Irene Hanenbergh


Curriculum Vitae

Irene Hanenbergh
www.irenehanenbergh.com

Irene Hanenbergh’s practice involves a range of media including drawing, painting, new media and printmaking. In 2011 Hanenbergh will undertake 2 artist residencies in Thailand and Japan, awarded by Asialink Australia and The Australia Council, attempting to further exploring concerns of disciplined immaterial sensibilities.

Hanenbergh (The Netherlands) completed a BA(Hons) in Painting and Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts Minerva, The Netherlands, a BA(Hons) in Printmaking at the Athens School of Fine Art (ASKT) and subsequently a Post Graduate in Printmaking at The Royal College of Art, London. She moved to Melbourne where she completed a Master of Fine Arts by Research at the Victorian College of the Arts (The University of Melbourne) in 2010. Intermittently, she has spent considerable time on artist and research residencies on various locations in Europe and in the USA.
Over the past 20 years she has held solo and group exhibitions in Australia and internationally; most recently ‘Lace Monitor (Victoria Everglades)’ at Ryan Renshaw Gallery in Brisbane, 'Laudanum & De Breeder' at Neon Parc in Melbourne; 'Resort Nadir' Sydney Museum; ‘Freedom Holidays in The Rudolphine’, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces and ‘Vlad July Egoiste’, Neon Parc. She contributed to numerous group exhibitions such as ‘Show You My World’, Gitte Weise Gallery, Berlin; ‘Bal Tashchit’, Jewish Museum, Melbourne; ‘Old skool (never lose that feeling)’, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts; ‘One God No Masters’, Hamish McKay, New Zealand; and ‘Instinct’, Monash Museum of Art, Melbourne.

Hanenbergh’s work is held in public and private collections in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the United States including the QU Museum (Brisbane), the Museum of Old and New Art (Tasmania), Artbank Australia, ABSOLUT European Collection (Sweden), Centre for Contemporary Art (The Netherlands), Collection ASKT (Greece) and Rabobank (The Netherlands). She was twice named as one of ‘Australia’s 50 Most Collectible Artists’ by Australian Art Collector and is currently represented by Neon Parc (Melbourne) and Ryan Renshaw Gallery (Brisbane).

For a full exhibition- and publications history please refer to the Bibliography (CV) on www.irenehanenbergh.com. Catalogue of works and information on upcoming events can also be obtained from her representing galleries or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Academic selection

2007/2010    MFA (by Research) Victorian College of the Arts and Music, The University of Melbourne, Australia.
2000/2004    Victoria University of Technology, Electronic & Interactive Media, Melbourne, Australia.
1995/1997    Athens School of Fine Arts, Postgraduate Program in Printmaking, Athens, Greece.
1992/1995    Athens School of Fine Arts, BA (Hons) Printmaking, Athens, Greece.
1993/1994    Royal College of Art (RCA), Postgraduate Program in Printmaking (PEP), London, UK.
1990/1992    Athens School of Fine Arts, Postgraduate Program in Sculpture & Installation, Athens, Greece.
1984/1988    Academy of Fine Arts Minerva, BA (Hons) Painting/Sculpture, Groningen, The Netherlands.


Solo Exhibitions

 2011    Parc Sandur 1989, works from 1989-2011, Neon Parc Gallery, Melbourne.
2010    Lace Monitor (Victoria Everglades), Ryan Renshaw Gallery, Brisbane, Queensland.
2010    Freedom Nature, Margret Lawrence Galleries, VCAM, Melbourne.
2009    Laudanum & De Breeder, Neon Parc, Melbourne.
2009     Elastic Rebound Theory, with Stephan Balleux, courtesy of Think21 Gallery, Brussels & Ryan Renshaw      Gallery, Brisbane.
2009     Resort Nadir, Sydney University Museum & Galleries, Sydney.
2007    Vlad July Egoiste, Neon Parc, Melbourne.
2007    Freedom Holidays in The Rudolphine, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne.
2007    Auckland Artfair - Neon Parc at Hilton Hotel, Auckland, New Zealand.
2005    Wolga Banshees, Apartment Gallery, Melbourne.
2003    Presence between Alborz and Hekla, Centre for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.
2002    Trinity deLuxe Commander, TCB Art. Inc, Melbourne.
1997    This is What I Like So It's How I Do It And That Is What You See, Gallery Olga Georgadeas, Athens.
1995    New Painting, Gallery Bert Mertens, Utrecht, The Netherlands.
1994    Gloria, it's never too late, Gallery Olga Georgadeas, Athens.
1991    Windowshow corazon, Groningen, The Netherlands.
1989    Irene Hanenbergh, Gallery Biemoldsbelang, Groningen, The Netherlands.
1989    Irene Hanenbergh, Gallery Rumpff, Haarlem, The Netherlands.
1988    AIR, Corazon, Groningen, The Netherlands.
1988    Irene Hanenbergh, Gallery Voorheen Schoolholm 33/1, Groningen, The Netherlands.


Group Exhibitions


2011    New Psychedelia, curated by Sebastian Moody, QU Museum, Brisbane, Queensland.
    Athens Pride, curated by Andrea Gilbert, The Breeder Gallery, Athens, Greece.
2010    MFA 2010, Margret Lawrence Galleries, VCAM, Melbourne.
Delineated: The Printmaking Summer Residency Exhibition, curated by Andrew Tetzlaff, RMIT Project space, Melbourne.
A Tradigital Survey, curated by Gina Kalabishis and Kirsten Rann, Level 17 Artspace, VUT, Melbourne.    Autumn Masterpieces: Highlights from the Permanent Collection, curated by Mark Feary, Centre     for Contemporary Photography, Melbourne.
    Power To The People, Feature Inc. NYC, New York, USA.
    Recorded: The Music Poster Show, curated by Madeleine Preston, Blank Space, Sydney.
2009    Westspace, Fundraiser A4, Melbourne.
    FREMANTLE PRINT AWARD 2009, Fremantle, WA.
    Dark Liaisons, curated by Ashley Crawford, 24H Art, Darwin, NT.
    ART LA 2009, Los Angeles International Contemporary Art Fair, Los Angeles, USA (with Neon Parc).
    Some Recent Painting: The Director's Cut, 2009, John Buckley Gallery, Melbourne.
2008    The Resurrectionists, curated by Ashley Crawford and Sam Leach, Block Gallery, Melbourne.
    Neo goth: back in black, curated by Alison Kubler, University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane.
    Revolving doors (in memory of Blair Trethowan), Uplands Gallery, Melbourne.
    Show Me Your World, curated by Hannah Matthews, Gitte Weise Gallery, Berlin, Germany.
    Bal Tashchit, Thou Shalt Not Destroy, curated by Melissa Amore and Ashley Crawford, Jewish
    Museum of Australia, Melbourne.
2007    Old Skool (never lose that feeling), curated by Hannah Mathews & Robert Cook, Perth Institute of     Contemporary Arts, Perth.
    Dream Wheels, Mahara Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand.
2006    one god, no masters, Hamish McKay Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand.
    ZOO Art Fair 2006 London, Bureau Gallery, Manchester, UK.
    Someone shows something to someone, Canberra Contemporary Art Spaces, Canberra.
    This is the thing I thought would never come, BUS Gallery, curated by Tony Garifalakis, Melbourne.
    Collection CBK Centrum voor Beeldende Kunst, curated by Liesbeth Grotenhuis, The Netherlands.
    Melbourne Reign, New Melbourne Painting, Michael Carr Art Dealer, Sydney.
    Kids Stay Free, Neon Parc, Melbourne.
2005    A portable model of (touring), curated by Tristian Koenig, La Trobe Regional Gallery, Morewell, VIC.
    Arts Aporia, curated by BUS & Phatspace (Australia), Osaka, Japan.
    Neo Folk, curated by Julian Holcroft, Lithuanian Club, Melbourne.
    Drops in the ocean, curated by Ewoud van Rijn, Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
    Magic, curated by Andrea Gilbert, Vamiali's Gallery, Athens, Greece.
    Salon de Freehands, curated by Rob McHaffie, Seventh Gallery, Melbourne.
    Prog: ME Programma de midia electronica, curated by Carlo Sansolo & Erika Fraenkel,
    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
    Nature by Proxy, curated by John Nicholson, Brian Moore Gallery, Sydney.
    Slave, curated by C.Hill, K.Picken, R.McKenzie, N.Selenitsch, The Margaret Lawrence Galleries,     Melbourne.
    VII Intl. Art & Film Festival, Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau, Havana, Cuba.
    A portable model of (touring), curated by Tristian Koenig, Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, Tasmania.
2004    Addressbook, curated by Tristian Koenig, BUS Gallery, Melbourne.
    VideoLoveHateVideo, curated by Tristian Koenig, Phatspace, Sydney.
    Instinct, curated by Liza Vasiliou, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne.
    Imagens Que Jamais VocÊ Jamais VerÁ Na TV, curated by Carlo Sansolo & Erika Fraenkel,
    Sesc Vila Mariana, São Paulo, Brazil.
    VI Intl. Art & Film Festival, Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau, Havana, Cuba.
    laisle.com Hole 04-02, screening curated by Sansolo & Fraenkel, Cine Buraco, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
    Girlpower 3, GAZI Contemporary Artspace, curated by T. Spiliotis, Athens, Greece.
2003    Posted, MOP Projects, curated by Anton Marin, Sydney.
    V Intl. Art & Film Festival, Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau & Gallery Carmen Montilla,
    Havana, Cuba.
    WallCandy, curated by Greg Deftereos, Conical Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne.
2002    Only the Lonely, curated by Clare Firth-Smith (Penthouse & Pavement), BLOCK Gallery, Sydney.
2001    ABSOLUT: Selected works from the European Collection (touring exhibition), Paris (France),
    Warsaw (Poland), Stockholm, Millesgarden, Sweden.
2000    MoNa, Museum of New Art, Detroit, USA.
    Snapshot, Contemporary Museum, curated by G. Sangster, Baltimore, USA.
1999    ABSOLUT Cult, DESTE Contemporary Art, in collaboration with ABSOLUT, Stockholm, Sweden.
    2000, Galerie d'Art Contemporain Jacques Cartier, Chauny, France.
    ArtZine, curated by Phil Edwards, Spencer St. Gallery, Melbourne.
    Gallery Olga Georgadeas (Groupshow), Athens, Greece.
    Gallery monohoro (Groupshow), Athens, Greece.
1998    Westspace Gallery, A4Art, Melbourne.
    Gallery Olga Georgadeas (Groupshow), Athens, Greece.
1997    Gallery Olga Georgadeas (Groupshow), Athens, Greece.
    Gallery monohoro (Groupshow), Athens, Greece.
    sweet egg, O Exerevnitis, Athens, Greece.
1996    Athens School of Fine Arts ASKT (graduation exhibition), National Gallery of Athens, Athens, Greece.
    BasaArt, Gallery monohoro, Athens, Greece.
1995    ABSOLUT Cult 95, curated by Yanni Kolokotroni & Eleni Athanasssiou, Pieridis Museum of Contemporary     Art, in collaboration with ABSOLUT, Stockholm, Sweden.
    CHAOS, Artspace CHAOS Art & Design, Athens, Greece
1994    Gallery Olga Georgadeas (Groupshow), Athens, Greece.
1993    Het Boudoir van PM, curated by Tanya Von Barnau-Sythoff, AIR Artist International Research,
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
1992    Greece-The Netherlands: Contemporary Artists. Centre for Contemporary Art.
    Organized by the Royal Dutch Embassy, Athens, Greece.
    Different Opinion, curated by Miltos Manetas and Maria Papadimitriou, Gallery VIA Farini, Villa     Addormentata, Boffalora, Ticino, Milan, Italy.
1990    De Blokkendoos, Zwolle, The Netherlands.
    Relics, Gallery Relics, Thessaloniki, Greece.
1989    Noordkunst Artfair & Central Exhibition: Young Talent, curated by Frits Maats, Zuidlaren,
    The Netherlands.
    Project Dineke Van Huizen, Gallery Arcadia, Finsterwolde The Netherlands.
    Salon der Debutanten, Slagharen, The Netherlands.
    Summer Art Korenbeurs, Center for Art, Groningen, The Netherlands.
1988    Start 88, Centraal Beheer, Zeist, The Netherlands.
    Academy Minerva (graduation exhibition), De Oosterpoort, Groningen, The Netherlands.
1987    Spatial Design, Academie Minerva, Gedempte Zuiderdiep building, Groningen, the Netherlands.


Awards, scholarships, residencies

2011    Recipient/Fellowship Thailand Residency at Naresuan University Phitsunalok (3 months), awarded by Asialink, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia.
2011    Recipient Tokyo-Residency (Japan) (3 months), awarded by Australia Council for the Arts,     Sydney, Australia.
2010    Printmaking Residency 2010, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne.
2007/2009APA Award Fellowship, The University of Melbourne, Victorian College of the Arts and Music (VCAM).
2008    Art Residency New York City, USA (6 mths).
2006    Arts Victoria, Arts Development Grant, Melbourne.
2005    Arts Victoria, Export and Touring Grant (with Tony Garifalakis), Melbourne.
2003    Pat Corrigan Artist Grant, NAVA, Australia Council, Sydney.
2003    Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT), Conference & Workshop Travel Grant.
    V Intl. Art & Film Festival, Havana, Cuba.
2002    Siggraph Singapore; Shortlisted in International 3D Competition 2002, Singapore.
    Experimenta selected Interactive shockwave work The Forest (2001) for online exhibition, Melbourne.
95/97    IKY Postgraduate Scholarships. Grant for 2 Academic Years Postgraduate studies, Foundation
    for Government Artist Scholarships (IKY), Athens, Greece.
1995    ABSOLUT Cult. Commission/Prize by ABSOLUT Vodka, Stockholm, Sweden.
1993    Royal College of Art Sponsorships, Renswoude, Tesselschade and Stoop (private sponsorship     foundations) for Postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Art, London, UK.
1993    European Grants Program PETRA II, Grant for Artists Residency ASKT (Delphi annex), Greece.
1992    Promotional Grant Voorzienings Fonds voor Kunstenaars (VVK), Production & Publication of
    Exhibition Catalogue, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
1992    Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture, Artist Development Grant (1 year),
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
90/94    NUFFIC Netherlands University Federation for International Cooperation. Awarded 4 Scholarships within     the funding program of the Dutch & Greek Ministry of Culture (European Cultural Agreement:Exchange     & Residency program), The Hague, The Netherlands.
1990    Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture, Artist Development Grant (1 year),
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
1990    Rens-Holle Foundation, Grant for Postgraduate studies and artist residency (Athens), Amsterdam, The     Netherlands.
1989    Centre for Contemporary Art, Artist Material & Development Grant, Groningen, The Netherlands.
1989    Centre for Contemporary Art, Exhibition Grant, Groningen, The Netherlands.
88/89    Stipend (Startstipendium) awarded by Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture,     Amsterdam.

Selected collaboration & artistpages

2006    Love Song Book. Artistpage contribution. Artistbook by Lisa Radford & Narelle Desmond, Melbourne.
2004    Girlpower 3. Art & charitable campaign. Initiated by A. Kollaros and T. Spiliotis in association with the     Hellenic Cancer Society, Athens, Greece.
2003    HomeComing. Artistpage contribution ‘SuperWish’. Artistbook by Hilde Aagaard. Oslo, Norway.
    ISBN:960-87354-4-0.
    RUBIK#14. Artistpage contribution, Melbourne. Issue 14. Curated by Julia Gorman, James Lynch,
    Michelle Ussher.
2002    Vanilla Sigaartje, video with Lane Cormick, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne.
2000    The Politics of Everyday Fear. Australian Perspecta Project, Artspace Sydney, with T. Garifalakis.
1999    R.I.P. Artzine, in collaboration with T. Garifalakis. GLUE NO.6, T. Garifalakis, Melbourne.

Collections

Irene Hanenbergh’s work is represented in a number of public and private collections in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the USA including the Museum of Old and New Art (Australia), Artbank (Australia), ABSOLUT European Collection (Sweden), Center for Contemporary Art (The Netherlands), Collection ASKT (Greece), Rabobank (The Netherlands), QU Museum and others.

Selected bibliography (for digital copies of all publications, reviews, books, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )


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2009     Fantasy and intrigue: Irene Hanenbergh exhibition at Sydney University gallery, Inner West Courier     22      March 2009.
    Sydney University Galleries & Museums, Promotional Leaflet, 2009.
    Artist Profile Magazine, Issue 6, Pg 68-70 review, The Resurrectionists, A.Crawford
    The Sydney Morning Herald, the (Sydney) magazine, Issue #72 April 2009, pg 80
    The Sydney Morning Herald, Spectrum 9 - 10 May - Going, Going, Sydney
    Sydney University Museums Catalogue Exhibitions & Events. P 20-21, Jan-June 2009
    The Resurrectionists, Catalogue/Exhibition publication, Block Gallery, 2009    
2008    Neo goth: back in black, Exhibition Catalogue (hardback), University of Queensland Art Museum,     Brisbane.
    Show You My World, Exhibition catalogue, essay by Hannah Matthews, Gitte Weise Gallery, Berlin.
    Artlink, vol 28 no 3, Sophie Knezic, Review Bal Tashchit:Thou Shalt Not Destroy.
Bal Tashchit, Thou shalt not Destroy, Environmental Apocalypse and the Hebrew Bible, Exhibition Catalogue by Melissa Amore (Author), Ashley Crawford (Author) Paperback: 35 pages Publisher: Jewish Museum of Australia (April 2008)  ISBN-10: 1875670475  ISBN-13: 978-1875670475
    Australian Art Collector, Ric Spencer, December 2007
    The Perth Voice, Old skool’s never out of fashion, Saturday 1 December 2007, p15
    The West Australian, Old-skool vintage back from 2004, Wednesday 5 December 2007, p6-7
    Art Monthly Australia, Old Skool Rules and the Yearning for Roots, #208, April 2008, p10-12
    The Australian, Nostalgic school of thought, Tuesday 11 December 2007, p9
    The West Australian, Old Skool attitude rules PICA, Friday 11 January 2008, p7
    X-Press, Blast From The Past, Thursday 20 December 2007, p37
    50 Most Collectible Artists, Carrie Lumby, Australian Art Collector, Issue 43, Jan-March 2008, p 142.
    Old Skool, Ric Spencer, Review Australian Art Collector, Issue 43, Jan-March 2008, p 307.
    Old Skool attitude rules PICA, Ric Spencer, Review The West Australian, Jan 11 2008, pg 7.
2007    Old Skool (Never Lose That Feeling), Exhibition Catalogue. ISBN 1 875386 81 5. Dec 2007.
Blast from the past, X-press Magazine, Review Collette Swindells, 20 Dec 2007.
    Old Skool (Never Lose That Feeling), Ted Schnell. Review The Australian, Dec 11 2007.
    Art Around the Galleries, Vlad July Egoiste, by Megan Backhouse. The Age Nov 10, 2007.
    The Supernatural world of Irene Hanenbergh. Feature by Megan Backhouse. Gallery Guide
    Australia. Nov-Dec 2007.
    Vlad July Egoiste. Review, Brigitte Barta, Good Weekend, The Age Nov 3 2007.
    Metallic Magic. Review, Frances Johnson. Critical Sightlines - Art and Culture, The Age Nov 16 2007.
    Irene Hanenbergh: Vlad July Egoiste. Review, Natalie King.  Art It, Japanese-English bilingual Art
    Quarterly 2007/11/20.
    Vlad July Egoiste, Exhibition Catalogue, text by Edward Colless, 2007.
    Freedom Holidays in The Rudolphine, Exhibition catalogue, essay by Lisa Radford, May 2007.
    Review MCV (online), Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, May 23, 2007.
    Art around the Galleries, Freedom Holidays in the Rudolphine, Ashley Crawford, The Age, May 19,     2007.
    Ghost in the machine. Ashley Crawford. Australian Art Collector, Issue 40, April-June 07, Sydney.
    50 Most Collectible Artists, Andrew Frost. Australian Art Collector, Issue 39, Jan-March 07 p. 170-    171, Sydney.
2006    Hothouse Flowers: one god, no masters. M.Amery. Dominion Post, Oct 27, Wellington, NZ.
    Oz Dutch darkly, This is the thing I thought would never come. A.Crawford. The Sunday Age, Aug     20, 2006. Melbourne.
    Australian Art Collector. A.Crawford. Quarterly. April-June, 2006, Sydney.
    I.Gerogianni, Review ‘Magic’, CONTEMPORARY, no 78 p.76, 2006. London. UK.
    A.Crawford. KIDS STAY FREE. Review. The Sunday Age (Preview), April 16, 2006. Melbourne.
    A.Crawford. Hell’s Kitchen, exhibition catalogue Melbourne Reign, Michael Carr Art Dealer, Sydney.
2005    VII International Art & Film Festival, Exhibition Catalogue. Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente     Brau, Havana, Cuba.
    Prog: ME Programma de midia electronica 2005. Exhibition Catalogue (Retrospective publication)     E.Fraenkel, C.Sansolo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
    A.Crawford, Wolga Banshees. Review. The Age, October 23. Melbourne.
    T. Koenig, A Portable Model of. Exhibition Catalogue. ISBN 1 86295 229 9.
    J. Holcroft, Neo Folk. Exhibition Catalogue & essay. Lithuanian Club, Melbourne. ISBN 0646 45499.
    Andrea Gilbert, Now upon a time. Exhibition Catalogue & essay. Vamiali's Gallery, Athens, Greece.
    Dimitra Antoniadou. From here to Eternity. Review Mauve Magazine (Art & Style). April-May, Greece.
    Sandra Smets. Oceanische Kunst. Review Drops in the Ocean. Rotterdams Dagblad  Feb 15 2005.The     Netherlands.
    Tubelight 36. Tube’s Choice: Drops in the Ocean. Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
    Despina Zefkili. Athinorama. Review Magic. Vamiali's Gallery, Athens, Greece.
    C.Hallows, Irene Hanenbergh: Mysticism, imaginary landscapes and sublime transmissions. UN     magazine. Issue 3; March 2005. Melbourne.
    C.Hallows, Catalogue Essay, Exhibition Publication Irene Hanenbergh: Mysticism, imaginary landscapes     and sublime transmissions. Jan 2005. Melbourne.
2004    Imagens Que Voce Jamais Vera Na TV. Catalogue. Carlo Sansolo & Erika Fraenkel. Sao Paulo, Brazil.
    J. Cininas, Artlink, Vol 24 # 4, Review Instinct. Dec 2004. Australia.
    L. Vasiliou, Instinct, Exhibition catalogue, Monash University Museum of Art. Essay by Liza Vasiliou.     Melbourne. ISBN 0975111078. Aug 2004.
    A.Crawford, Review, Instinct. The Age, Sep 2004. Melbourne.
    C.Hallows, Irene Hanenbergh: On mysticism, imaginary landscapes and sublime transmissions,     Sep/Oct 2004. Essay. Art & Excess Symposium, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT.
VI International Art & Film Festival, Exhibition Catalogue. Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau, Havana, Cuba.
    Girlpower 3. Tessi Spiliotis. Exhibition catalogue. Artistpage contribution. Athens, Greece.
    Tracey Clement. Review. VideoLoveHateVideo, Phatspace, Sydney Morning Herald, Oct 2004.
2003    HomeComing, Hilde Aagaard, Artistpage contribution ‘SuperWish’, Oslo, Norway ISBN960-87354-4-    0.
    RUBIK # 14, Artistpage contribution. Issue 14. Issue curated by J.Gorman, J.Lynch, M.Ussher.     Melbourne.
    Lucinda Strahan. Review, Candy Connections. Conical Contemporary Art Space. The Age. April 24 2003    G.Deftereos. Wallcandy. Exhibition catalogue. Essay. Conical Contemporary Art Space. April 2003.
    SBS Radio; Y.Davies. Broadcast 21 Nov 2003, Australia (transcript available MP3)
V Salon y Coloquio Internacional de Arte Digital (V International Art & Film Festival). Centro Cultural Pablo de la Torriente Brau & Gallery Carmen Montilla. Exhibition Catalogue, Havana, Cuba.
    Australian Network for Art and Technology. Irene Hanenbergh.The Fifth Exhibition and Colloquium     of Digital Art, Newsletter 54 Sept-Nov 03, Adelaide.
2000    ABSOLUT Celebration  Exhibition Catalogue, DESTE  Centre for Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece
    M. Kahan (ed.), 'Absolut Hanenbergh', Absolut Art, The Absolut Company, Stockholm, Sweden.     ABSOLUT Collectors Publication, European Collection; Millesgarden.
1997    A.Gilbert, 'Irene Hanenbergh', ARTI International; Art Today, Vol.33, 1997, Athens, Greece.
1996    I.Savani. The Art Magazine The Art Agenda Vol. 2, Pg. 11. Review. Athens, Greece.
    This is what I like So it's how I do it and That is what you see. Exhibition catalogue. Essays by     I.Savani (Irene Hanenbergh) and E.Athanassiou (The substance of Watery Reality), Athens, Greece
    Athens School of Fine Art. Graduation Exhibition catalogue. National Gallery of Athens, Athens, Greece.
1995    ABSOLUT CULT 95. Absolut Art Event of the Year. Exhibition catalogue. Pieridis Museum of
    Contemporary Art, Athens, Greece.
    CHAOS. Art and Design Magazine, Artistpage contribution. Trabakopoulos, Athens, Greece.
1994    Dimosthenis Davvetas, Irene Hanenbergh. Exhibition catalogue, essay. Gallery Olga Georgadeas, Greece.
1993    Robbert Roos. Het Boudoir van PM, Het Utrechts Nieuwsblad 14 Jan 1993, The Netherlands.
    Mirjam Westen. Het Boudoir van PM: Kijken en bekeken willen worden. HN Magazine 30 Jan 1993, The     Netherlands.
1992    Iris Dik &Tanya Von Barnau-Sythoff. The Case for Personal Experience. Ruimte Magazine 4, Vol.9    Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
    The PM Boudoir. Metropolis M Art Magazine. Review. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
    Rabobank. Promotional booklet 1992, The Netherlands.
    L. Kokkini. Greece-The Netherlands: Contemporary artists in Athens. Exhibition catalogue. Athens.
    Herma Hekkema. Nieuwsblad van het Noorden, Interview 26 Aug 1992.
    Y.Kolokotronis. Athens 90 - 92 Irene Hanenbergh. Exhibition Catalogue; Essay, Athens, Greece.
    VISUM, NUFFIC Magazine; I. Hanenbergh. The Hague, The Netherlands.
1991    I. Hanenbergh. Van de driekleur naar de Griekse kore. The University of Groningen, The Netherlands.
1990    Gerard Lakke. Bijvoorbeeld Art Magazine. Feature interview, Vol.22 No.1.1990, The Netherlands.
    Y.Kolokotronis. Relics. Exhibition Catalogue. Essay. Thessaloniki, Greece.
1989     Frits Maats.  Het avontuur van een ontmoeting. Exhibition Catalogue Noordkunst, The Netherlands.
    Rijdend door Drenthe. W. Koeneman. Illustrated short stories, Horipress, The Netherlands.
    Timeless. Dutch National Radio Broadcast. Interview 30 min. The Netherlands. 29 Oct 1989
     (transcript available as MP3)
    Nienke Denekamp. Drents Groningse Pers. Interview 21 Oct 1989 (Noordkunst).
    Foundation for Visual Arts, Design & Architecture, Catalogue Stipends, Amsterdam, The    Netherlands.
    Henk Peeters. Salon der Debutantenkrant. Exhibition Catalogue. Slagharen. The Netherlands.
1988    Academy of Fine Arts Minerva, Graduation Catalogue, Groningen, The Netherlands.