Anne Geene lives and works in The Hague, the Netherlands. Her work will be included in The Gallery of Honour of Dutch Photography in the Nederlands Fotomuseum. In 2021 she will have a solo-exhibition ‘Accumulation of Things’, Vestibulum, in the Kröller-Müller Museum, in Otterlo (NL).
Anne Geene studied photography at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague and graduated in 2010 at Sint Joost, Breda. She concluded her photography studies with a Masters's degree in photography at the University of Leiden in 2012. Her graduation project ‘No 235 / Encyclopaedia of an Allotment’ was chosen the best photobook of 2010 by NRC and the project was purchased by the Nederlands Fotomuseum. In 2014 she won the Unseen Talent Award and her work was selected for several national and international exhibitions and collections. With ‘Ornithology’, a quasi-scientific standard work about birds which she made together with Arjan de Nooy, she won the international prize for best book of 2017 (Goldene Letter, buchmesse Leipzig). In 2018 she won the Volkskrant Visual Art Award (both jury and public award) for her oeuvre. The Museum of the Plant was partly purchased by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. In 2019 she had an exhibition with Arjan de Nooy The Universal Photographer in the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague.