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Hanneline Røgeberg is a painter whose work often uses material processes to override the representational and knowable. She holds a BFA from San Francisco Art Institute and an MFA from Yale School of Art. Her work has been featured nationally and internationally at institutions such as Henie-Onstad Kunst Senter, Norway, Museion Bolzano, Italy, CCA Kunsthalle Andratx, Spain, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the MIT List Center, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the Aldrich Museum, Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati and Vancouver Art Gallery. Awards include a Guggenheim Fellowship, an American Academy of Arts and Letters Purchase Award, an Anonymous Was A Woman grant, Westaf/NEA grant and grants from OCA and the Norwegian Cultural Council. She is a professor at Rutgers University’s Mason Gross School of the Art, and previously taught at Washington University, Cooper Union and Yale School of Art. She lives and works in Oslo, Norway and Brooklyn, NY.

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