Hanna von Goeler received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, Davis. She completed additional post graduate study at the Jan van Eyck Academy in the Netherlands, a program which selects 25 participants annually from around the globe.

Born in Europe, von Goeler's family moved to the United States while she was still an infant. Her father worked as a physicist at Princeton University. The international atmosphere there, as well as her bilingual upbringing and frequent travels led to her preoccupation with the fluidity of identity, culture and perception. Her parents' wartime experiences, as well, influence her work and perspective. 

Von Goeler exhibits internationally. Her ongoing currency work was selected by Robert Storr for exhibition at Exit Art in New York, NY.  Her work has been shown at venues such as Hunter College’s Times Square Gallery, Sloan Fine Art, The Lodge Gallery, Mayson Gallery, ABC No Rio and at the The Habeas Lounge: Focus on the Economy, a public art project sponsored by Arts: World Financial Center, in New York City; The Museum Bellrive in Zurich, Switzerland; The Museum of Arts and Crafts Itami in Japan; Kunsthhal KaDE, Amsterdam Drawing, Phoebus Gallery in the Netherlands; The Hunterdon Museum of Art; The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (Hudson Valley MOCA); Princeton University’s Bernstein Gallery at the Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs; The Cumberland Gallery in Nashville; Galeria Ajolote Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico; The Osprey Arts Center, Nova Scotia; the Naracje Festival for Installation and Intervention in Public Space in Gdansk, Poland, etc.  

Her work has been featured in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, MSN, Another Magazine and the Stuttgarter Zeitung; in books such as Malek Abou’s Fondement Metaphysiques du Dollar and Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawing (Matt Bua and Maximillian Goldfarb); as well as in museum and gallery catalogs and online blogs.

Hanna von Goeler's work is represented by High Noon Gallery in New York City.

BLOG

Exhibition about shadows with works by Vito Acconci, Charles Atlas, Dirk van Baburen, Aram Bartholl, Christian Boltanski, Jim Campbell, David Claerbout, Haim Elmoznino, Mounir Fatmi, Ellis Gallagher, Hanna von Goeler, Samuel van Hoogstraten, Mella Jarsma, William Kentridge, Ralph Kistler, Germaine Kruip, Couziijn van Leeuwen, Gabriel Lester, Zilla Leutenegger, Mark Lewis, Raphael Lozano-Hemmer, Wolfgang M√ľnch and Kiyoshi Furukawa, Serge One, Lotte Reiniger, Viviane Sassen, Hyojung Set, Teresa Serrano, Conrad Shawcross, Sam Taylor-Wood, The One Minutes, Dimitri Vangrunderbeek, Kara Walker, Andy Warhol, Diet Wiegman.

BIOGRAPHY

Hanna von Goeler received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Rhode Island School of Design and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of California, Davis. She completed additional post graduate study at the Jan van Eyck Academy in the Netherlands, a program which selects 25 participants annually from around the globe.

Born in Europe, von Goeler's family moved to the United States while she was still an infant. Her father worked as a physicist at Princeton University. The international atmosphere there, as well as her bilingual upbringing and frequent travels led to her preoccupation with the fluidity of identity, culture and perception. Her parents' wartime experiences, as well, influence her work and perspective. 

Von Goeler exhibits internationally. Her ongoing currency work was selected by Robert Storr for exhibition at Exit Art in New York, NY.  Her work has been shown at venues such as Hunter College’s Times Square Gallery, Sloan Fine Art, The Lodge Gallery, Mayson Gallery, ABC No Rio and at the The Habeas Lounge: Focus on the Economy, a public art project sponsored by Arts: World Financial Center, in New York City; The Museum Bellrive in Zurich, Switzerland; The Museum of Arts and Crafts Itami in Japan; Kunsthhal KaDE, Amsterdam Drawing, Phoebus Gallery in the Netherlands; The Hunterdon Museum of Art; The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (Hudson Valley MOCA); Princeton University’s Bernstein Gallery at the Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs; The Cumberland Gallery in Nashville; Galeria Ajolote Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico; The Osprey Arts Center, Nova Scotia; the Naracje Festival for Installation and Intervention in Public Space in Gdansk, Poland, etc.  

Her work has been featured in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, MSN, Another Magazine and the Stuttgarter Zeitung; in books such as Malek Abou’s Fondement Metaphysiques du Dollar and Architectural Inventions: Visionary Drawing (Matt Bua and Maximillian Goldfarb); as well as in museum and gallery catalogs and online blogs.

Hanna von Goeler's work is represented by High Noon Gallery in New York City.