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Opening - Paralell Lines - Lightbox

Parallel lines private view at The Lightbox


Join us for the exhibition private view at 6.30pm, Wednesday 26 June 2019

The Lightbox, Woking, GU21 4AA

Copenhagen Photo Festival

Copenhagen Photo Festival. This year it will be possible to see my target photograms with Gallery Grundstof 

The festival runs 6 June - 16 June - 2019

Carlsbergbyens Galleri & Kunstsalon

Okkerrummet, Pasteursvej 7, 6.sal, 

Copenhagen V - Denmark

Opening times weekdays 10am - 4pm - Saturday and Sunday 10am - 3pm 

Parallel Lines at The Lightbox

My work has been chosen for the exhibition Parallel Lines at The Lightbox The show is curated by Caroline Worthington (Director, Royal Society of Sculptors) and displays twentieth century sculptures by from The Ingram Collection alongside drawings by contemporary artists. 

Sixty Years: Women's Art in the Clifford Chance art collection - London

My work forms part of the exhibition Sixty Years - Women's art in the Clifford Chance Art Collection showcasing the twenty women artists whose work has been acquired for the Clifford Chance art collection, including Lisa Milroy, Cornelia Parker, Paula Rego, Bridget Riley, Emma Stibbon, Rachel Whiteread and Alison Wilding. 

The show is on until 7 June 2019. 

30th floor exhibition space

Canary Wharf 

10-12 Upper Bank Street,

London E14 5JJ

By appointment only email: nigel.frank@cliffordchance.com

Opening KP19 - Kunstnernes Påskeudstilling - Århus - DK

My work has been selected for the KP19 Spring show at Kunsthal Aarhus, Denmark.

Opening 30-03-2019:  Kunsthal Aarhus 14-17 pm

J.M. Mørks Gade 13 8000 Aarhus C

Beer Labels

I have been collaborating with micro/nano brewer and over of Haandpluk in Klitmøller (Cold Hawaii) Lars Pedersen making a series of labels for the brewery.  

Abstracted Mythologies 4 - New York

I'm happy to announce that I will be showing work at Parasol projects in New York as part of the show Abstracted Mythologies 4– Visual Transposition of Cultural Memory. 

Opening Nov 28 at 18:00 at Parasol Projects - Bowery

208 Bowery, New York, New York 10012

Group Show at York Gallery of Art - Refuse/Refuge

I'm delighted to be part of the Show Refuse/Refuge at York Art Gallery curated by Kyveli Lignou-Tsamantani and Martha Cattell. Apart from my work the exhibition includes artworks from Majid Adin, Forensic Oceanography, Ina Lounguine and Maria Tzanakou. Refuse/Refuge is an exhibition of contemporary art on the visual politics of the 21stcentury Mediterranean refugee crisis.

The exhibition runs from July 20 to September 16 2018

Show Grizedale Forest Gallery, Lake Dirstict, UK

My work has been selected for the exhibition Inspired by Nature at Grizedale Forest Gallery in the lake Lake Dirstict.

The show opens 24 May and runs until 23 September 2018

New Work for Copenhagen show

I am working on a series of new work for a group show in Copenhagen. More information coming soon.

Solo show MOCA London

Pandesia at Moca London
Janne Malmros

Pandesia

MOCA London
113 Bellenden Road
London SE15 4QY
info@mocalondon.co.uk

Exhibition runs until 12 May


Thursday - Friday 2 - 6 pm
Saturdays 12 - 4 pm
or by appointment

Opening MOCA London 8 April 2-4pm

Join me this Sunday 8 April 2pm for the opening of my solo show Pandesia at Moca London

MOCA London
113 Bellenden Road
London SE15 4QY

 


Inspired by Nature - Grizedale Forest

Janne's work has been chosen for the show Inspired by Nature at Grizedale Forest. The show will run from 24 May – 23 September 2018

Late night at Guildhall Art Gallery - City of London

This Friday Guildhall is having a late night event for Valentine.

 

Nature Morte Late

16 February 2018

7pm - 10pm

 

£16.11 Includes all events plus exhibition entry

 

Reject valentines and celebrate something we all have in common: life and death. Join Guildhall Art Gallery for a night of music, art, taxidermy, drawing, and cocktails and explore the themes of still life, inspired by exhibition Nature Morte. Tours will also take place giving you a chance to hear from the artists and curators themselves, whilst DJ Museum of Vinyl will provide the soundtrack to the night, with a playlist inspired by life and death. Still life cocktails will also be on offer. Alongside the main exhibition, enjoy a variety of events that complement the themes on display.

All the Orange Books - in Academia di Romania - Rome

All the Orange Books is based on the all the orange books in the Academia di Romania’s library. The library holds some 33,000 books, mainly in the Romanian language. Janne first photographed all the orange books in the library, and then compiled and digitally ordered them according to the library’s own classification system. Malmros believes that a library is a reflection of its cultural and political heritage: from A to W, from Apulum to Who’s Who (via Tintin and Dracula), the orange books illuminate Romania’s past and present, and her view of the wider world.

C-type print on aluminium. Dimensions: 80x34cm each shelf. Total height and width approximately 200 x 80 cm. Edition of 5 printed on demand. Two editions left. 

Pandesia -Solo Show MOCA London

Janne Malmros will have a solo show at MOCA London between 8 April and 7 May 2018. The show will feature new work created for the MOCA show.  

Museum of Natural Medicine & Copenhagen University buy Janne Malmros' illustrations

Museum of Natural Medicine & The Pharmacognostic Collection, University of Copenhagen buy collection of botanical illustratios from the Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan, made by Janne Malmros for the book Useful Plants og Wakhan and Pamir by Danish etnobotanist Jens Soelberg.

Janne's work will be featured on the programme Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clark, Series 2 on Chanel 4

My work will appear in episode 6: Thursday 23rd November- 8pm

Nature Morte - Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition opens at Guildhall Art Gallery - City of London

My work will be featured in Nature Morte Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition. The show opens at Guildhall Art Gallery Thursday 7 September 2017 and runs until 2 April 2018.

Nature Morte Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life is a MOCA touring exhibition based on Michael Petry’s recent book for Thames & Hudson. It brings together historic still-life paintings and contemporary art works that seek to use the language of the past for modern concerns. The show seeks to illustrate how leading artists of the 21st century are reinvigorating the still life, a genre previously synonymous with the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Old Masters.

Artists include: Peter Abrahams * Mats Adelman * Sue Arrowsmith * Annie Attridge * Anna Camner * Aziz + Cucher * Conrad Bakker * Barnaby Barford * Filippa Barkman * Berthold Bell * Ernst Billgren * Jan Kjetil Bjørheim * Elaine Bradford * Per Christian Brown * Mat Collishaw * Marcus Cope * Michael Craig-Martin * John Dugdale Cecilia Edefalk * Roberto Ekholm * Saara Ekström * Nancy Fouts * Nick Fox * Anya Gallaccio * Ana Genovés * Ori Gersht * Rigoberto A. Gonzalez Cynthia Greig * Martin Gustavsson * Jefferson Hayman * Paul Hazelton *Todd Hebert * Renata Hegyi * Jim Hodges * Bill Jacobson * Alexander James * Peter Jones * Darren Jones * Edward Kay * Rob Kesseler * Sally Kindberg * Klara Kristalova * Jone Kvie * Alana Lake * Matt Leiderstam * Janne Malmros * Carol Marin-Pache * Livia Marin * Nils-Erik Mattsson * Caroline McCarthy * Damien Meade * John Mitchell * Polly Morgan * Museum Clausum * Dermot O’Brien * Gabriel Orozco Bruno Pacheco * Dan Guillaume * Paris Perrin * Michael Petry * Philip Pirolo * Marc Quinn * Victoria Reynolds * Eric Rhein * Miho Sato * Rebecca Scott * Andro Semeiko * Jane Simpson * Jim Skull * Matt Smith * Rob Smith * Jennifer Steinkamp * Richard Stone * Yuken Teruya * Maciej Urbanek * Mathew Weir * James White * Kraig Wilson * Cindy Wright

Abstracted Mythologies III – Beton7 Arts – Athens – Greece

I am is taking part the exhibition Abstracted Mythologies, which will open at Beton7 Arts Athens on 07 July.

The show is the third exhibition in the series and is curated by Michael Delecruz.

Abstracted Mythologies 3 - Athens

7 July–15 July · Beton 7 Gallery - Arts Institute · Athens, Greece

Exact time of opening will follow shortly.

Work for new Hilton Hotel in Spitalfields

I am woking on a new commission for Dais Contemporary and Hilton world wide making a series of works that will be displayed throughout Hilton Canopy Hotel, which is due to open later this year in Spitalfields - London.

Janne Malmros' work keeping good company in London

My work is featured in this article in the Danish news paper Jyllands Posten alongside that of Danish painters such as Erik A. Frandsen, Claus Carstensens, Michael Kviumin and others at art collector Palle Bakkesgaard Pedersen's Victorian villa in Hampstead, London.

Abstracted Mythologies - exhibition - Copenhagen

My is part of the show Abstracted Mythologies, which will opens this Saturday. The show explores visual dialogue between alternative forms of cultural narratives and is curated by Michael Delacruz.

3-5 June

PV – 3rd June 18:00 - 22:00

Chokoladefabrikken, Prags blvd. 49

E10 1.sal

2300 Copenhagen S

BETON7 Centre for the Arts - Athens Greece

I have been invited for a one month residency at BETON7 Gallery Athen coinciding with Documenta 13. She is hoping to secure funding to go there in June-July 17.

Artwork for Dais Contemporary London

I am designing as series of bespoke artworks for a Dais Contemporary in London, for a new Hilton hotel, due to open next year in Spitalfields.

Funding for art project with refugees at the Red Cross refugee centre Avnstrup

I am delighted to have received funding from the Danish Arts Council for an art project, where she will be  working with refugees at the Red Cross refugee centre Avnstrup. The Centre houses over 400 refugees from 48 countries and is located within 50 kilometers of Copenhagen.

Useful Plants of Wakhan & Pamir reaches the Wakhan Corridor

Last year Janne collaborated with Danish etnobotanist Jens Soelberg on his book Useful Plants of Wakhan and Pamir - a result of the Third Danish Pamir Expedition.  Janne Illustrated the book, which was published in Kabul last year. It has now reached its destination in the Wahkan Corridor, where is has been distributed to local schools and other educational institutions. A hard back copy can be bought on request, and a paperback version is available online.

Nature Morte Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition opens in Poland on February 18th 2017

Janne Malmros' work will be featured in Nature Morte Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition. The show opens at The Four Domes Pavilion Branch of the National Museum in Wrocław this week.

The show will run from 18 February - 14 May 2017

 

Nature Morte Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life is a MOCA touring exhibition based on Michael Petry’s recent book for Thames & Hudson. It brings together historic still-life paintings and contemporary art works that seek to use the language of the past for modern concerns. The show seeks to illustrate how leading artists of the 21st century are reinvigorating the still life, a genre previously synonymous with the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Old Masters.

 

Peter Abrahams * Mats Adelman * Sue Arrowsmith * Annie Attridge * Anna Camner * Aziz + Cucher * Conrad Bakker * Barnaby Barford * Filippa Barkman * Berthold Bell * Ernst Billgren * Jan Kjetil Bjørheim * Elaine Bradford * Per Christian Brown * Mat Collishaw * Marcus Cope * Michael Craig-Martin * John Dugdale Cecilia Edefalk * Roberto Ekholm * Saara Ekström * Nancy Fouts * Nick Fox * Anya Gallaccio * Ana Genovés * Ori Gersht * Rigoberto A. Gonzalez Cynthia Greig * Martin Gustavsson * Jefferson Hayman * Paul Hazelton *Todd Hebert * Renata Hegyi * Jim Hodges * Bill Jacobson * Alexander James * Peter Jones * Darren Jones * Edward Kay * Rob Kesseler * Sally Kindberg * Klara Kristalova * Jone Kvie * Alana Lake * Matt Leiderstam * Janne Malmros * Carol Marin-Pache * Livia Marin * Nils-Erik Mattsson * Caroline McCarthy * Damien Meade * John Mitchell * Polly Morgan * Museum Clausum * Dermot O’Brien * Gabriel Orozco Bruno Pacheco * Dan Guillaume * Paris Perrin * Michael Petry * Philip Pirolo * Marc Quinn * Victoria Reynolds * Eric Rhein * Miho Sato * Rebecca Scott * Andro Semeiko * Jane Simpson * Jim Skull * Matt Smith * Rob Smith * Jennifer Steinkamp * Richard Stone * Yuken Teruya * Maciej Urbanek * Mathew Weir * James White * Kraig Wilson * Cindy Wright

Janne Malmros is taking part in the exhibition ABSTRACTED MYTHOLOGIES Transposing Cultural Memory into the Visual Present

ABSTRACTED MYTHOLOGIES
Transposing Cultural Memory into the Visual Present
5th Base Gallery, Whitechapel, London.
Opening: 29 December 2016, 18:00-21:00
Artists’ Forum: 30 December 2016, 15:00-17:00

Artists:
David Birkin (UK)
Michael Delacruz (US)
Maria Glyka (GR)
Steffen Levring (DK)
Janne Malmros (DK)
Sarah McNulty (US)
Robert Phillips (UK)
Pippa Ridley (UK)
Vassilis Vlastaras (GR)

The term 'cultural hegemony' has often been used to describe the assimilation into, or displacement by, one system of cultural reference by another. From antiquity to the present day, closer observation reveals less a contest of competing narratives and mythologies than a layering of symbol systems through a process of interaction and dialogue. Abstracted Mythologies aims to replicate this process of transcultural synthesis through staging a similar dialogue of multiple cultural perspectives through the medium of visual art, exploring not only the interactions between foundational systems of reference but also highlighting differing modes of visual transposition, ranging from the non-objective to allusive figuration.

Janne Malmros' work will be featured in the exhibition Secret Watercolour at Incinerator Art Space in Sydney, Australia. The show opens in December.

Watercolour drawing for its own sake has long been seen as a lesser form of Fine Art
and during Colonial times in Australia, a predominately feminine preoccupation. Some of
this prejudice has remained amongst sculptors until relatively recently.
This exhibition brings together the private watercolour drawings of five international
women sculptors, juxtaposed with examples from their sculptural practice.

 

Sarah Woodfine
Helen Sturgess
Janne Malmros
Carole Driver
Sally Aplin

30 November -18 December 2016
Opening Saturday 3 December 2-4pm
Curator: Helen Sturgess hsturgess@hotmail.com

Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby, NSW, Australia

Last weekend of the Nature Morte exhibition in Sweden before it travels on to Poland and the UK next year

Nature Morte Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life is a MOCA touring exhibition based on Michael Petry’s recent book for Thames & Hudson. It brings together historic still-life paintings and contemporary art works that seek to use the language of the past for modern concerns. The show seeks to illustrate how leading artists of the 21st century are reinvigorating the still life, a genre previously synonymous with the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Old Masters.

 

Janne Malmros and Jens Soelberg talk about Useful Plants of Wakhan and Pamir

Janne Malmros will be giving two talks with etnobotanist Jens Soelberg at FOF Gentofte about the book Useful Plants of Wakhan and Pamir, which Janne did the illustrations and pictograms for. The book was printed in Kabul, Afghanistan earlier this year. Both Jens and Janne have travelled in Afghanistan.

Fredagscafeen FOF Gentofte

7. and 14. October

For further information please contact FOF Gentofte

Tlf. 39 63 70 10/fof@fof-gentofte.dk

Nature Morte Janne Malmros' work is included in the exhibition Nature Morte at BOHUSLÄNS MUSEUM in Sweden - the show runs from. 7. May 16 - 28. August 16

Nature Morte Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life is a MOCA touring exhibition based on Michael Petry’s recent book for Thames & Hudson. It brings together historic still-life paintings and contemporary art works that seek to use the language of the past for modern concerns. The show seeks to illustrate how leading artists of the 21st century are reinvigorating the still life, a genre previously synonymous with the sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Old Masters.

Peter Abrahams * Mats Adelman * Sue Arrowsmith * Annie Attridge * Anna Camner * Aziz + Cucher * Conrad Bakker * Barnaby Barford * Filippa Barkman * Berthold Bell * Ernst Billgren * Jan Kjetil Bjørheim * Elaine Bradford * Per Christian Brown * Mat Collishaw * Marcus Cope * Michael Craig-Martin * John Dugdale Cecilia Edefalk * Roberto Ekholm * Saara Ekström * Nancy Fouts * Nick Fox * Anya Gallaccio * Ana Genovés * Ori Gersht * Rigoberto A. Gonzalez Cynthia Greig * Martin Gustavsson * Jefferson Hayman * Paul Hazelton *Todd Hebert * Renata Hegyi * Jim Hodges * Bill Jacobson * Alexander James * Peter Jones * Darren Jones * Edward Kay * Rob Kesseler * Sally Kindberg * Klara Kristalova * Jone Kvie * Alana Lake * Matt Leiderstam * Janne Malmros * Carol Marin-Pache * Livia Marin * Nils-Erik Mattsson * Caroline McCarthy * Damien Meade * John Mitchell * Polly Morgan * Museum Clausum * Dermot O’Brien * Gabriel Orozco Bruno Pacheco * Dan Guillaume * Paris Perrin * Michael Petry * Philip Pirolo * Marc Quinn * Victoria Reynolds * Eric Rhein * Miho Sato * Rebecca Scott * Andro Semeiko * Jane Simpson * Jim Skull * Matt Smith * Rob Smith * Jennifer Steinkamp * Richard Stone * Yuken Teruya * Maciej Urbanek * Mathew Weir * James White * Kraig Wilson * Cindy Wright

Janne Malmros' illustrations and pictograms are published in the book Useful plants of Wakhan & Pamir

Janne Malmros has produced 90 botanical illustrations and a number of pictograms for the book Useful plants of Wakhan & Pamir. The book is based on findings and research made by ethno botanist Jens Soelberg during the third Danish Pamir expedition. 

Re-Launch - Janne's work will feature in the exhibition Nature Morte - Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life at Ha Gamle Prestgard in Stavanger, Norway. The show opens June 6 and runs until 30 August, 2015.

Nature Morte – the exhibition – is based on Michael Petry’s recent book of the same name for Thames & Hudson. It brings together historic still-life paintings and contemporary art works that use the language of the past for modern concerns. The show seeks to illustrate how leading artists of the 21st century are reinvigorating the still life, a genre previously synonymous with the sixteenth- and seventeenth century Old Masters. The show will exhibit works from the traditional topics of the still-life: flora, fauna, the domestic object, food and vanitas.

Artists from a world wide reach will be shown: Peter Abrahams, Sue Arrowsmith, Annie Attridge, Aziz + Cucher, Conrad Bakker, Barnaby Barford, Berthold Bell, Per Christian Brown, Mat Collishaw, Marcus Cope, Michael Craig-Martin, John Dugdale, Roberto Ekholm, Saara Ekström, Nancy Fouts, Nick Fox, Anya Gallaccio, Ana Genovés, Ori Gersht, Rigoberto A. Gonzalez, Cynthia Greig, Martin Gustavsson, Jefferson Hayman, Paul Hazelton, Todd Hebert, Renata Hegyi, Jim Hodges, Bill Jacobson, Alexander James, Peter Jones, Edward Kay, Rob Kesseler, Jone Kvie, Alana Lake, Janne Malmros, Carol Marin-Pache, Livia Marin, Caroline McCarthy, Damien Meade, John Mitchell, Polly Morgan, Dermot O’Brien, Gabriel Orozco, Bruno Pacheco, Guillaume Paris, Michael Petry, Marc Quinn, Eric Rhein, Miho Sato, Rebecca Scott, Andro Semeiko, Jane Simpson, Jim Skull, Matt Smith, Rob Smith, Jennifer Steinkamp, Richard Stone, Yuken Teruya, Hanne Tyrmi, Maciej Urbanek, Mathew Weir, James White, Kraig Wilson, Cindy Wright

Re-Launch - Re-Launch in conversation with Janne Malmros - UCL Art Museum - London - 2015

Re-Launch artist and Slade alumna Janne Malmros leads us in a hunt in UCL Art Museum. The process of finding and amassing images from the collection highlights ways in which she’s worked with the museum and other collections to unearth and layer elements of other works of art into a new creation.
 

Janne Malmros' work at the The K House - London

Janne Malmros' work will now permantly be on display at the The K House in London. The K house is the Danish House in London and is located in Hampstead. It operates both as a hostel/hotel and as a cultural house hosting events.

43 Maresfield Gardens | Hampstead | London NW35TF | UK
 

Re-Launch - Group Show - UCL Art Museum - London - 2015

Janne Malmros has been invited to produce a large work for Re-Launch - UCL Art Museum's inaugural exhibition that marks the reopening of the museum space after a programme of improvements. Date: 27 April-12 June, Monday to Friday | Time: 1-5pm | Location: UCL Art Museum, South Cloisters, Wilkins Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT

Conran & Partners - Commission - Westminster - London - 2014

Janne Malmros is designing a series of large prints on fabric for Conran & Partners new development of luxury flats in Westminster Horseferry Road. The series comprices of over 20 prints on fabric ranging in size from 1x2 meters to 1x5 meters.

Useful plants of Wakhan & Pamir Janne Malmros Awarded residency – Workshops for Art Copenhagen – Autumn 2014

Janne Malmros has been awarded a residency at The Workshops for Art in Copenhagen. She will be taking up the residency in the autumn, to produce a series of print work for her collaboartion with the Danish etnobotanist Jens Soelberg on the book and exhibition Useful plants of Wakhan & Pamir.

Much Light Strong Shadow Last chance to see Janne's solo show at Skagen's Museum, Denmark

Janne Malmros' solo show Much Light Stong Shadow at Skagen's Museum - Anchers Hus is coming to an end.

Residency Kabul Afghanistan

Janne Malmros is currently on a four month residence in Kabul supported by the Danish Arts Council. She is working on a series of new work for forthcoming shows.

Fabric Janne Malmros curates show at Oriel Sychart Gallery – February to April - 2014

Janne Malmros has curated a show at Oriel Sychart Gallery in Wrexham, Wales. Artist include: Arif Bahaduri (Afghanistan), Michael Delacruz (USA), Dave Ball (Wales/UK), Nasir Hashimi (Afghanistan), James Irwin (England), Janne Malmros (Denmark), Masako Suzuki (Japan) and Phoebe Unwin (England)

3 February – 14 April
Oriel Sychart Gallery Glyndŵr
Mold Road
Wrexham LL11 2AW
Wales, UK

Janne Malmros leads workshop in Kabul

Janne Malmros has been teaching workshops for afghan artists and artisans in Kabul, Afghanistan. This article in the Afghan Magazin Afghan Scene, describes one of the projects, that Janne has been involved in.

Afghan Contemporary Art Prize 2013 - Queens Palace - Bagh-e Babur - Kabul - Afghanistan

Janne Malmros has been invited to show work at the 4th. Afghan Contemporary Art Prize in Kabul. She has been involved in the art prize running workshops and seminars for the shortlisted artists.
Exhibition opening and award ceremoni - 2-4pm - Saturday 16 November - Queen's Palace - Babur's Gardens, Kabul.

Janne Malmros has won the 2013 Spotlight Andipa Gallery & Royal British Society of Sculptors exhibition Nothing Endures But Change Solo Show Andipa Gallery Nightsbridge in association with Royal British Society of Sculptors.

As the winner of Spotlight 2013 Janne Malmros will have a solo show at Andipa Gallery in October 2013
 

Andipa Gallery - 162 Walton Street - Knightsbridge - London - SW3 2JL
Show opens October 31st 

Thames & Hudson - Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition

Janne Malmros' work is included in the Thames & Hudson book - Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life Tradition - by Michael Petry
 

Art For Sale article and interview Y-Magazine, autumn 2013

"For me, the works of Janne Malmros brought one connection I had hoped for". Article by Imogen Baxter for Y-Magazine about the art marked, Janne Malmros and her work.
 

Research in Kabul as part of residency at Florence Nightingale Museum – London – 2013/14

As part of her residency at the Florence Nightingale Museum in London Janne Malmros is currently doing research for new work in Kabul, Afghanistan. She will be making several trips to Afghanistan. She has recieved a production and travel grant from the Danish Arts Council for the project.
 

Janne Malmros Talk Kappelborg Cinema

Janne Malmros will be giving a talk about her work in the cinema at Kappelborg in conjunktion with her solo show Much Light Strong Shadow at Skagen's Museum Ancher Hus.
9990 Skagen, Denmark

Solo Show Opening Skagen's Museum

Janne Malmros' solo show Much Light Stron Shadow at Skagens Museum - Anchers Hus is opening on Friday. The show is supported by the Danish Arts Council and was produced at the Workshops for Art in Copenhagen.

Opening:
Friday July 12th 2014
Skagen's Museum Anchers Hus
9990 Skagen, Denmark

Janne Malmros winns Spotlight 2013 - installation category

This award is operated by Andipa Gallery in association with the Royal British Society of Sculptors. Janne will have a soloshow in the gallery later this year.

Residency Florence Nightingale Museum London

Janne will be artist in residence at the Florence Nightingale Museum from August 2013. As part of this she will travel to Afghanistan later this year to produce work for the exhibition that will follow her residency.
 

Artist in Residence - The Danish Institute - Athens - Greece - 2013

Janne Malmros has been awarded a stipend from the Danish Institute in Athens and will be artist in residence there in June researching and producing work for forthcoming exhibitions in Athens.