddenly, these potentially violent objects seem more aggressive than their male counterparts. Mission accomplished.”
Studio: Kastelsvej 6
Baghuset tv. 1 sal th.
DK-2100 København Ø
Curriculum Vitae Hanne G
2018 Cph Flip Book Nest, Malmø Kunsthal, Sweden
2018 Cph Flip Book Nest, Pavillon 11, Copenhagen
2017 One stone, two clouds, three bombs. Sæby Church, Denmark
2017 Chart Art Fair, Charlottenborg Kunsthal, Copenhagen
2017 Mindcraft17, Chiostro Minore di San Simpliciano, Milan. Salone del Mobile 2017.
2017 ”The Tactile” – Rethinking Matter, group exhibition, Godsbanen, Århus
2016 ”IsThisTextile?” KONTEMPO - group exhibition, Copenhagen
2016 Artist in residence, The Icelandic Textile Center, Iceland
2016 Springexhibition 2016 Charlottenborg, Cph.
2015 Imago Mundi, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice, Italy
2015 "Textile Art", Exhibition and Auction, PIASA, Paris, France
2015 Springexhibition 2015 Charlottenborg, Cph.
2014 "A Moveable Reef", at Raah, Cph
2013 "Kom bare an", Solo Exhibition at Hvidovre Hovedbibliotek, Denmark
2013 "Höstsalongen", Edsvik Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
2013 Board member KE, The Artists’ Autumn Exhibition
2012 KE, The Artists’ Autumn Exhibition, Den Frie, Copenhagen
2012 The Artists Summer Exhibition, Janusbygningen, Jutland
2012 Grønbechs Gård, Hasle, Bornholm
2012 Laboratorium 12, Group Exibition, Officinet, Copenhagen
2011 “Mailles – Art en Laine”. Curated Group Exhibition, Maison du Danemark. Paris
2011 “Bang Bang”, CCA Andratx, Mallorca. Internat. Curated group exhibition
2010 Member of BKF, Danish Visual Artists Association
2010 “Laboratorium”, Silkeborg Museum
2008 “You Are Still in the Running", Solo exhibition at Helene Nyborg Contemporary,
2008 ”All Stars on Holiday”, HNC.
2008 . "Fra Uld til Kaliber", Lyngby Stadsbibliotek
2007 “Wannabes”, Gallery Seomi & Tuus, Seoul, Korea.
2007 “Lady Weapons”, Solo Exhibition, Gallery HNC
2007 The Artists’ Autumn Exhibition, debut, sculpture installation and paintings
2007 VOLTA SHOW, Basel, Helene Nyborg Contemporary (HNC)
2007 Charlottenborg, Spring Exhibition, debut, sculpture installation
2006 "Passion Days", Lauritz.com, Øksnehallen
2006 DSB Kunstforening, Sølvtorvet, Copenhagen
1991 Masters of Arts in Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Department of Graphic Design
1963 Born in Copenhagen, Denmark