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Instructions for Hive and Spine
Couture Galleri
Stockholm, Sweden
2015

Between The Skin and The Prop
IFAC International Fine Arts Consortium
New York City
February 2015

 

InAppropriate Behaviors I

Max Planck Institute für Bildungsforschung
Berlin
January 2015

InAppropriate Behaviors II

Satellite Berlin
Berlin
January 2015

Happy Thoughts!

DetroitStockholm
Stockholm
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Video Premier
Joanne Grüne-Yanoff’s video “Threads” premieres
in concert with Stockholm Syndrome Ensemble
Musikaliska, Stockholm
April 23, 2014

Galerie Helga Maria Bischoff
Berlin, Germany
November 2013

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Luxembourg
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Galerie Helga Maria Bischoff
Berlin, Germany
October 29 – November 26, 2011

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Savonlinna, Finland July 1-27 2011

TiefimBlut Kunstkontor
Berlin, Germany
May 28-June 25 2011

Kalhama & Piippo Contemporary
Helsinki, Finland, October 22 – November 21, 2010

Liljevalchs Konsthall
Stockholm, Sweden, September 3 – 20, 2009

Lemmons Contemporary
New York City, February 19 – March 19, 2009

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Arterritory – An interview with Philadelphia born artist Joanne Grüne Yanoff

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Joanne Grüne-Yanoff: Okay!
Friday, 04 November 2011

Joanne Grüne-Yanoff, an exciting multimedia artist from Stockholm. Originally from the US, she works with diverse found materials to create the most profound works of art.

An eggshell hat, bird-covered headphones, feathered feet, a flying necklace, spines of wings and moss all hover in an undefined area located somewhere between fine art, sculpture, fashion, photography and installation.

In her first solo show in Berlin, “Okay!” in the Gallery Helga Maria Bischoff in Kollwitzstrasse 74, the work delivers a punch that slices through butterflies and feathers before it connects. And connect it does. She calls to mind a female Bruce Nauman, and compares to Matthew Barney and Rebecca Horn for her muscular and poetic distillations of the unprotected self. (The exhibition is on till 26th November, 2011)