Hannah Toticki Anbert

Hannah Toticki Anbert (1984) graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2016. Anbert’s sculpture and installation-based works often use the powerful visual codes of fashion and pop culture, preferably combining her thought-provoking yet humorous work with performance, lecture, text, video and music. Her current projects include “The Land of Milk and Honey” at KW Institute for Contemporary Art (Berlin, DE, 2019) and “Slower and Cheaper” at Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art (Copenhagen, DK, 2018). Anbert has been awarded the European Start Point Prize, Carl Nielsen and Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen Talent Prize (2018), Niels Wessel Bagges Art Foundation Award (2019) and Astrid Noack’s Scholarship (2019), among other accolades.’