BIO

Hanneline Røgeberg is a painter who works with the paradoxes of representation and language. She has shown in solo shows at the Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Henie-Onstad Kunst Center, Dortmund Bodega, Oslo, and at Blackston Gallery and Thomas Erben Gallery in New York, as well as groups shows at the MIT List Center, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a four person show at the Richmond Museum, VA. Among other awards, she has received grants from the NEA, a Guggenheim fellowship, an Anonymous Was A Woman grant and an OCA grant for a publication. She is a tenured professor of art at Rutgers University and has previously taught at the University of Washington, Cooper Union, and Yale University and was a visiting artist at Skowhegan in 2009.

Hanneline Røgeberg lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and Oslo, Norway.