“Each age has its landscape paintings. The paintings of Nanna Lahn are landscapes of the generation x. Filled with logos of commercial products, signs and trademarks. 

The paintings evoke questions about the growing conglomerate colonisation of nature, the ownership of public room in general and of images in particular.”



Curriculum Vitae:



Name: Nanna Lahn

Born: 12-09-71 Randers, Denmark

Education: The Royal Academy of Fine Arts, The Hague, The Netherlands

Graduated July 2000

Amsterdam School of the Arts, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Bachelor of Fine Art in Education, Graduated June 2010

Live and work in Amsterdam



Selected exhibitions:



2015     LokaalWV15, Amsterdam

2015     Feature in Locals, SSBA salon, Amsterdam

2013     LokaalWV15, Amsterdam

2012    Cheap Art Fair, Loods6, Amsterdam

2012    “Through Tomorrow’s Eyes, Volcano Theatre, Swansea

2012    “How the Sabertooth got its Stripes” LokaalWV15, Amsterdam

2009    “Between Visions and Reality” AYACS Gallery, Amsterdam

2007    “Plug In” P///AKT, Amsterdam

2007    “5 persons Osmosis Box”, W139/Basement, Amsterdam

2006     “What you need to make it”, Chiellerie, Amsterdam

2006     “Kunstnernes forårsudstilling”, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen

2004     “Kunstnernes efterårsudstilling”, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen

2004     “2020 Visions”, King’s Street Gallery, Amsterdam

2004    Artwindow, Heemstede

2004   “Kracht Stroom”, Stroom studios, Schreveningen  

2004     “Debut 2004", Kulturspinderiet, Silkeborg,  

2003     “Kunstnernes sommerudstilling”, Janus Bygningen,Tistrup,

2003     “Kunstnernes Påskeudstilling”, Kunstnernes Hus, Århus

2002     “Debut 2002", Kulturspinderiet, Silkeborg,  

2001    ”Kunstnernes Efterårsudstilling”, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen

2001     “Kunstnernes Sommerudstilling”, Janus bygningen, Tistrup,

2000   LAK Galerie, Leiden

2000    “Debut”, Pulchri Studio, The Hague



Grants:



2004 The Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture

2000 Nominated for the Buning Brongers Prijs

1999 Eramus/Socrates grant for exchange study in Bilbao, Spain