Nathalie Karg Gallery

Heidi Hahn

Heidi Hahn is a New York-based painter known for her vibrant palette, melting figures, and atmospheric moods. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Cooper Union in 2006, and her Master’s degree from Yale University in 2014. Hahn is an acting Professor of Painting and Drawing at Alfred University, NY, and has been the recipient of several awards, residencies, and fellowships, including the Jerome Foundation Grant, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture Residency, Madison, ME. She has exhibited nationally and internationally in numerous group and solo shows, including an exhibition at the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, KS, in 2018 and an exhibition at the LSU Museum of Art, LA, in 2019. Hahn has been awarded several residencies and awards, including the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and a Jerome Foundation for the Arts Grant.  Her work has also been reviewed in numerous publications, including The New York Times and Hyperallergic.

Nathalie Karg Exhibitions


OTP Short-Forms: Heidi Hahn, 2020 Curator, Amanda Quinn Olivar, Interview with Amanda Quinn Olivar, 2019 LSU Museum of Art, A Conversation with "Semblance" artist, Heidi Hahn, September 2019 Artillery, Heidi Hahn - Burn Out in Shredded Heaven, March 2019 Elephant, Charlotte Jansen, What really makes a woman, February 2019 Artnews, Annie Armstrong, Heidi Hahn Joins Kohn and Nathalie Karg Galleries, November 2018 Artsy, The 15 New York Shows You Need to See This October, September 2017 Artsy, Casey Lesser, These 20 Female Artists Are Pushing Figurative Painting Forward, June 2016 Bomb Magazine, Vulnerable Avatars: Heidi Hahn and Shana Moulton in Conversation, May 2018 The Wall Street International, Daniel Gauss, The Future is Elsewhere, November 2017 Untitled, Adam Lehrer, 8 Artists On How Gender Functions In Their Work, November 2017 The New York Times, Roberta Smith, What To See In New York Art Galleries This Week, November 2017 Blouin Art Info, Women on Pause: "The Future is Elsewhere (If It Breaks Your Heart)" by Heidi Hahn, October 2017 Artsy, The 15 New York Shows You Need to See This October, September 2017 Wicked Local Provincetown, Tal Zamir, Hahn Alters How We See Women In Art, April 2016 Portland Press Herald, Daniel Kany, Big Dreams and a Touch of Cynicism in Active Baker's American Optimism,Art Review, 2016 Hyperallergic, Patrick Neal, Figurative Painting That's Emphatically Human, 2016 Review of Heidi Hahn's Exhibition, Martha Schwendener, New York Times, February 2016 Huffington Post, 10 Badass Emerging Female Artists You Should Know, 2015