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(b. 1994, Denmark)
Anna Stahn graduated with an MFA from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen and Parsons Fine Art, The New School, New York. Stahn works with formats on paper, in text or sculpturally in metals, ceramics, and textiles. Throughout her practice, she is concerned with women's lives, exchanges, and modernity. Her works examine the aspects of human existence that are controlled by desires, economies, and the power of the imaginary in a way that points to the strong human attachment to the material world.
Stahn’s upcoming exhibitions include a group show at Skovgaard Museum, Viborg (2024). Stahn has recently exhibited with solo shows at Alice Folker Gallery, Copenhagen (2023); Politikens Forhal, Copenhagen (2023) and Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand, Copenhagen (2022). Recent group exhibitions include shows at Gl. Holtegaard Museum, Holte (2022 & 2021); BORCH Editions, Copenhagen (2021) and dépendance Bruxelles x Alice Folker (2020).
In addition to her visual art practice, Stahn works as a writer of texts for books, magazines, and exhibitions, and she is founder and editor of the publishing house Longetti. She was awarded by Statens Kunstfond for her first solo exhibition Stars in the hair at Alice Folker Gallery (2021). Her works can be found in the collection of the New Carlsberg Foundation.
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