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BIOGRAPHY


Born 1963 ALGERIA - Lives and works in Oslo, NORWAY


EDUCATION

2008 - 13  Associate Professor by the Oslo National Academy of Fine Arts, Oslo 
2004 - 07  Program for Research Fellowships in the Arts at Kunstakademiet, Trondheim
2003 - 04 Associate Professor by the Academy of Fine Arts, Trondheim 
1989 - 93 Academy of fine art in Oslo
1987         Photo Academy, Bauhaus school, Stockholm


SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2013        Avtalt utstiling ved Galleri Amstedt, Skåne, Galleri F15 i Moss

2011        Kunstnerforbunndet vindussalen Kasbah, vandre og tenke, brodere og tegne (solo)
                  
2010        Porsgrunn Kunstforening Invertert rom I og II Porsgrunn (solo)
                 Komparative rum, Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark(solo)
                  
2009       Vrang – Rett, Gallery SOFT, Oslo (solo)

2008        Shadows within the wall, Martin Asbæk Projects, Copenhagen (solo)

2007        Trondheim Kunstmuseum/Art Museum, Trondheim, Norway (solo)
         
2006        Levanger Art Foundation, Østfold Art center, Fredrikstad

2003        Installation with embroidery at Vestfold Art centre, Haugar in  Tønsberg, Norway

2001         Contemporain Centre Régional D´Art Sete, France

2000         Artists House Oslo, Norway
                 «Algeria Mon Amour» Stenersen Museum Oslo, Norway
             
1997          Krognoshuset Lund, Sweden

1996          Gallery Mors Mössa Gothenburg, Sweden
           
1995         Bergen art – society, Norway
                  
1994         Forum Gallery in Malmø, Sweden

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016     Weaving & We, 2nd Hangzhou Triennial of Fiber Art

2015     Summer in the City no.10, Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

2014     Summer in the City, Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen
               Lapparaile/Rotterdam Port, Patras Hellas
              
2013      Kasbah Vandring I & II, Punkt Q Galleri F 15, Norway (group)
               Summer in the City, Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen
               Tusan Tråder, Lillehammer Art Museum, Norway

2012      Summer in the City, Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark (group)
               Prism: Drawing from 1990 to 2012 - The Museum of Contemporary Art / Museet for samtidskunst, Oslo (group)

2011      Göteborgs internationale kunstbianale (group)
               Summer in the City, Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark (group)
               Rackstad Museum, Sweden, (group)

2010    Trondheim Kunstmuseer (group)  
              Summer in the City, Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark (group)

2009    Summer in the City, Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark (group)
             Aspekte des Sammelns, Museum Essl, Vienna
             Looking Inside Out, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo

2008    The 3rd Guangzhou Triennial, China (group)
             Present Perfect Portraits, Martin Asbæk Projects, Copenhagen (group)
             Dialogos, Bergen National Academy of the Arts-Textile, Bergen, Norway

2007    Summer in the City II – MAP Group Show, Martin Asbæk Projects, Copenhagen
             MAD LOVE – ung kunst i danske privatsamlinger, ARKEN – Museum for Moderne Kunst, Ishøj 

2006   Summer in the City – MAP Group Show, Martin Asbæk Projects, Copenhagen
            Liaf 06 – Lofoten International Art Festival, Lofoten, Norway
            Østfold Fylke County Art Space, Frederiksstad, Norway
            Norwegian Images, Galleri Brandstrup, Oslo, Norway

2005   Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Buenos Aires, Argentina  
            Kristiansand Art Museum Norway 
            Momentum in Moss, Norway
            “North South Passage” Stenersen Museum, Oslo, Norway
            “Lev Art” in Levanger, Norway

2004   Momentum in Moss, Norway
            26 Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil
            Daa Att, permantent instalation in Fredrikstad in collaboration with Thomas Saenger and 
            Theo Barth.

2003    Sites of Recurrence, Dakshina Chitra Madras, 
             Borås Art Museum 
             Group exhibition in Venice, Italy 
             Group exhibition at Lund Konsthall, Sweden

2002    «DA AT» Permanent installation in Fredrikstad, Norway
             «Refugee» Henie Onstad Art Centre, Norway 
             «Material Matters (/Viewpoints) » Norrköping Art Museum and Brandes Klædesfabrik, Odense, Denmark
             «Bavf-NAF#1 the Bandung video, film and new media art forum.

2001    Permanent installation in Østfold Mental Hospital, Norway 
              «Nordic Fundamentalism» a round table discussion on the initiative of NIFCA and 
              Charlottenburg art centres Copenhagen, Denmark. 
              ARS 01 KIASMA
              Sculpture biennial Stenersen Museum and Lillehammer art Museum 2002, Norway
              «Transit» Euro Cash Svinesund, Norway                        
              Art in school Østfold County, Norway

2000     «Delicate Balance Six routes to the Himalayas» KIASMA
              «Every Day Images Every Days» Rogaland Art Centre Stavanger, Norway
               “Collection of Drawings” KIASMA

1999     Edstranska Foundation Art Prize Rooseum Malmö, Sweden
              Trekking in Nepal Himalayas, KIASMA
              Collection exhibition in Contemporary Museum in Oslo, Norway
              Permanent installation in Halmstad University Library, Sweden  

1998     Contemporary Art Centre of Vilnius, Lithuania 
               Momentum Moss, Norway
               «The Word» Storkyrkan Old town Stockholm, Sweden 
               «Come Closer» Liechtensteinische Staatliche Kunstsammlung
               «Places» Stockholm, Sweden

1996    Malmö Art museum, Sweden     
             «The Scream» Museum of Modern Art Arken Copenhagen, Denmark 

1995    Nordic art - centre, Sveaborg Helsinki, Finland
             Kulturen in Lund, Sweden 

1994    Wanås Castle in Sweden
             Gallery Wayspa Gdansk, Poland

1993    Gallery F 15 Jeløya Moss, Norway
              Gallery C/O Oslo, Norway
              Multiple shows Gallery Struts Oslo, Norway


BIBLIOGRAPHY

2005        Claudia C. Sandor, FJORD magazine, September, 2005
                Samir M´kadmi curator Catalogue “Meeting Point” page 28.
                Hans Hamid catalogue “Meeting Point” page 82-84
2004        Halvor Haugen, Hans Hamid Rasmussen, Catalogue, Momentum, page 134.
                Halvor Haugen, Hans Hamid Rasmussen, Catalogue, 26 Bienale de São Paulo         
                [invited artists], page 198-199.
2003        The Hindu Feb 03.2003 «A sang am of arts» writes Sebita Radhakrishna.
                Indian Express 29.02.2003 «Sites at Dakshina Chitra» writes PMM.
                “The needle through the haystack” by Hans Hamid Rasmussen, page 24-25
                in catalogue “Sites of Recurrence II”
                Texte Von Paolo Bianchi und Hajo Schiff, Kunstforum Bd. 173 November Dezember       
                International,page 236-238
2002        Three days of lectures and discussions at the ARS 01 Exhibition KIASMA
2001        Mats Stjernset, Hans Hamid, Catalogue, ARS 01, KIASMA
                Hans Hamid Rasmussen, page 134, Unfolding perspective
2000        Hans Hamid Rasmussen, «Delicate Balance», catalogue, Delicate Balance
                Six routes to the Himalayas, KIASMA, and psages number 22
                Gertrud Sandqvist and Jörgen Lorentzen, Hans Hamid,
                «The Sexuality of Men», catalogue, page 70
                Foundation, ROOSEUM, Art Prize
                Critics, New York Times summer 2000, Herald Tribune, summer 2000
1999        Juliana Engeberg, Hans Hamid Rasmussen, catalogue, Signs of Life
                Melbourne International Biennial, page number 27 and 35
1998        The Swedish Church in Stockholm, page number 33
                Hans Hamid Rasmussen, «A smell of honey in your room, the smell of honey surrounding me»,
                catalogue, installations, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius,page number 7
                Gertrud Sandqvist, Hans Hamid Rasmussen, catalogue, Come Closer            
                Liechtensteinische Staatliche Kunstsammlung, page numbers 60.
                Gertrud Sandqvist, «Nedbruten», catalogue, The Word
                Hans Hamid Rasmussen, Why I make embroidery, periodical no.3
                Contemporary Art Museum, Roskilde, page number 18, 1998
1996        Kim Levin, catalogue, the Scream, Borealis 8, Arken Museum of Modern Art Ishøj, Copenhagen
1995        Gertrud Sandqvist, Stranger - Artist book, Nordic Art Centre, Helsinki


Collections/ Prize / Grants
1993 og i 2005 Malmö Stads Museum
1994 Museet For Nutidskonst i Helsingfors
1995 Göteborg Stads Museum Norsk Kulturråde Statens Konstråd i Sverige Oslo Bys Kunstsamling
1996 Østfold Fylkeskommune
1998 Museet for Samtidskunst i Oslo
1996-2009 Statens treårig arbeidsstipend
2000 Edstrandska prisen Kunstindustrimuseet i Oslo og Rogaland Fylkesmuseum
2006 Ditlefsens samling i København
2006 Ole Faarups samling i København
2008 Fidelity Investements art collection
2008 The Essl collection of Contemporary Art
2008 Trondheim Kunstmuseum
2009 Kultur Skåne
2010 Arkens reiselegat
2010 Vederlagsfondet
2011 Nasjonal Museet i Oslo
2012 Konstservice i Region Skåne
2013 Vederlagsfondet


Commissions
2000 Universitetsbiblioteket i Halmstad
2001 Sentralsykehuset i Østfold For Psykiatriske Lidelser
2003 DA AT i Fredrikstad i samarbeid med Thomas Saenger og Theodor Barth
2004 Verket barne- og ungdomsskole i Moss i samarbeid med Theo Barth og Thomas Saenger
2011 Lørenskog Hus Invertert sol

Bibliography
1995 Gertrud Sandqvist,
Artist book : Fremmen, med tekst av Gertrud Sandqvist Nordisk Kunstsenter Sveaborg Helsinki,1996
Katalog: The Scream Borealis 8, Arken Museum for Samtidskunst, Ishøj København,1998
Katalog: Come Closer, med tekst av Gertrud Sandqvist Liechtensteinische Staatliche Kunstammlung
Side 60,1998
Katalog: Nedbruten, med tekst av Gertrud Sandqvist Ordet Storkyrkan i Stockholm Side 33,1998 Tidskrift: Hvorfor Broderer Jeg? Hans hamid Rasmussen Museet for samtidskunst Roskilde Side 18 1999
Katalog: Honningregn, Hans Hamid Rasmussen Senter for Samtidskunst i Vilnius Side 7, 1999
Katalog: Sign Of Life, Juliana Engeberg Melbourne Internationale Biennale , Side 27 og 35,