H A N N A H   B R O W N






Hannah Brown (b. 1977, Salisbury, England)
Lives and works in London



2004 - 2006: MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art, London
2002 - 2003: PGCE Art and Design (14 - 19), Institute of Education, London
1996 - 1999: First Class BA Hons, Fine Art Sculpture, CSM, London
1995 - 1996: Art and Design Foundation Course, Exeter College, Devon




Hollow Pond, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, USA

The Armory Show, Solo booth, Presents section, NY, USA

I Stood Still, Frestonian Gallery, London

This Muddy Eden, two-person show with Christoper Orr, Broadway Gallery, Lecthworth

Before Long, Union Gallery, London

Nocturnes, Cross Gallery, Dublin
Lain fallow for too Long, dalla Rosa gallery, London

Finding Forms, two-person show with Cara Thrope, Cross Gallery, Dublin

A Lane to the Land, PayneShurvell at 71 Blandford Street, London
Not Just Yet, Cross Gallery, Dublin
The Winter Girls, Milton Keynes Arts Centre, Milton Keynes

Hannah Brown: Selected Paintings, PayneShurvell at The House of St Barnabas

The Unseen Landscape, PayneShurvell, London
Time Hangs Heavy, The China Shop Gallery, Oxford

Encounter, two-person show with Gary Colclough, Gallery Primo Alonso, London

Hannah Brown, Vital Arts at Barts Gallery, London

Hannah Brown, Gimpel Fils, London

Life and Love, Great Eastern Hotel, London


Arcadia and Elsewhere, James Cohan Gallery, NY, USA

Twenty Year Anniversary Exhibition, Union Gallery, London
Arcadia for All? Rethinking Landscape Painting Now, The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Leeds and Attenborough Arts Centre, University of Leicester
Entwined: Plants in Contemporary Painting, 
20-21 Visual Arts CentreScunthorpe
Curated by Jane Neal at John Martin Gallery, Cromwell Place, London 

Expanding Landscapes: Painting after Land Art, Hestercombe Gallery, Somerset
Entwined: Plants in Contemporary Painting,
Huddersfield Art Gallery, Huddersfield
Crossing Boundaries,
APT Gallery, London
If you forget my name, you will go astray
Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, USA
Lustrum Frestonian,
Frestonian Gallery, London
Ground, Messums Wiltshire, Tisbury, Wiltshire
Wish You Were Here, Terrace Gallery, London
Regeneration, Informality Gallery, Oxfordshire
Arcadia, Home House, London, curated by Off Shoot Arts in collaboration with A Space for Art

The Forest, Parafin, London
Companions, Union Pacific, London
Between the bliss and me,
Tin Man Art, London
Unkempt, Messums Wiltshire, Tisbury, Wiltshire
John Moores Painting Prize 2020,
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
A Deeper Shade of Green, University Hospital Galway, Ireland
Holding Hands, Union Gallery, London

The Green Fuse, Frestonian Gallery, London
Everyday, curated by Ben Walker, Terrace Gallery, London

Betwixt and Between, Arthouse1, London
The Immaculate Dream, Collyer Bristow, London
Flat + Earth, Sidney and Matilda, Sheffield

The London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London
LAND//SCAPE, Lone Wolf Projects, Exchange Berlin, Kuehlhaus, Berlin
Kristian Day Papercuts, Saatchi Gallery, London
The Annotated Reader, curated by Ryan Gander and Jonathan P Watts, Cork Street Galleries, London
The Waiting Room, curated by Karen David, Wimbledon Space, London
Ash Archive, The Brewery Tap, Folkstone, Kent
New Relics, curated by Kate Terry and Tim Ellis, Thames Side Studios, London
Mindscapes, bo.lee gallery, London

The Arborealists: The Art of Trees, Bermondsey Project Space, London
Below the Surface,
OVADA, Oxford
A Table of Elements, Curated by Graham Crowley and Juilan Perry, Greystone Industries, Suffolk
Silence Un-scence, Lewisham Art House, London
A5-n, dalla Rosa gallery, London

Solid Gone in the Back Room, Holdrons Arcade, London
Landing, Kristian Day at Herrick Gallery, London
Marmite Prize for Painting, Block 336, London and Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland
The Arborealists, St. Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington

Blow Up, Parafin, London
London Painting Survey, Barbican Arts Trust, London
The Arborealists, Mottisfont Abbey, Hampshire
The East London Painting Prize, Bow ArtsTrust, London

Five Painters, Cross Gallery, Dublin
The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London
Arboretum, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol
The Ruskin Prize Recording Britain Now, at Millennium Gallery, Sheffield and Trinity Buoy Wharf, London
The East London Painting Prize, Bow ArtsTrust, London
This Bright and Guilty Place 2, PayneShurvell at the Hospital Club, London

The Threadneedle Prize, Mall Galleries, London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
Group Show, The China Shop Gallery, Oxford
At the Edges, Angus-Hughes Gallery, London

John Moores Painting Prize 2012, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Alter, Vegas Gallery, London
Hello and Goodbye, 17-25 Cremer Street, London
Launch, A-Side B-Side, London

The Threadneedle Prize, Mall Galleries, London
Creekside Open 2011, Selected by Phyllida Barlow, APT Gallery, London
Modern British Sculpture, Gimpel Fils, London

Legacy 1, L.I.U, London

Arctic Fox , Vulpes Vulpes, London
Clearout, Globe Gallery, Newcastle
Creekside Open 2009, Selected by Mark Wallinger, APT Gallery, London
Start Your Collection, Contemporary Art Projects at Islington Art fair, London

Start Your Collection, Contemporary Art Projects, London
Suffragette City, The Spare Room, London
'00 Nature, Contemporary Art Projects, London

Downstairs Review, Gimpel Fils, London
Start Your Collection, Contemporary Art Projects, London
Private Prop, The Residence, London
Winter Show, Contemporary Art Projects, London
MA and other Post Graduates, Atkinson Gallery, Millfield, Somerset

Day-to-Day Data, Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art, London
Between Place and Space, Blyth Gallery, London

Dyscotopiary, Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, London
Day-to-Day Data, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham
Day-to-Day Data, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth
Short and Sharp, Royal College of Art, London
Gone in 60 Seconds, Café Gallery Projects, London

IMT, London
Damn Fine Cup of Coffee, Discotheque group show, London
Flat 1, Discotheque group show, London
Love N Bullets, Transition Gallery, London

Spike Island Fayre, Spike Island Gallery, Bristol
Render Red Nose, MOT, London
Brand New Letchworth, B+B on tour, The Place, Letchworth
Et Tu Billy Buzman!, Nancy Victor Gallery, London
Artist as Entrepreneur, The Place, Letchworth

21, Spacex Gallery, Exeter, Devon

Directions, Lethaby Gallery, London
Readymade Project, Wunderkammer, London


2020 What Does it Mean to Paint a Landscape? Hannah Brown and Rebecca Partridge in conversation, Berlin Art Link, 05.06.20 (click here to read)
2018 London Open: a snapshot of the artistic zeitgeist, Financial Times, 09.08.18 by Rachel Spence (click here to read)
2018 Whitechapel open to what’s happening now, Morning Star, 26.06.18 by Michal Boncza (click here to read)
2017 The Arborealists: The Art of Trees, The Observer, 31.12.17 by Rachel Cooke (click here to read)
2017 The artist who prompts us to ask: what are we missing? The Irish Times, 18.12.17 by Adian Dunne (click here to read)
2016 Hannah Brown, Floorr Magazine Issue 6, 30.09.16 (click here to read)
2016 The Aborealists, The Art of the Tree, Sansom and Company
2015 A Form of Making, Turps Banana magazine, Issue15 by Graham Crowley (click here to read)
2015 I don't like art, collected essays and interviews, Graham Crowley
2015 Uncertain prospects and a park that keeps secrets, The Irish Times, 19.05.15 by Aidan Dunne (click here to read)
2013 Landscapes that Pass Over in Silence, The Huffington Post, 2.03.13 by James Payne (click here to read)
2013 At the Edges, Exhibition catalogue with essay by Graham Crowley (click here to read)
2013 Review of At the Edges, a-n Interface (click here to read)
2012 John Moores Painting Prize 2012, Exhibition catalogue, National Museums Liverpool
2012 Hoxton and Shoreditch Contemporary Art Reviews ArtLyst, 10.11.12 by Emily Sack'
2012 The Unseen Landscape, Diva Magazine, 05.11.12 by Anna McNay
2012 Critic's Choice, Time Out London, 10.10.12 by Helen Sumpter
2008 Editorial, The Guardian, 02.07.08
2005 Day-to-Day Data, Exhibition catalogue, Angel Row Gallery, 2005
2005 The Guide, Guardian, 23.07.05 by Robert Clark
2003 Et Tu Billy Buzman!, Time Out London, 30.07.03 by Rebecca Gelard
2003 Sleazenation, July 2003 by Alasdair Hopwood
2003 The Guide, Guardian, 14.06.03 by Jessica Lack
1999 21, Spacex Gallery, Express and Echo, 11.12.99 by Jason Woolfe


2019 Hospital Rooms commission, Hellingly Centre, East Sussex
2019 Dentons art prize - staff winner
1996 Exeter College Purchase Prize


V&A, London
Office of Public Works, State Art Collection, Ireland
Barts Hospital Collection, London
Cleveland Clinic, Ohio
Private collections in UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Korea, Switzerland, Australia, and U.A.E.