JENS HAANING

Biografia

Jens Haaning
Born 1965 in Hoersholm, Denmark. Lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Solo exhibitions
2011
Jens Haaning, Triple V, Paris, France.
Thai Body Massage and Other Work, Galleria Franco Soffiantino, Turin, Italy.
Jens Haaning - Kabul Time And Other Works - D + T project, Brussels
Jens Haaning - New works - Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen

2010
Thai Body Massage and Other Works, curated by Bruno Kjær, Kunsthal Nord, Aalborg Denmark.
ALD Carmarket København, curated by Kirse Junge-Stevnsborg and Jørgen Carlo Larsen, Den Frie
Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen Denmark.
Albanian Pigeons and Other Works, Skulpturi, Copenhagen Denmark.
33 Page 9-girls – An ethnographic document about the Danes and their relationship to the female body, Goodwater Gallery, Toronto Canada.
14 djevojaka sa stranice 9 – Etnografski document o Dancima I njihovom odnosu prema ženskom tijelu, Forhallen Politikens Hus, Copenhagen Denmark.

2008
The Streets, Whitechapel Gallery, London England.
United States of America and Other Works, curated by Hou Hanru, Walter and McBean Galleries, San
Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco USA. (catalogue).
Kosova, curated by Albert Heta, Stacion - Center for Contemporary Art, Prishtina Kosova.
Arabic Joke, curated by Yane Calovski, Press to Exit - Project Space, Skopje Macedonia.
Jens Haaning - Canada, Goodwater Gallery, Toronto Canada.

2007
Jens Haaning - An Average Austrian Year Income, curated by Barbara Holub, Vienna Secession, Vienna Austria. (catalogue)
Jens Haaning, curated by Nathalie Ergino and François Curlet, IAC Institut d'art Contemporain, Villeurbanne France.

2005
Danmark, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Knud, Erik, Brian, Nina,…., curated by Olaf Metzel, Rote Zelle, München Germany.
Jens Haaning, Galleri Antonio Molina, Copenhagen Denmark.

2004
Goodwater, Toronto - Simon’s Restaurant, Niagara Falls (Light Bulb Exchange), Goodwater Gallery, Toronto Canada.
Deutschland, curated by Bettina von Dziembowski, Kunstverein und Stiftung Springerhornhof, Neuenkirchen Germany.

2003
Antonio, Aurangzeap,…, curated by Montse Badia, Espai 13, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona Spain. (catalogue)
Jens Haaning, Goodwater Gallery, Toronto Canada.
Turning inside out and outside in, David Pestorius Projects, Brisbane Australia.
Changing cultural power relations, Johann König, Berlin Germany.
Untitled (L68 - Maudslay Hospital), curated by David Pestorius, L68, London England.
2002
Arabic Joke, curated by Solvej Dufour Andersen and Peter Stoffel, Planet 22, Geneva Switzerland.
Copenhagen - Bangkok (Light Bulb Exchange), Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.

2000
Denniz, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Spring 2000, Gallery Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin Germany.

1998
Das Faserstoff Projekt, Demo 1998/2, curated by Anders Kold, Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus Denmark.
Super Discount, curated by Michel Ritter, Fri-Art, Fribourg Switzerland.
Das Faserstoff Projekt, curated by Sebastià Petit, la Fundació la Caixa, Lleida Spain.

1997
Travel Agency, Gallery Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin Germany.

1996
Middelburg Summer 1996, curated by Lex ter Braak, de Vleeshal, Middelburg The Netherlands.

1995
Jens Haaning, curated by Frederikke Hansen, Nis Rømer and others, LXX, Aarhus Denmark.
Turkish Jokes, curated by Malin Stråhle and Johan Berg, Affiks, Lund Sweden.

1994
Her bor jeg, Forum Galleriet, Malmö Sweden.
Watch Out, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
Fælde, Lageret, Kunstforeningen Gl. Strand, Copenhagen Denmark.

1992
Jens Haaning, artist initiated exhibition, Tapko, Copenhagen Denmark.

Group exhibitions
2011
MoMA PS1, New York City, NY
Living Today - The Mackintosh Museum - The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow (Scotland)
Jens Haaning and Christian Schmidt-Rasmussen, New Works, Galeri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Project Europa: Imagining the (Im)Possible - Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery - Columbia University, New York City, NY
Odd Size - Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen

2010
Between Cultures, Biennial for Contemporary Art - Socle du Monde 2010, curated by Holger Reenberg, HEART, Herning Denmark.
Scotia Bank Nuit Blanche, curated by Barbara Fischer, Hart House, University of Toronto, Toronto Canada.
Hostipitality. Receiving Strangers, curated by Kamil Kuskowski and Jaroslaw Lubiak, Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz Poland.
Correct Me if I’m Critical, curated by Adnan Yildiz, public art project in Berlin Germany.
Snapshots of Tourism, curated by Maaretta Jaukkuri and Marita Muukkonen, Gallery Augusta, Helsinki Finland.
The Living Currency, curated by Pierre Bal-Blanc, Berlin Biennial, Berlin Germany.
The Living Currency, curated by Ana Janevski and Pierre Bal-Blanc, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw Poland.
Manufacturing Today, curated by Cristina Ricupero, Kulturbunker Dora, Trondheim Norway.
Power Games, curated by Katalin Simon, Ludwig Museum, Budapest Hungaria.
Let’s Talk About Nationalism - Between Ideology and Identity, curated by Rael Artel, Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn Estonia.
Gallery, Galerie, Galleria, curated by Adam Carr, Norma Mangione Gallery, Turin Italy.
Project Europa: Imagining the (Im)Possible, curated by Kerry Oliver-Smith, Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
Old News #5, curated by Jacob Fabricius, Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen Denmark.

2009
The Social Critique: 1993-2005, curated by Martin Schibli, Kalmar Art Museum, Kalmar Sweden.
While we are waiting (for the new space), Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Mash Up, Curated by Julia Rodrigues, Artspace, Auckland New Zealand.
Somewhere over the rainbow, curated by Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen, organized by the magazine
Mana, Galleri Garaget, Malmö Sweden.
Old News #5, curated by Jacob Fabricius, Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos Nigeria.
Old News #5, curated by Jacob Fabricius, Malmö Kunsthal, Malmö Sweden.
Instant Herlev, curated by Anja Franke, Instant Herlev Institute, Herlev Denmark.
Column, a project taking place in the newspaper Poughkeepsie Journal, curated by Marion Ritter, New York USA.
2nd Biennale of Contemporary Art Thessaloniki, curated by Olabisi Silva, Gabriela Salgado and Syrago Tsiara, Thessaloniki Greece.
Take the Money and Run, curated by Danila Cahen, Nell Donkers and Edna van Duyn i.c.w. Ann Demeester, De Appel, Amsterdam The Netherlands.
Undtagelsestilstand / State of Emergency, curated by Kristina Ask, Overgaden, Copenhagen Denmark.
Convention, curated by Ruba Katrib, MOCA North Miami, Miami USA.

2008
Library, curated by Adam Carr, UOVO Open Office Berlin, Berlin Germany.
U-Turn, Quadrennial for Contemporary Art, curated by Solvej Helweg Ovesen, Charlotte Bagger
Brandt and Judith Schwarzbart, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
Curiosität, curated by François Curlet, Galerie Micheline Szwajcer, Antwerp Belgium.
The Real Thing – New Acquisitions, curated by Greta Burman and Marika Reuterswärd, Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö Sweden.
Danskjävlar - en svensk kærlighedserklæring, curated by Bo Nilsson and Maria Gadegaard, Kunsthal
Charlottenborg, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
Good News, curated by Gianni Jetzer, Swiss Institute New York, New York USA.
The Living Currency, curated by Pierre Bal-Blanc, Tate Modern, London England.
Car Culture, curated by Marilu Knode, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Phoenix AZ USA. (catalogue)
Anniversary Exhibition, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.

2007
Jens Haaning and Gianni Motti, curated by Vincent Pecoil and Oliver Vadrot, Triple V, Dijon France.
In the Poem About Love You Don’t Write the Word Love, curated by Tanya Leighton, Overgaden, Copenhagen Denmark.
Land Grab, curated by Sarah Lookofsky and Lillian Fellman, Apexart, New York USA.
Tomorrow, curated by Sunjung Kim, Artsonje Center, Seoul South Korea. (catalogue)
The Living Currency, curated by Pierre Bal-Blanc, STUK Art Center, Leuven Belgium.
On fait le mur..., curated by Jean-Marc Avrilla, Espace de L'Art Concret, Mouans-Sartoux France.
Dubrovnik, curated by Amel Ibrahimovic and Slaven Tolj, Art Workshop Lazareti, Dubrovnik Croatia.
No, Future, curated by David G. Torres, Bloomberg Space, London England.
World Factory, curated by Hou Hanru, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco USA.
Silly Adults, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Emergency Room, curated by Thierry Geoffrey/Colonel, PS1, New York USA.
Shake Your Money Maker, curated by Bettina Allamoda, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin Germany.

2006
Somewhere in Time, curated by Sunjung Kim, Artsonje Center, Seoul South Korea. (catalogue)
Who Cares, curated by Peter Eleey, Public art project by Creative Time, New York USA. (catalogue) Turrbal-Jagera, curated by David Pestorius, The University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia. (catalogue)
Dreamlands Burn, curated by Edit Molnár and Lívia Páldi Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle, Budapest Hungaria. (catalogue)
The Last Chapter - Trace Route, curated by Cristina Ricupero, 6th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju South Korea. (catalogue)
This is America, curated by Meta Knol, Centraal Museum, Utrecht The Netherlands. (catalogue)
Strategies of Learning, curated by Florence Dérieux, Periferic 7 Biennale, Iaşi Rumania. (catalogue)
The Show Will Be Open When The Show Will Be Closed, curated by Adam Carr, Store Gallery and various locations, London England.
Langues Emmêlées, curated by Zoë Gray and Julia Höner (touring exhibition)(catalogue)
- Espace Culturel François Mitterrand, Périgueux France.
- Nunnery Gallery, London England.
La Monnaie Vivante, curated by Pierre Bal-Blanc, CAC Brétigny, Paris France.
Europart, curated by Ursula Maria Probst and Walter Seidl, billboard project, Wienna Austria. (catalogue)
Regarding Denmark, curated by Katerina Gregos, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Center, Athens Greece. (catalogue)

2005
The Need To Document, curated by Bettina Steinbrügge, Vít Havránek and Christine
Schaschl-Cooper, Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel Switzerland. (catalogue)
Use this kind of Sky, curated by Paul Eachus and Nooshin Farhid, Keith Talent Gallery, London England.
Others, curated by Frank Falch, Sørlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand Norway. (Catalogue)
Shrinking Cities, curated by Barbara Steiner and Philipp Oswalt, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst,
Leipzig Germany. (catalogue)
Route: Via Another Route, curated by Adam Carr, the Trans-Siberian Train, Moscow Russia to Beijing China.
Tirana Biennale 3, Episode 5, Go Inside, curated by Hou Hanru, The National Gallery of Arts, Tirana Albania. (catalogue)
Istanbul, The 9th Istanbul Biennial, curated by Charles Esche and Vasif Kortun, Istanbul Turkey. (catalogue)
Not a drop but the Fall, curated by Michael Elmgren og Ingar Dragsted, Künstlerhaus Bremen, Bremen Germany. (catalogue)
Critical Socities, curated by Angelika Stepken, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe Germany. (catalogue)
Emergency Biennale - Chechnya, curated by Evelyne Jouanno and Jota Castro (touring exhibition)
- Palais de Tokyo, Paris France.
- Matrix Art Project, Brussels Belgium.
- EURAC, European Academy of Bolzano, Bolzano Italy.
- Isola Art Center, Milano Italy.
- Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn Estonia. (2006)
- Cente A, Vancouver Canada. (2006)
- San Pedro Museo de Arte in Puebla, Mexico (2007)
- 10th Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul Turkey (2007)
- World Social Forum & CCA Playspace gallery, San Francisco USA (2008)
About Beauty, curated by Wu Hung and Shaheen Merali, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin Germany. (catalogue)
Populism, curated by Cristina Ricupero, Nicolaus Schafhausen and Lars Bang Larsen, (catalogue)
(touring exhibition):
- Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius Lithuania.
- National Museum of Art Architecture and Design, Oslo Norway.
- Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam The Netherlands.
- Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt Germany.
Baby Shower, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Focus Istanbul, curated by Christoph Tannert, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin Germany.

2004
The Need To Document, curated by Bettina Steinbrügge, Vít Havránek and Christine
Schaschl-Cooper, Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel Switzerland. (catalogue)
Use this kind of Sky, curated by Paul Eachus and Nooshin Farhid, Keith Talent Gallery, London
England.
Others, curated by Frank Falch, Sørlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand Norway. (catalogue)
Shrinking Cities, curated by Barbara Steiner and Philipp Oswalt, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig Germany. (catalogue)
Route: Via Another Route, curated by Adam Carr, the Trans-Siberian Train, Moscow Russia to Beijing China.
Tirana Biennale 3, Episode 5, Go Inside, curated by Hou Hanru, The National Gallery of Arts, Tirana Albania. (catalogue)
Istanbul, The 9th Istanbul Biennial, curated by Charles Esche and Vasif Kortun, Istanbul Turkey. (catalogue)
Not a drop but the Fall, curated by Michael Elmgren og Ingar Dragsted, Künstlerhaus Bremen, Bremen Germany. (catalogue)
Critical Socities, curated by Angelika Stepken, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe Germany. (catalogue)
Emergency Biennale - Chechnya, curated by Evelyne Jouanno and Jota Castro (touring exhibition)
- Palais de Tokyo, Paris France.
- Matrix Art Project, Brussels Belgium.
- EURAC, European Academy of Bolzano, Bolzano Italy.
- Isola Art Center, Milano Italy.
- Tallinn Art Hall, Tallinn Estonia. (2006)
- Cente A, Vancouver Canada. (2006)
- San Pedro Museo de Arte in Puebla, Mexico (2007)
- 10th Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul Turkey (2007)
- World Social Forum & CCA Playspace gallery, San Francisco USA (2008)
About Beauty, curated by Wu Hung and Shaheen Merali, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin Germany. (catalogue)
Populism, curated by Cristina Ricupero, Nicolaus Schafhausen and Lars Bang Larsen, (catalogue)
(touring exhibition):
- Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius Lithuania.
- National Museum of Art Architecture and Design, Oslo Norway.
- Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam The Netherlands.
- Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt Germany.
Baby Shower, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Focus Istanbul, curated by Christoph Tannert, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin Germany.

2003
Publicness, curated by Cristina Ricupero, ICA, London England.
Super Utrecht, curated by Maria Hlavajova and Lisette Smits, Public art project by Bak and Casco, Utrecht The Netherlands.
Ten years anniversary exhibition, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Fra objektiv til object, curated by Finn Reinbothe, Per Bak Jensen og Karen Juul, Den Frie
Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen Denmark.
Ansigtets Geometri, curated by Mette Mortensen, Gertrud With og Christian Rud Andersen, Det
Nationale Fotomuseum, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)

2002
Touch: Relational Art from from the 1990s to Now, curated by Nicolas Borriaud,
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco USA. (catalogue)
Urban Tension, curated by Chris Dercon, Rita Kersting, Hans-Ulrich Obrist and Max Hollein, Public art project by Museum in Progress Wien, Shirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt and others (touring):
- Shirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt Germany.
- Park and Ride U4, Wien Austria.
Documenta 11, curated by Okwui Enwesor in collaboration with Carlos Basualdo, Ute Meta Bauer,
Susanne Ghez, Sarat Maharaj, Mark Nash and Octavio Zaya, Kassel Germany. (catalogue)
Power, curated by Doreet Le Vitte Harten and Enrico Lunghi, Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art
Contemporain, Luxembourg. (catalogue)
Arquitecturas para el acontecimiento, curated by Martí Peran, EACC, Castelló Spain. (catalogue)
I promise it’s political, curated by Marjorie Jongbloed and Dorothea Von Hantelmann, Museum Ludvig, Köln Germany. (catalogue)
Pause, Gwangju Biennale, curated by Hou Hanru and Charles Esche, Gwangju South Korea. (catalogue)
Parallel Structures, curated by David Pestorius, Gertrud contemporary art space, Melbourne Australia.
Protest ! Respect ! - Politics as aesthetic category, curated by Gianni Jetzer, Kunsthalle St. Gallen, St.Gallen Switzerland.
Fundamentalism of the New Order, curated by Lars Bang Larsen, Cristina Ricupero and Charlotte Brandt, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
Sculptura 02, curated by Deborah Thompson, Public art project, Falkenberg Sweden. (catalogue)
Fokus på Fremmede, curated by Elisabeth Zederstrøm, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
Denmark.

2001
The Garden of Eden, curated by Okwui Enwesor, The National Museum og Ethnology, Leiden the Netherlands.
Parallel Structures, curated by David Pestorius, SouthBank Corporation, Brisbane Australia.
Milano Europa 2000, curated by Gavin Jantjes, Bovisa Art Centre, Milan Italy. (catalogue) Ideologia – the Nordic art biennial, curated by Jonas Stampe, Goeteborg Sweden. (catalogue)
Du er helt ny - du er retro, curated by Jasper Sebastian Stürup og Eske Knudstrup, Trapholt Kunstmuseum, Denmark. (catalogue)
The better you look the more you see, Gallery Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin Germany.
Group show, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Efteraarsudstillingen, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
My home is your home - your home is my home, curated by Hou Hanru and Jérôme Sans, Tokyo
opera city art gallery, Tokyo Japan. (catalogue)

2000
Pyramids of Mars, curated by Lars Bang Larsen, Charles Esche, Toby Webster and Will Bradley (touring exhibition):
- Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh Scotland.
- Curve Gallery, Barbican Art Centre, London England.
- Trapholt Art Museum, Kolding Denmark. (2001)
Personal Brandscape, curated by Gianni Jetzer, Migros Museum, Zürich Switzerland.
Taxa, curated by Jesper N Jørgensen, Navin Rawanchaikul and Michael Thouber, Public art project in
Copenhagen by Navin Gallery Bangkok and One Percent Copenhagen, Denmark.
I Believe in Dürer, curated by Michaela Unterdörfer, Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Nürnberg Germany. (catalogue)
Ambassaden, curated by Koerners Kontor, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
On the Spot, curated by Beate Engel, Katrien Reist and Bernhard Bischoff, Public art project in Bern Switzerland.
Wonderful Copenhagen, curated by Wolfgang Zeigerer, Stadtgalerie Kiel, Kiel Germany.
Organising Freedom, curated by David Elliott, Moderna Museet, Stockholm Sweden. (catalogue)
Plan B, curated by Montse Badia, Simonka de Jong, Jane Bhoyroo, Boris Kremer, Florence Dérieux and Sophie O’Brien, De Appel, Amsterdam The Netherlands. (catalogue) Biennale des Arts, curated by David Elliott, Dakar Senegal. (catalogue)
Amateurs, curated by Adam Szymczyk, Charles Esche and Mark Kremer, Goeteborg Art Museum, Goeteborg Sweden. (catalogue)
Transfert, curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler, Public art project in Bienne Switzerland. (catalogue)
I love Dijon, curated by Xavier Douroux and Vincent Pécoil, Le Consortium, Dijon France. (catalogue)
Fuori Uso 2000, curated by Angela Rosenberg and Andreas Schlaegel, Pescara Italy. (catalogue)
My home is your home - your home is my home, curated by Hou Hanru and Jérôme Sans, Rodin
Gallery, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul South Korea. (catalogue)
The invisible touch, curated by Maia Damianovic, Kunstraum Innsbruck, Innsbruck Austria.

1999
Lè grând première opening show, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Module 2, curated by Anne Vest Hansen, Jette Gejl Kristensen, Iben M Rasmussen and Aino
Skjellerup, LXX, Public art project in Aarhus Denmark. (catalogue)
Welcome to the Art World, curated by Angelika Stepken, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe Germany. (catalogue)
Street Life, curated by Jérôme Sans, Project Row Houses, Houston Texas USA. (catalogue)
Can you hear me ? - 2nd Ars Baltica, curated by Kathrin Becker, Statgalerie Kiel, Kiel Germany. (catalogue)
Exhibition without Exhibition, Project by Tilo Schulz, Germany. (catalogue)
Inside Out, curated by Henriette Bretton-Meyer, Overgaden, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
New Nasubi Gallery - Cities on the move. curated by Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Louisiana, Humlebaek Denmark. (catalogue)
New Life, curated by Min Nishihara, Shin Kurosawa and Hiromi Ohashi, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo Japan.
Midnight walkers & city sleepers, curated by Hedwig Feijen, Maria Hiavajova and Theo Tegelaers,
Public art project by W 139, Amsterdam The Netherlands.
Pop op, curated by Folke Kjems and Anette Stabell, Holstebro Kunstmuseum / Kastrupgårdsamlingen,
Holstebro Denmark. (catalogue)

1998
Bicycle Thieves, curated by Jacob Fabricius, Michelle Grabner, Brad Killam and Lars Bang
Larsen,Thomas Blackman Associated Gallery, Chicago USA.
Ontom, curated by Jan Winkelmann, Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst, Leipzig Germany. (catalogue)
Momentum 1998, curated by Daniel Birnbaum, Lars Bang Larsen and Atle Gerhardsen, Moss Norway. (catalogue)
Personne sait plus, curated by Olaf Metzel, Villa Arson, Nice France. (catalogue)
Secession - Das Jahrhundert der Künstlerischen Freiheit, curated by Robert Fleck, Wiener Secession,
Wien Austria. (catalogue)
Hvis det var mig der kom til et fremmed sted, curated by Jacob Fabricius and Nicolai Wallner, Public art project in Aarhus Denmark.
It all started in..., curated by Jacob Fabricius, Mishkan le'omanut Museum of Art, Israel. Something is
Rotten in the State of Denmark, curated by René Block and Lars Bang Larsen, Museum Fridericianum,
Kassel Germany. (catalogue)

1997
Des Histoires en Formes, curated by Lili Laxenaire, Mari Linnman, Ingrid martraix and Gabi Scardi, Le
Magasin, Grenoble France. (catalogue)
Human Conditions, curated by Maria Hirvi, Helsinki Taidehallin, Helsinki Finland. (catalogue)
X-squared, curated by Andreas Spiegel, Wiener Secession, Wien Austria. (catalogue)
Louisiana Udstillingen 1997, curated by Lars Grambye, Åsa Nacking and Tone O Nielsen, Louisiana,
Humlebaek Denmark. (catalogue)
Watch Out, curated by Michel Ritter, Fribourg Switzerland.
Max Pechstein Förderpreis 1997, curated by Christoph Tannert, Städtisches Museum Zwickau,
Zwickau Germany. (catalogue)

1996
City Space, curated by Anette Østerby and Mikael Andersen, Public art project in Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
Traffic, curated by Nicolas Borriaud, CAPC Museé d'art contemporain, Bordeaux France. (catalogue)
Brekt bein - Ny dansk kunst, curated by Jon-Ove Steihaug, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo Norway. (catalogue)
When the shit hits the fan, curated by Tone O. Nielsen, Overgaden, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
Denkers en Reizigers, W 139, Amsterdam The Netherlands.
9 Dimensional Theory, curated by Jonas Maria Schul, Henrik Plenge Jakobsen and Natascha Carron,
Nikolai Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)
27.680.000 Nordisk samtidskonst i massmedia, curated by Stefan Karlsson and Jörgen Svensson,
Stockholm Sweden. (catalogue)

1995
Germinations 8, curated by Frank Tiesling and Jacques Peeters (catalogue) (touring exhibition)
- De Beyerd, Breda The Netherlands.
- Zacheta, Warsaw Poland.
- The Factory, Athens Greece.
- Museum of Modern Art, Madrid Spain.
Wild at heart, curated by Serge Lupas and Christine Melchiors, Galerie Jousse Seguin, Paris France. (catalogue)
Ram, Portalen, curated by Claus Carstensen, Hundige Denmark. (catalogue)
Atomic, curated by Henrik Plenge Jakobsen (touring exhibition)
-Rum for Aktuell Konst, Götheborg Sweden.
-Oberwelt, Stuttgard Germany.
-Titanik, Turku Finland
Art against Aids, Galleri Nicolai Wallner and Galleri Michael Andersen, Copenhagen Denmark.
5 + 1 i Nordfløjen, curated by Anita Jørgensen, Charlottenborg, Copenhagen Denmark. (catalogue)

1994
Prosjekt i Gamlebyen (P.I.G.), artist initiated exhibition, Oslo Norway.
Rådskælderen Charlottenborg, artist initiated exhibition, Copenhagen Denmark.
The Seven Best, artist initiated exhibition, O-Raum, Munich Germany.

1993
Are you ready - On the count of zero, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Overdrive 1, 2 and 3, artist initiated exhibition, Copenhagen Denmark.
Opening show, Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.
Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde Denmark.
Edition Campbells Occasionally, curated by Jakob Kolding and Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark.

Selected Articles and Reviews

Kerry Oliver-Smith ed. Project Europa – Imagining the (Im)Possible, exh cat. Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida, pp. 74-79, 2010.
Fiona Candlin, Rethinking Arts’s Histories, Manchester University Press, Manchester England & New York USA, p 155, 2010.
Liina Siib and Eero Epner eds. Estonian Art, [Estonia], 1/2010 (26), front cover + p 4, 2010.
Mihaela Vazari, “Points of View on Jens Haaning’s Performance, Bicycle Holiday in Poland, 1979”, Public Preparation 2, exh cat. Kumu Art Museum Tallin Estonia, pp. 45-47, 2010.
Julia Svensson, “Grannens Dottor in på Bara Huden”, Sydsvenskan, [Sweden], May 7. pp. 4-5, 2010
Kaisa Heinänen, “Maailman läpi pääsee laput silmillä”, Helsingin Sanomat [Finland], June 29. 2010.
Maria Hirvi-Ijäs, “Snapshots of Tourism, Galleri Augusta, Sveaborg”, Hufvudstadsbladet, [Sweden], June 28. 2010.
Søren Pagter, "Nyhedsfotografiet", Nyheder i Nutid, Forlaget Ajour, Århus Denmark, 2009, pp. 139-140.
Vincent Pecoil, “Jens Haaning”, Danskjävlar – en svensk kærlighedserklæring, exh cat. Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen Denmark, pp. 39-52, 2008.
Bo Nilsson and Maria Gadegaard eds. Danskjävlar – en svensk kærlighedserklæring, exh cat. Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen Denmark, pp.14-15, 2008.
Nicolas Bourriaud, Postproduction, Lukas & Sternberg, New York USA, 2007, pp. 16 + 33.
BAVO eds. Cultural Activism Today - The Art of Over-Identification, Episode Publishers, Rotterdam The Netherlands, 2007, pp.17,47,66,85.
SAMUSO: Space for Contemporary Art, eds. Somewhere in Time, exh cat. Artsonje Center, Seoul Korea, pp.108-111, 2007.
SAMUSO: Space for Contemporary Art, eds. Tomorrow, exh cat. Kumho Museum of art and Artsonje Center, Seoul Korea, pp. 78-81, 2007.
Lars Bang Larsen ed. “Danmark”, Lettre, no 17 [Denmark], pp. 24-25, 2007.
Vincent Pecoil and Olivier Vadrot eds. exh cat. no 1, Triple V, Dijon France, pp. 6-11, 2007.
Jens Haaning, “En tale til skulpturklubben”, En lystrejse gennem skulpturens forunderlige verden, exh cat. Gl Holtegaard, Holte Denmark, pp. 19-25, 2007.
Allis Helleland, Jakob Fibiger Andreasen, Gerd Rathje and Hanne Støvring, eds. “13 år med Allis”, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen Denmark, p. 162, 2007.
Walter Seidl, exh cat “Psychic Realities”, Lundbeck Austria gmbH, Vienna Austria, pp. 41-43, 2007.
Christian Rud Andersen and Jeppe Debois Baandrup, eds. “GMA, Galerie Mikael Andersen”, p. 236, 2007.
Morten Ebbe Juul Nielsen, “Dansk Provinsialisme”, Weekendavisen, [Denmark], 27 Apr 2007. p. 6.
Jörg Heiser, “Kunst gegen markt – Die logik der ungreifbaren gratifikation”, Plötzlich Diese Übersicht, Claassen Verlag in Ullstein Buchverlage GmbH, Berlin Germany, 2007, pp. 324,327-328
David Elliott, “Organizing Freedom”, Roulotte no 1: 2007, [Spain].
Lívia Páldi, “Dreamlands Burn” exh cat. pp. 76-79, 2007.
David Pestorius, Turrbal-Jagera, exh cat. The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Apr 2007.
Ole Nørlyng, “Billedbegær” Weekendavisen, [Denmark], 19 Jan 2007, p. 6.
Jane Løvschall Dolmer, “Den relationelle æstetik”, Exit 06, Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademi, Copenhagen Denmark, 2006, pp. 36-37.
Dellbrügge & de Moll, eds. “Artist Migration Berlin”, Kehrer Verlag Heidelberg, Germany, 2006, pp.44-47.
Rune Gade and Camilla Jalving, “Fremmede er iblandt os” and “Den relationelle æstetik gør sit indtog”, Nybrud, Aschehoug, Copenhagen Denmark, 2006, pp. 136-142.
Ane Bülow and Torben Zenth eds. “Ny dansk kunst”, Kopenhagen Yearbook 05/06, Kopenhagen Publishing and Shooting Gallery Press, Denmark p.67.
Peter Schepelern ed. “Statens Kunstfond 1964-2004”, Statens Kunstfond, Copenhagen Denmark, 2006, p. 243.

Anonymous, "Art and Pool," The Courier Mail, Brisbane, [Australia], 9 Dec 2006.
Miriam Katz, “Kunst redder ikke verden” (interview), Bkf, no 1: Mar 2006, Denmark,
p. 19, 2006.
Nicolas Trembley, “Carte d’identité”, Numéro, Nov 2006 [France], p. 33, 2006.
Katerina Gregos, ed. “Regarding Denmark” exh cat. Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Center, Athens Greece, pp. 20-21, 46-47, 2006.Meta Knol and Pauline Terreehorst, eds. “This is America” exh cat. Centraal Museum, Utrecht and J.M Meulenhoff, Amsterdam The Netherlands, 2006, p. 114.
Inka Gressel, ed. “Kritische Gesellschaften”, exh cat. Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe and Verlag für Moderne Kunst, Nürnberg Germany, 2006, p. 193.
Cecilie Nørgaard and Bonnie Vittrup, eds. “Skolens bog om køn og ligestilling”, Informations Forlag, Copenhagen Denmark, 2006 p. 72.
Michael Jeppesen, ed. “Overblik, 63 danske samtidskunstnere”, Politikens Forlag, Copenhagen Denmark, 2006, pp. 88-91.
Zoë Gray and Julia Höner, eds. “Langues Emmêlées”, exh cat. ADDC, Espace Culturel François Mitterand, Périgueux France, 2006
Han kyung ah, ed. “Fever Variations I”, exh cat. the Gwangju Biennale 2006, Design House Co. Ltd, Seoul Korea, 2006, pp. 246-249.
Han kyung ah, ed. “Fever Variations II”, exh cat. the Gwangju Biennale 2006, Design House Co. Ltd, Seoul Korea, 2006, pp. 136-139.
François Aubart, ed.”La Monnaie Vivante”, exh cat. CAC, Brétigny France, 2006, pp. 8-9
Florence Dérieux, ed. “Strategies of Learning”, Periferic 7, International Biennial for Contemporary Art, Iasi, Romania, exh cat. JRP/Ringier, Zürich Switzerland, Editura Polirom, Iasi, Romania, 2006, pp. 41-45
Lisbeth Bonde and Mette Sandbye, eds. “Jens Haaning: 12 fotos af Førstegenerations-indvandrere“, Manual til Dansk Samtidskunst, Gyldendal, Denmark, 2006, pp.282-286.
Elmgreen & Dragset eds. “The Welfare Show”, exh cat. Bergen Kunsthall, Bergen Norway, BAWAG Foundation, Wien, The Power Plant, Toronto Canada, and Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Cologne Germany, 2006 pp. 70-71.
Gerard Drosterij, Toine Ooms and Ken Vos eds. “Intruders” –reflections on art and the ethnological museum, exh cat. National Museum of Ethnology, Waanders Uitgevers, Zwolle The Netherlands, 2006, pp. 16-21.
Maurizio Cattelan, Massimilano Giono and Ali Subotnick ed. “Charley – Checkpoint Charley n°04”, The 4th Berlin Biennal for Contemporary Art and KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin Germany, 2005.
Vít Havránek, Sabine Schaschl-Cooper and Bettina Steinbrügge ed. “The Need to
Document”, exh cat. JRP/Ringier, Zürich Switzerland, 2005, pp 223-226.
Susanne Pfeffer ed. “Not a Drop but the Fall”, exh cat. Revolver Books, Frankfurt am Main Germany, 2005, p. 17.
Trine Ross, “Det land, jeg hader mest i hele verden, er Danmark”, Politiken, [Denmark] 8 Apr 2005, p. 13.
Carsten Höller, “Imbalances: On the Problem of Artistic Practices Critical of the State”, Shake, exh cat. Ok Centrum für Gegenwartskunst, Linz Austria and Villa Arson, Nice France, 2005, p. 64.
Eric G Bergman and Keith Krause eds. “Legal Boundaries”, Small Arms Survey, Oxford University Press, England, 2005, p. 154.
Pierre-André Taguieff, “Conditions and Criteria for Succes”, exh cat. The Populist, Nifca, 2005, p. 12.
Lars Bang Larsen, Christina Ricupero and Nicolaus Schafhausen eds. “The Populism Reader”, exh cat. Lukas & Sternberg, New York USA, 2005.
Jörg Heiser, “Good Circulation”, Frieze no 90: Apr 2005, [England] p. 81.
Shaheen Merali ed. “About Beauty”, exh cat. Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin Germany, 2005, pp. 80-81+85.
Anne Ring Petersen, “De usynlige etniske grænser. Jens Haanings billedkunstneriske projekter fra 1990’erne”, Europas Andre, Tiderne Skifter, Denmark, 2005, pp. 257-268.
Anne Ring Petersen, “De usynlige etniske grænser”, Information, [Denmark], 25 July 2005, p. 10.
Deniz Ünsal ed. “9th International Istanbul Biennial”, exh cat. IKSV, Istanbul Turkey, 2005, pp. 242-243
Pernille Albrethsen, “Others”, exh cat. Sørlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand Norway, 2005, pp. 38-41.
Christoph Tannert, “Urbane Realiteten: Fokus Istanbul”, exh cat. Künstlerhaus Bethanien GmbH, Berlin Germany, 2005, pp. 110-111.
Melanie Franklin Cohn ed. “Who Cares”, Creative Time Books, New York USA, 2005, p. 171.
Anita Brask Rasmussen and Lasse Lavrsen, “Brandfarlig kunst”, Information, [Denmark], 25 Feb 2005.
Harald Fricke, “Un Camp Pour Global Players”, L’Ed – Le Journal des activité du Centre d’art Contemporain de Brétigny
Peter Lang, Margit Miosga and Christof Tannert ed. exh cat. “Faserstoffprojekt, Vergessen Erinnern Denkmal”, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin Germany, 2004, pp. 96-9.
Gabriele Knapstein ed. “Berlin North”, exh cat. Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin Germany/ Nationalgalerie Staatliche Museum zu Berlin, Germany, 2004.
Trine Rytter Andersen, Kirsten Dufour, Tone O Nielsen and Anja Raithel ed. “Minority Report”, exh cat. Aarhus Festival of Contemporary Art 2004, Denmark, p. 39, 2004.
Howie Chen, Leta Ming, Allison Moore and Nadia Perucic ed. “Social Capital, Forms of Interaction”, exh cat. Whitney Museum Study Program Exhibition, New York, USA, 2003.
Mette Mortensen, Christian Rud Andersen and Gertrud With ed. “Geometry of the Face”, exh cat. National Museum of Photography, Copenhagen Denmark, 2003.
Vincent Pécoil, “Jens Haaning”, exh cat. On Reason and Emotion, The Biennial of Sydney Australia, pp. 102-105, 2004.
Montse Badia ed. “Angle de visió: 143°“ DVD, Espai 13, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona Spain, 2004.
Jens Haaning, “Kriterier for success”, JP Århus, [Denmark], 20 Oct 2004.
Markus Schneider, "Ein untergehender Beton-Flamingo," Berliner Zeitung, 24 Sep 2004.
Alexa Moses, "Lye Bird," The Sydney Morning Herald, Metro section, [Sydney], 9-15 July 2004, p.28.
Vanessa Joan Müller, "Position Switch in Foreign Parts," Art Kaleidoscope, Frankfurt, 1: 2004, p.64.
Lars Bang Larsen, “Vejen til Afghanistan” (interview), Politiken, [Denmark], 6 Aug 2003, p. 4.
Anne Ring Petersen, “Kronikken”, Information, [Denmark], 25 July 2003, p. 10.
Morgan Thomas, “A show about Nothing”, The Courier Mail, [Australia], 6 June 2003,
p. 15.
Kim Machan, "Artnotes Qld— Jens Haaning in Brisbane", Art Monthly Australia, No. 160: June 2003, Canberra Australia, p. 45.
Kenneth Hayes “Jens Haaning”, Canadian Art, no 3, 2003, [Canada], pp. 141-142.
“Zo staat ‘ie er nog, zo is ‘ie al foetsie”, Midden Nederland, [The Netherlands], 20 Jan
2003.
“Kunst”, Midden Nederland, [The Netherlands], 17 Jan 2003, p. 11.
Jens Haaning, “Let’s be Colleges”, The Role of the Curator / the leisure club Mogadishni 2003, Copenhagen Denmark.
David Pestorius ed. (inside cover), “In Conversation”, Australia.
Jens Haaning and Vincent Pécoil eds. “Hello, My Name is Jens Haaning”, Le Consortium Dijon France, Centre d’Art Mobile, Besancon France, Danish Art Foundation, Copenhagen, Les Presses du Réel, France, Denmark, 2003.
Jens Haaning text. Jeppe Hein and Finn Janning eds. “The Lady”, The Vital Coincidence, Walther König Books, Cologne Germany, 2003, pp. 45-47.
Lars Bang Larsen, “Middelburg, Summer 1996”, Corporate Mentality, Lukas & Sternberg Inc. New York, USA, 2003, pp.142-143.
Nick Hackworth, “The Lure of Foreign Affairs”, Evening Standard, [England], 29 Jan 2003.
S.H, “Jens Haaning, Johan König”, u_Spot, no 0: 2003, p. 20.
E.B, “Publicness, Institute of Contemporary Art”, The Art Newspaper, Jan 2003.
Christian Rattemeyer, “Documenta 11_Platform 5 Exhibition Short Guide”, exh cat. Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern Germany, 2002, pp. 104-105.
Christian Rattemeyer ed. “Documenta 11 Platform 5: Exhibition Catalogue”, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern Germany, 2002, pp. 326-29.
Heike Ander ed. “Documenta 11 Platform 5: Exhibition, Exhibition Venues”, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern Germany, 2002, pp. 212-13.
Dorothea von Hantelmann and Marjorie Jongbloed eds. “I Promise it‚s Political”, exh cat. Museum Ludwig, Cologne Germany and Theater der Welt, Germany, 2002, pp. 74-75.
Martí Peran ed. “Arquitecturas para el acontecimiento”, exh cat. EACC, de Castelló Spain, 2002, pp. 46-51.
Manu Park ed. “Project 1 Pause Realization, Gwangju Biennale 2002”, exh cat. Gwangju Biennale Press, 2002, pp. 136-37.
Nicolas Bourriaud ed. “Touch: Relational Art from the 1990s to Now”, exh cat.
San Francisco Art Institute, USA, 2002.
Charlotte Brandt, Lars Bang Larsen, and Cristina Ricupero eds. “Fundamentalisms of the New Order”, exh cat. Charlottenborgs udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen Denmark, 2002, pp. 55-58, 118, 298, 301, 305, 317, 327.
Hou Hanru and Germana Jaulin eds. “Community Art Collaboration”, exh cat. Evens Foundation, Antwerpen Belgium, 2002, pp. 92-96.
Thea Juhl-Nielsen, “Sculptura 02” – International Art in Public Spaces, exh cat. Falkenberg Sweden, 2002, pp. 54-59.
Axel Hecht ed. “Documenta 11”, Art Das Kunstmagasin no. 6: June 2002, [Germany],
p. 25.
Lars Bang Larsen, “Fremmedhed og nærvær”, Politiken, [Denmark], 16 June 2002, p. 6
Lisbeth Bonde, “Kunstens smertekatalog”, Information, [Denmark], 11 June 2002.
Mette Mortensen, “Documenta skal vise, at Vesten styrer hele verden”, Information, [Denmark], 31 May, 2002.
Kristine Kern, “Dem og os”, Politiken, [Denmark], 4 Apr 2002, p. 5.
Gianni Jetzer ed. “Protest! Respect!”, exh cat. Neue kunsthalle, St Gallen Germany, 2002.
Planet22, “Planet22, Deux annees sur orbit 22”, Planet22, Geneve Switzerland, 2002.
Éric Troncy ed. “I Love Dijon”, Extra Issue 13: Summer 02, Les Presses du Réel, France 2002.
Enrico Lunghi, “Power”, exh cat. Casino Luxembourg, Luxemburg, 2002, p. 8.
Dorthe Abildgaard, “Jens Haaning på Documenta 2002”, Nyhedsbrev 1, Center for dansk billedkunst, June 2002, [Denmark], pp. 4-5.
Gianni Jetzer ed. “Gemeinschaft”, Neue kunsthalle, St Gallen Germany, 2002, pp.62-63.
Helena Kontova ed. “Fuori USO 2000: the Bridges”, exh cat. Giancarlo Politi Editore, Milan Italy, 2001.
Heidi Robdrup, "Pinups fra asylcenteret", Politiken, [Denmark], Dec 14, 2001.
Silvia Sfligiotti, " Public Issues", Abitare A, no. 411: Nov 2001, [Italy], p. 183.
Gianni Jetzer, "Jens Haaning – The Practical Politics of Art" (interview)
Flash Art, [Italy], May/June 2001, pp. 124-125.
Pernille Albrethsen, "Jens Haaning", Kunstbeeld - Tijdschrift voor beeldende kunst, no. 5, [The Netherlands], 2001, p. 36.
Line Helena Bak, “Kunst til lavpris”, Jyllandsposten, [Denmark], 17 May 2001, p. 14.
Morten Vammen ed. Kultureliten no. 2: Autumn 2001, [Denmark].
Thomas Mcevilley, "Report from Dakar – Toward a Creative Reversal", Art in America, [USA], Jan 2001, pp. 41-45
Lasse Lau and Lise Skou eds. Cudi – Center for Urbanitet, Dialog og Information, Kunsthallen Brandts, Odense Denmark, 2001.
Jakob S Boeskov ed. Pleasure Prison 2001 – Art, Text and Comics About Technology, Forlaget Blækflax, Denmark, 2001.
Jens Haaning text. Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, Lars Bang Larsen and Superflex eds. "Jens Haaning’s Talk", Remarks on Interventive Tendencies, Denmark pp. 58-69.
Thomas Beck Sørensen ed. Ambassadører – en debatbog om samtidskunsten, Informations Forlag, Denmark, 2001, p. 122.
Hou Hanru and Jérôme Sans eds. “My Home Is Your Home – Your Home Is my Home”, exh cat. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo Japan, pp. 58-63.
Jonas Stampe ed. “Ideologia – The Nordic Art Biennial”, exh cat. Röda sten, Goeteborg Sweden, 2001.
Gavin Jantjes, “Milano – Europa 2001”, exh cat. Electa, Milano Italy, 2001,
pp. 17-22, 128-129.
Ingemar Arnesson and Anna Harding eds. Dak’Art 2000, Biennale des Arts Dakar Senegal, exh cat. Galerie Quatre Vents and Pencum Goethe, Dakar Senegal, 2000, pp. 7-8.
Hou Hanru and Jérôme Sans eds. My Home Is Your Home – Your Home Is my Home, vol 1 –Draft, exh cat. Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation, Tokyo Japan, 2000, pp. 58-63.
Hou Hanru and Jérôme Sans eds. My Home Is Your Home – Your Home Is my Home, vol 2- Action, exh cat. Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation, Tokyo Japan, 2000, pp. 19-21.
Thea Juhl-Nielsen, "Spørgsmålene, der kommer efter det politiske", Kulturo, no 12: Winter 2000, [Denmark], pp. 48.
Tobias Vogt, "Wallfahrt zum Zeitgeist", Zitty, [Germany], Nov 2000.
Jade Lingaard, "Real Politik", Les Inrockuptibles, France, no. 257, Sep 2000,
pp. 28-30.
Marc Olivier Wahler ed. “Biel Swimming Pool – Free Admission for Foreigners”, Transfert, exh cat. Transfert, Biel Switzerland, 2000, pp. 408-413.
Nicolai Frahm, “Michel Auder/Jens Haaning”, Contemporary Visual arts, no 29.
Vincent Pécoil, "Ma'lesh", Hors-d'œuvre, no. 7: Summer 2000, [France].
David Elliot, “Organising Freedom”, exh cat. Moderna Museet, Stockholm Sweden, 2000,
p. 66.
Nicolai Galerie Jousse Seguin, "Michel Auder/Jens Haaning", Contemporary Visual Arts, no. 29: 2000.
Elisabeth Lebovici, and Bruno Masi, "Cachez cet art que je ne saurais voir",
Libération, [France], 6 July 2000, p. 39.
Elisabeth Lebovici, "L'Art choque", Libération, [France], 19 May 2000, p. 41.
Erik Hagoort, “Lekker scheuren in de Z3 Roadster”, Voikskrant, [The Netherlands], 12 Apr 2000.
Sandra Heerma Van Voss, "Kunstenaars als zakkenvullers in BMW Roadster",
NRC Handelsblad, [The Netherlands], 2 May 2000.
Will Bradley, "Is de wereld veranderd of ben ik veranderd?", Metropolis M, no. 2, [The Netherlands], Apr/May 2000.
Anne Ring Petersen, "Outsidere bliver trendsættere", Berlingske Tidende, [Denmark], 14 Mar 2000.
Harald Fricke, “Jens Haaning”, Amateur/Eldsjäl vol. 1, exh cat. Goeteborg Art Museum, Sweden, 2000, pp. 128-131.
Charles Esche, Mark Kremer, Adam Szymczyk and Emma Reichert eds. Amateur/Eldsjäl vol.2, exh cat. Goeteborg Art Museum, Sweden, 2000, pp.44-45.
Florence Dériuex and Montse Badia ed. Plan B, exh cat. De Appel, Amsterdam, 2000.
Jan Winckelmann, “I Believe in Dürer”, exh cat. Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg, Germany, 2000, p. 88.
Lars Bang Larsen, "Social Aesthetics – 11 Examples to Begin With, In the Light of Parallel History" in Afterall - A Journal of Art, Context and Enquiry, UK, no. 1, 1999, pp. 77-87.
Harald Fricke, "Ein Camp für Global Player", Exhibition without Exhibition, exh cat. Tilo Schulz, Germany, 1999.
Mika Hannula "It's about Us and Them, Baby!", Module 2, Public ID.2000, exh cat. Projektgruppen LXX, Århus Denmark, 1999.
Pernille Albrethsen, Inside Out, exh cat. Overgaden, Copenhagen Denmark, 1999. p. 4.
Lars Bang Larsen, "25 Swiss francs and a coconut", Art/Text, no. 66: Aug/Oct 1999,
pp. 56-59.
Carmelia Thiele, "Zehn Minuten an die Zukunft denken", Der Tagesspiegel, [Germany], 27 Sep 1999.
Angelika Stepken ed. “Welcome to the Art world”, exh cat. Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe Germany, 1999, pp. 109-111.
Kathrin Becker ed. "Can you hear me?", exh cat. 2nd Ars Baltica – Triennial of Photographic Art, Stadtgalerie Kiel Germany, pp. 96-101.
Samual Hern, "Fünfundzwanzig Franken Inklusive Kokosnuss", Neue Züricher Zeitung, 9 Oct 1999, [Switzerland].
Folke Kjems and Annette Stabell eds. Pop Op, exh cat. Holstebro Kunstmuseum / Kastrupgårdsamlingen, Denmark, 1999.
Christian Rattemeyer, “445—Freienfreiheit”, Blitz Review, [Germany], 17 Jan 1999.
Robert Fleck, ed. “Secession – The Century of Artistic Freedom” Prestel-Verlag, Munich Germany, 1998, pp. 173,177.
Lars Bang Larsen, "Alternative Learning – The Copenhagen Scene", Documents sur l'art, no. 11: 1998, [France].
Beate Engel, “Ganz nah am brutal normalen leben”, Die Wochenzeitung, [Germany], 24 Oct 1998.
Marc-Olivier Wahler, "Jens Haaning", Kunst Bulletin, Sep 1998, pp. 32-33.
Jean-Damien Fleury, "Art Contemporain: Consommer est un geste artistique. Deux expositions le prouvent", La Liberté, [Switzerland], 19-20 Sep 1998.
V.Z. "Les emplettes au musée, c'est furieusement tendance" Le Temps, Geneva, [Switzerland], 8 Sep 1998.
"Supermarkt oder Kunsthalle?", Fribourger Nachrichten, [Switzerland], 7 Sep 1998.
Hüseyin Arac, "Tyrkisk Underholdning", Jyllands Posten, [Denmark], 3 Sep 1998.
Yvette Brachman, "How and why did we get from H.C. Andersen to this?", New Art Examiner, July/Aug 1998.
Henrik Broch-Lips, "KZ-Ferie", Ekstra Bladet, [Denmark], 28 May 1998.
Poul Pilgaard Johnson, "Den Fremmede", Weekendavisen, [Denmark], 13-19 Mar 1998.
Allan Madsen ed. “Kunsterrepræsentation” in Dansk Sociologi – Tidsskrift udgivet af Dansk Sociologforening, March, no. 1/9, pp 127.
Daniel Birnbaum, Atle Gerhardsen, Inger M Halvorsen and Lars Bang Larsen eds. Momentum – Pakkhus, exh cat. Moss, Norway,1998, pp. 44-45
Jan Winkelmann ed. Ontom, exh cat. Galerie für Zeitgenössische Kunst,
Leipzig, Germany, 1998.
Lars Bang Larsen, "Something is Rotten in the State of Denmark”, exh cat. Museum Fridericianum, Kassel Germany,1998. pp. 32-35.
Robert Fleck ed. “Secession – Das Jahrhundert der Künstlerischen Freiheit”, exh cat.
Wiener Secession, Austria, 1998.
Michel Bourel, Ralf Homann and Olaf Metzel eds. Personne sait plus, exh cat. Villa Arson, Nice France, 1998.
Christian Rattemeyer, "445 – Ferienfreiheit", Blitz Review, [Germany].
Michel Ritter, "Super Discount", Fri-Art, 1998-99, Fribourg Switzerland.
Jesper N Jørgensen, "Jens Haaning – Das Faserstoff Project", Kunstmagasinet 1%, no. 2/3, [Denmark], p. 14
Jesper N Jørgensen, "Identitens sammenbrud", KUNSTmagasinet 1%, no. 1, [Denmark], pp. 9-10.
Peter Herbstreuth, "Jens Haaning – Mehdi Chouakri", Flash Art, no 177: Nov/Dec 1997, [Italy], p. 117.
Marc-Olivier Wahler, "Habiter un lieu d'art", Kunst Bulletin, no. 12: Dec 1997, pp. 28-31.
Lars Bang Larsen, “Boom i Berlin”, Politiken, [Denmark], 1 Sep 1997, p. 1.
Camiel van Winkel, "Spiritual Teenage Moodmaker”, Archis, no. 4: 1997, The Netherlands pp. 60-63.
Knut Ebeling, "Fährtarife nach Sansibar", Der Tagesspiegel, [Germany], 22 Mar 1997.
Die Tageszeitung, [Germany], 15-16 Mar 1997.
“Ticket zur Kunst”, Die Welt, [Germany], 12 Mar 1997.
Maurizio Cattelan ed, “Permanent Food” no. 2: Mar 1997 pp. 184-185.
Harald Fricke, "Kritiker Umfrage", Art – Das Kunstmagazin, no.1: 1997, pp. 22-23.
Timo Valjakka, “Human Conditions”, exh cat. Helsingin Taidehalli, Helsinki Finland, 1997.
Lars Grambye, Åsa Nacking and Tone O Nielsen eds. Louisiana Udstillingen 1997, exh cat. Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek Denmark, 1997, p. 99.
Anne Ring Pedersen "Arabic Jokes", LEWEY, exh cat. Städtlisches Museum Zwickau Germany, 1997, pp. 1-12.
Harald Fricke, "Globale Readymades – Über die Projekte von Jens Haaning", X-Squared”, Wiener Secession, Austria, 1997, pp. 36-42.
Mari Linnmann exh cat. “Des Histoires en Formes”, Le Magasin, Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble, 1997, pp. 41-43.
Zsuzsanna Gahse, "Essai avec l'année – The IASEP Project", exh cat.
Fri-Art Kunsthalle 1997, Fribourg Switzerland, 1997, pp. 8-20.
Mehdi Chouakri ed. "Mehdi Chouakri, Berlin. Yearbook 1996/97" Berlin Germany.
Ulrich Clewing, “Die Premiere am Funkturm war ein voller Erfolg”, Art – Das Kunstmagasin, no 12: 1996, pp. 131.
Richard Vine, "How to Succeed in Copenhagen II", Art in America, [USA], Dec 1996,
pp. 37-43.
Lars Bang Larsen, "Jens Haaning – de Vleeshal Middelburg", Frieze, no. 31: Nov/Dec, UK pp. 70-71.
Ida Grieg Riisnæs, "Whisky og pølse selges som kunst", Dagbladet, [Norway], 27 Oct 1996.
Zapp Magazin, no. 8, September, Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Video Presentation of Middelburg Summer 1996.)
Søren Heuseler, and Jørgen Staun, "Det passer ikke at vi er upolitiske", Information, [Denmark], 14-15 Sep 1996,
Nicolas Bourriaud, "Jens Haaning" (interview), Documents sur l'art, [France], no. 8.
Mikkel Bogh, “Virkelige by”, Weekendavisen, [Denmark], 9-15 Aug 1996, p. 3.
Angelika Kindermann and Dirk Reinartz, "Szene Scandinavien", Art – Das Kunstmagazin, no. 8: Aug 1997, pp. 96-97.
Harald Fricke, "Der Weltmarkt als Readymade", Die Tageszeitung, [Germany], 29 July 1996.
Pontus Kyander, “Var blev Vesterbro av?”, Sydsvenskan, [Sweden], 25 July 1996, p. 5.
“Medewerkers naaiatelier in Vleeshal Middelburg”, De Vlissinger, [The Netherlands], 10 July 1996.
Malene La Cour Rasmussen, “Kunst i byens rum”, Jyllandsposten, [Denmark], 11 June 1996.
Rune Gade, “Den udflyttede kunst”, Information, [Denmark], 8 June 1996,
“Naaiatalier in museum roept kortstondige schaamte op”, NRC, [The Netherlands], 6 June 1996, p. 1.
Lars Bang Larsen, "Traffic" in Flash Art, no. 189, Summer, pp. 126-127.
Nico Out, "Kunst en leven verbonden in vrijheid", PZC, [The Netherlands], no. 7/9.
Onze Verslaggerver "Confrontatie tussen twee culturen", PZC, [The Netherlands], no. 7/9.
Mark Kremer, "On male anxiety" in Siksi – Nordic Art Review, no. 3: 1996, pp. 72-73.
Zapp Magazin, no. 7: April, [Amsterdam The Netherlands]. (Video presentation of the exhibition "Traffic", curated by Nicolas Bourriaud.)
Jørgen V Larsen, “Vittig taxi”, Politiken, [Denmark], 11 Jan 1996.
Nicolas Bourriaud ed. “Traffic”, exh cat. CAPC Museé D'art Contemporain, Bordeaux France, 1996.
Liv Revold and Jon-Ove Steihaug eds. exh cat. “Brekt bein – Ny dansk kunst”, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo Norway,1996, pp. 36-37.
Henrik Plenge Jakobsen, Jonas Maria Schul, and Natascha Carron eds. “9 Dimensional Theory”, exh cat. Nikolai Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen Denmark, 1996.
Tone O Nielsen ed. "When the shit hits the fan ", exh cat. Overgaden, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1996, pp.18-21.
Anette Østerby and Mikael Andersen eds. Exh cat. “City Space, Public art project in Copenhagen” Denmark.
Stefan Karlsson and Jörgen Svensson eds. "Dokumentations box 27.680.000 Nordisk samtidskonst i massmedia”, exh cat. Stockholm, Sweden, 1996.
Anne Ring Pedersen "Arabic Jokes", City Space, exh cat. public art project in Copenhagen Denmark, 1996, pp. 58-59.
Jonas Ekeberg, "Young at art – Nicolai Wallner interviewed by Jonas Ekeberg",
Siksi – Nordic Art Review, no. 1, pp. 12-15.
Anne Ring Petersen, "The authority of invisible power", Siksi – Nordic Art Review, no 4:1995, pp. 30-31.
Anne Ring Petersen, "Tilsynekomst – Om tingenes bevægelighed", 5 + 1 i Nordfløjen, exh cat. Charlottenborg, Copenhagen Denmark, 1995, pp. 18-23.
Jens Henrik Sandberg and Marianne Krogh Jensen eds. “RAM”, exh cat. Portalen, Hundige Denmark, pp. 70-71.
Jacques Peeters and Horst Wegmann eds. “Germinations 8”, exh cat. De Beyerd, Breda The Netherlands, pp. 108-111.
Anders Mildner, “Vitsar i ljudlig konst”, Sydsvenskan, [Sweden], 3 Mar 1995.
Exh cat. “Wild at Heart”, Galerie Jousse Seguin, Paris France.
Nicolai Wallner and Jakob Kolding eds. Edition Campbells Occasionally, Årgang 2/4, no. 3:Dec, p. 7.
Madsen, “Madsen opdager at farlig kunst godt kan være kælen”, Ekstra Bladet, [Denmark], 24 May 1994.
Henning Lassen, “Et chok i det dunkle galleri”, Politiken, [Denmark], 22 May 1994.
Dan Jönsson, "Varning för hunden!", Idag – Kvällsposten, [Sweden], 29 Jan 1994.
Stig Engzell, "Hunden är levande konst", Skånska Dagbladet, [Sweden], 28 Jan 1994.
Åsa Nacking, "Jens Wallin", Siksi – Nordic Art Review, no. 2 :1994, p. 51.
Exhibition catalogue “Udgang '94”, Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademis Billedkunstskoler, Copenhagen Denmark, 1994.
Tapko – The Magazine, no. 1 1993, Tapko, Valby Denmark.
Mikkel Bogh, "Conceptual Kitsch", Kritik, no. 108, pp. 27-34, 1994.
Exh cat. Galleri Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen Denmark, 1994.
Susan Hinnum, ed. Katalog, no. 1, 1994.
Susan Hinnum ed. Katalog, no. 2, 1994.
Susan Hinnum ed. Katalog, no. , 1994
Erik Steffensen, "Huller i Banken" Det Fri Aktuelt, [Denmark] 30 Sep 1992.

Residencies

2004-2005 Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Germany.

Public collections

Malmö Konstmuseum, Malmö Sweden.
Migros Museum, Zürich Switzerland.
Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus Denmark.
Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark.
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo Norway.
Le Consortium, Dijon France.

Permanent public works

Turkish Jokes, curated by Okwui Enwesor, National Museum of Ethnology, Leiden The Netherlands.
Afghanistan 5012 km, curated by Maria Hlavajova and Lisette Smits, Leidsche Rijn, Utrecht The Netherlands.

Education

1988-94
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, by Professor Bjørn Nørgaard and others, Copenhagen Denmark.
1992-93
Akademie der Bildende Künste, by Professor Olaf Metzel, München Germany.



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