Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts

Rasmus Nilausen

Master in fine Arts. Pictorial practices

Qualifications and academic training

  • Master in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona

Activity and/or professional career

Through painting, text and installation, he develops exhibition projects that investigate the notion and functioning of perception. It is an artistic practice dedicated to the creation of objects and narratives that interpret and question the historical canon from the present day.


Research residency at the Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, The Netherlands (2017-18)


Soups and Symptoms. Rasmus Nilausen, Paintings 2011-2016. Max Andrews. Barcelona City Council (2016)


  • Theater of Doubts, Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (2021)
  • Permanent Renovation, Patio Herreriano Museum. Valladolid (2021)
  • Bluetooth, Overgaden, Institute of Contemporary Art. Copenhagen (2019)
  • Eyedialect, Team (gallery, inc.) New York, NY (2019)
  • Different From Words, Christian Andersen. Copenhagen (2019)
  • Idiolect, Not to be confused with Eyedialect, garcía | gallery. Madrid (2018)
  • A Three Sided Coin, Plat. Amsterdam (2018)
  • New Contemporaries, Institute of Contemporar Art (ICA), Londres (2011)


  • OSIC, Raben-Levetzauske Fond, Hielmstierne-Rosencroneske Stiftelse, Oticon Fonden, Lauritzen Fonden (academic scholarship)
  • Danish Art Foundation, OSIC, Grosserer LF Foghts Fond (artistic scholarship)
  • Art Nou, 2015 (artistic scholarship)
  • BCN Producció, 2012 (artistic scholarship)
  • Bloomberg New Contemporaries, 2011 (Art Scholarship)