Anne Kranenborg (1991, The Netherlands) has a fascination for the metaphorical quality of material, the relation of human to object and less illuminated structures underlying reality. She imbues her material gestures with an essence and thereby creates objects which ask for critical interpretation, as well as provoking contact. The outcome usually requires the intellectual involvement of the participant and makes one reconsider and question the known.



Education 

Royal Academy of Art, The Hague
Graduate 2015 | (BA) Furniture Design



Awards

Winner of Paul Schuitema Award | 2015
Winner of Honorable Mention of the Stroom Encouragement Award | 2015
Nominee Department Award | 2015


Contact

Please contact me for more information, collaborations or inquiries via:

info@annekranenborg.com


Exhibitions

  • Upcoming



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2018 – WYSIWYG (PRESENTS): More Ways Of Seeing @ Todays Art
Todays Art | 21 - 23 September, The Hague

2018 – WYSIWYG .11 – Pagan Pictures
The Grey Space in The Middle, The Hague

2017 – EVERYTHING IS EDITABLE
Royal Academy of Art, The Hague

2017 – ALSO KNOWN AS
Dutch Design Isola, Salone del Mobile, Milan

2016 – ONDERTUSSEN
Stroom, The Hague

2016 – RESET
Salone del Mobile, Lambrate, Milan

2016 – STATE OF THE ART
Open Day, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague

2015 – REPETITION & CANDY CITY
WUK / Kusnthalle Exnergasse, Vienna

2015 – 3 - 9 July – ‘A Show Within A Show’
Main gallery, Royal Academy of Art, The Hague

2015 – Graduation Show (3 - 9 July)
Royal Academy of Art, The Hague

2014 – BACK STAGE ON STAGE
Salone del Mobile, Milan

2014 – OPEN DAY
Royal Academy of Art, The Hague

2013 – LIVE FACTORY Make My Day
Ministry of Finance, The Hague

2013 – LIVE FACTORY - Make My Day
Salone del Mobile, Lambrate, Milan

2012 – The Shepherds of Stuff,
Salone del Mobile, Zona Tortona, Milan

2011 – MAKE A FOREST
Atrium City Hall, The Hague (November - December

Artist in Residency


Vienna – WUK/Kunsthalle Exnergasse / WUK
20 oktober - 20 December, 2015




Talks


Everything is Editable – Lecture
Royal academy of Art, The Hague
Together with Majda Vidakovic and Fabian Bredt

Artist talk & Studio tour – Vienna Art Week at WUK/Kunsthalle Exnergasse
With art critic Wolfang Bruner