MA Fine Art, Sculpture, Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (UCL), London, UK

Ba Hons Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, University of the Arts, London, UK

Ba Middle Eastern Studies with Persian, Copenhagen University, Copenhagen, DK


2018 Pandesia, Museum of Contemporay Art (MOCA), London, UK

2014 Nothing Edures But Change, Andipa Gallery, London, UK.

2013-2014, Much Light Strong Shadow, Skagen Museum, Michael & Anna Anchers Hus, Skagen, Denmark

2012 Shifts & Contrivances, Hürtig/Kany Gallery, St.Kongensgade, Copenhagen, Denmark

2011 In Circles, Den Hirsprungske Samling (The Hirschsprung Collection), Copenhagen, Denmark

2010 Black-veined White – Acme Project Space, London, UK

Other solo shows include: Four Suits Four Seasons – The Royal Danish Embassy, London, UK, What Goes Around – Eksperimentarium Science Centre, Copenhagen, DK, Crooked Ways – Galleri Paul Kleefeld, Copenhagen, Denmark, Elements, Three Choirs Festival, UK, Janne Malmros – Hames Levach, London, UK


2019 Between History & Human Being, The Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, South Korea 

2019 Parallel Lines, The Light Box, Woking, UK

2019 Copenhagen Photo Festival, Gallery Grundstof, Carlsbergbyens Gallery and Art Salon, Copenhagen, DK

2019 Sixty Years: Women's Art in the Clifford Chance art collection 2019 exhibition, London, UK

2019 KP Spring Solo - Kunstnernes påskeudstilling, Kunsthal Aarhus, DK

2018 ABSTRACT METHODOLOGIES –, Parasol Projects, Lower East Side, New York, USA

2018 Refuse Refuge, York Art Gallery, Yorkshire, England, UK

2018 Inspired by Nature, Grizedale Forest Gallery, England, UK

2018 Nature Morte, Artists Invigorating the Still Life Tradition, Guildhall Art Gallery, London, UK

2017 ABSTRACT METHODOLOGIES – Visual Transposition of Cultural Memory, Beton7 Arts, Athens, Greece

2017 Nature Morte - Artists Invigorating the Still Life Tradition, The National Museum, Wrocław, Poland

2017 ABSTRACT METHODOLOGIES, Chokoladefabrikken , Copenhagen, Denmark

2016 Secret Watercolour, Incinerator Art Sydney, Australia

2016 ABSTRACT METHODOLOGIES – Visual Transposition of Cultural Memory, 5th Base Gallery, London

2016 Nature Morte, Artists Invigorating the Still Life Tradition, Bohuslän Museum, Sweden

2015, Signal Failure, Maverick Projects' Safe House I and II, London, UK

2015 Nature Morte: contemporary artists reinvigorate the still-life tradition, Ha Gamle Prestegård, Norway

2015 Relaunch, UCL art Museum, London, UK

2014 Fabric, Oriel Sycharth Gallery, Wales, UK - currated by Janne Malmros

2013 Afghan Contemporary Art Prize, Queens Palace, Kabul, Afghanistan

2013 Library of Lost Books, Birmingham, UK

2013 Group Show, Hurtig/Kany Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

2012 Bone, Florence Nightingale Museum, London, UK

2012 Restructured, Bloomsbury Festival, London, UK

2012 Summer Show, Hurtig/Kany Gallery, Copenhagen, DK

2012 The Sand Between God's Toes, Margate, UK

2012 Et Cetera - A reappraisal of the mundane, Hoxton Art Gallery, London, UK

2012 Award Show, Royal British Society of Sculptors, London, UK

2012 Meanwhile, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton, UK

2012 Spazi Aperti, Accademia di Romania, Rome, Italy

2012 Et Cetera - A reappraisal of the mundane, Hoxton Art Gallery, London, UK

2012 Overview, Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium

2011 Revisiting Francis Galton, UCL, London, UK, December

2011 The Gramma of Ornament, Hoxton Art Gallery, London

2011 OrNamenTTokYo: mobile lab, Tokyo, Japan

2011 Surface Noise, Jerwood Space, London, UK

2011 Utopia Project, Contemporary Greek Art Institute, Athens, Greece

2010 Ink, UCL, London, UK, 2010 The Art of Function, Oriel Sycharth Gallery, Wales, UK

2010 Double Interview, HUE Art Space, Seoul, South Korea

2010 Loops, The Chelsea Art Space, London

2010 Ways of Seeing – I-myu Projects, London, UK

2010 Postgrad Printmaking in London 2009, 30th Floor Gallery, Canary Wharf, London, UK

2009 Maddid Nordic Festival – The Space, London, UK

2009 Sequel – Strang Print Room Collection, London, UK

2009 British Land Sculpture Competition – Regent's Place, London, UK

2008 Trace – Schwartz Gallery, London, UK

2008 Flux – Schwartz Gallery, London, UK

2009 Highlights from the Collection of Simon Frank & Robert Suss – London, UK

Other shows include: Another Product – Cornerhouse, Manchester, UK, The Blantons – The Trafalgar, London, UK, Penny Bank Chambers, London, UK, Ten of the Best – Art Reviews selection of graduates, Deluxe Gallery, London,  The Parasites – London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK, Oops – Los 29 Enchufes, Madrid, Spain, Group Show – Camden Art Centre, London, UK



Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) London, UK

Library Archive - Henry Moore Institute, UK

Skagens Museum, Michael & Anna Anchers Hus, Skagen Denmark

MedicinsHistorisk, Museum, Denmark

MOCA, London, UK

Copenhagen University, Denmark

Frans Masereel Centrum Collection, Belgium

The Franks-Suss Collection, UK

UCL Art Museum, London, UK

Clifford Chance Art Collection, UK

Carlsberg & Tuborg Kunstfond, Denmark

UCL Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia

David Cleaton-Roberts (Alan Cristea Gallery), UK

Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, UK

Barrett Homes Art Collection, UK

Various private collections worldwide


Hilton Hotel Group, WW

UCL/Hawkins Brown Architects  - Centre of Excellence for Dimentia and Neurology (Shortlisted)

Acme Architects, UK

Dais Contemporary, UK

Third Pamir Expedition, DK

Queens Wharf, UK

Clifford Chance, UK

Conran and Partners, UK

Hill & Knowlton, UK

Barrett Homes, UK

Fridays Copenhagen, DK

Hewlett Packard, UK

Tromans Opticians, UK

British Land, UK

Learned Pig, UK

Landsforeningen Spor, DK


Gilbert Bayes Award - Royal Society of Sculptors & Andipa Gallery, London, UK

Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award, UK


Clifford Chance Printmaking Prize, London, UK

Adrian Carruthers Studio Award, UCL, London, UK

The Danish Embassy Art Prize, London, UK

The Anglo-Danish Society Scholarship, UK

The Queens Award, London, UK


2020 Statens Værksteder, DK

2020 Arthub Copenhagen

2018 Residency, Rethymno, Crete, Greece 

2017 Avnstrup - Refugee Camp, Denmark

2017 Beton7 Gallery, Athens, Greece

2014 Workshops for Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

2014 Feroz Kho, Kabul, Afghanistan

2014 Florence Nightingale Museum, London, UK

2013 Workshops for Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

2013 Danish Institute Athens, Greece

2013 Workshops for Art, Copenhagen, Denmark

2013 Jeckels Hotel, Gl. Skagen, Denmark

2013 Skagens Museum - Michael & Anna Anchers Museum, Skagen, Denmark

2012 Scandinavian Institute - Circolo Scandinavo, Rome, Italy

2012 Danish Institute Athens, Greece

2011 Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium

2010/11 Artist in residence UCL, London, UK

2008 Athens School of Fine Art, Rethymno, Crete, Greece

2008 Kurt Schwitter’s Merz Barn - Lake District, UK


2017 Nature Morthe catalogue, The Four Domes Pavilion - The National Museum in Wroclaw, Poland

2016 Useful Plants of Wakhan & Little Pamir, Kabul, Afghaistan

2015, Signal::failure2 (Squared), UK

2013 Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition, Thames & Hudson, Worldwide

2012 Overview, Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium

2011 Surface Noise, Jerwood Space, Parker Harris, UK

2011 Utopia Project, Contemporary Greek Art Institute, Greece

2010 Double Interview, South Korea/UK


FOF Copenhagen

University College London, UK

Richmond University, (The American International University), London, UK

Skagen Museum, Michael og Anna Anchers Hus, Skagen, Denmark

Workshop for Art, Copenhagen, DK

Circolo Scandinavo, Rome, Italy

Jerwood Space, London, UK


Lademans Fond, Booomrang

Danish Arts Council Travel Grants

Danish Arts Council Residency Grants

Danish Arts Council Production Grants

SP Northern Afghanistan grant

The Wellcome Trust grant

Bodil Pedersen Fond

Grosserer L.F. Foghts Fond

Danish Institute Athens Stipend

Fonden til Bevarelse af Jeckels Hotel

A. P. Møller og Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond

Ole Kirks Fond

Direktør Ib Henriksens Fond

Rudolph Als Fondet

Oticon Fonden

Knud Højgaards Fond

Otto Bruuns Fond

Rosendahl sponsorship


2009 In Circles, Hirschsprungske Samling, Copenhagen, Denmark

Performers: Jonas Brolin (trompet), Tom Fleming (producer and guitar) -


2009 The Voice & Nothing More – Woburn Square Research Centre, London, UK
Vocalists: Fiona Bevan & Mikhail Karikis – –
2009 IRP Goes Live – Southwark Playhouse, London, UK
Performers: Fiona Bevan (vocals), Richard Thomas (cello)


2008 Notations 2008 – Woburn Square Research Centre, London, UK
Performers: Adam de la Cour (guitar) - & Richard Thomas (cello)



2017 ABSTRACT METHODOLOGIES – Visual Transposition of Cultural Memory, Copenhagen, Denmark

2014 Fabric, Oriel Sycharth Gallery, Wales, UK - currated by Janne Malmros

2013 Afghan Contemporary Art Prize, Queens Palace, Kabul, Afghanistan - assistant


2017 Boligmagasinet, boligmagasinetdk

2016 Jyllands-Posten|Livsstil|Victoriansk villa med dansk kunst og design|27.02.16, (DK)|

2015 Clean-Unclean, The Learned Pig Magazine, (UK)

2014 'Fabric' Glyndwr Press, Marts 2014

2013 'Afghan Contemporary Art Prize 2013' - Afghan Scene - dec 2013 issue

2013 'Ny udstilling i Anchers Hus, Nordjyske, juli 2013

2013 Meet Florence Nightingale's Tortoise, The Times, 19.07.12 ­– by John O'Connell|

2012 Shoreditch-gallery-reviews-april-2012 by Sharon Strom|

2011 Jerwood Encounters: A Written Document - by Louisa Elderton|

2011 Vi Anbefaler - Kunst – By Torben Weirup|

2011 Janne Malmros Den Hirschsprungske Samling |

2011 Surface Noise by Annabel Tilley|

2011 Jerwood Space |

2011 Jerwood Encounters Surface Noise|

2011 Revisiting Galton|

2010 Black-veined White |

2011 Ways of Seeing – by Philip Gowman |

International Textiles, Issues 836-842,  AN for Artists Magazine – Artist Talking,



Janne Malmros is a member of Royal Bristish Society of Sculptors, Old Brompton Road, London, UK 



Andipa Gallery, London, UK -

Dais Contemporary, London, UK -

Royal British Society of Sculptors -

Janne Malmros was born in Denmark and studied for a master in fine art at The Slade and has a bachelor from St. Martins. She also holds a bachelor in Middle Eastern studies with Persian from Copenhagen University. She works between London and Copenhagen and has travelled widely and lived in Kabul and elsewhere. Her work is infused by strong interest in botany, entomology, history, fashion, geometry and pattern - manmade, computergenerated as well as those found in nature. Her work is non-prescriptive and driven by research and process. Malmros uses an array of techniques and formats as well as a range of media including drawing, painting, print-making, animation, collage and elements of photographic and sculptural processes. Materials range from classic art materials such as paper, bronze, plaster and fabric to found objects and various other medium. Research, experimentation and installation play an important part in her work. Janne has done commission work for various people, companies and building places as well as museums and archives, drawing out possible meanings within them by researching the history of the places, people associated with it or the objects they hold. She knows, as curator Simon Gould puts it, "where to stand to get the best view. Whether working with the magnitude of an entire archive of prints and drawings, a floral dress or even a simple shape, Janne manages to find ways in to pique curiosity and allow her audience both aesthetic and intellectual satisfaction.” Janne is also a botanic illustrator and in 2016 she helped publicise the book Useful plants of Wakhan and Pamir - ریماپ و ناخاو دنمدوس تاتابن , creating over 90 botanical illustrations for the book as well as a number of pictograms. 

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