Hanneline Røgeberg’s paintings think of themselves as dirty abstraction. They examine paradoxes of fluency with loss of control, and representation with material object presence. Wet canvases sometimes imprint their imagery on top of other canvases, depositing paint that both form and deform a blueprint for future iteration.
Solo exhibitions include Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter, Dortmund Bodega and Galleri Riis in Norway, and Blackston and Thomas Erben galleries in New York. Recent groups shows include Museion Bolzano Italy, SVA’s Flatiron Gallery, Bortolami Gallery, Balice-Hertling Gallery, CCA Kunsthalle Andratx Spain, MIT List Center, Whitney Museum, Aldrich Museum, American Academy of Arts and Letters, Katonah Museum NY, Richmond Museum VA, Frye Art Museum and Vestfossen Kunstlab Norway.
She has received grants from the NEA, a Guggenheim fellowship, an Academy of American Arts & Letters Purchase Award, Anonymous Was A Woman, OCA and the Ingram-Merrill Foundation, among others.
She is a full professor of art at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, and previously taught at the University of Washington, Cooper Union and Yale University. She was a visiting artist at Skowhegan in 2009.
Hanneline Røgeberg lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and Oslo, Norway.