Caleb Hahne Quintana

Caleb Hahne Quintana's artwork encompasses portraiture, landscape, and still-life paintings that capture his fascination with light and atmosphere. His work is imbued with a unique blend of history, as he explores his upbringing as a Jewish Mexican-American in rural Colorado. Hanhe Quintana underscores the intersection between memory and imagination and examines how we perceive and visualize our past experiences, and their importance in shaping our identities.


His work is characterized by a perceptive exploration of the relationship between environments and states of mind. His artistic approach towards familiar subjects is marked by a tender and deliberate attention to detail. Drawing, a stage that Hahne Quintana finds to be emancipatory, serves as the foundation of his creative process. Hahne Quintana employs an array of mediums, including coloured pencil, ink, and gouache, before culminating in the arduous task of painting. His body of work showcases the profound emotional responses that arise from place and memory, underscoring the impact of our surroundings on our psyches.


Caleb Hahne Quintana (b. 1993 in Denver, CO) received a BFA in Fine Arts from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. He has exhibited his work widely in group and solo exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL; Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO; Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles, CA; Lyles & King, New York, NY; Albert Benda, Los Angeles, CA; Alexander Berggruen, New York, NY; 1969 Gallery, New York, NY; Newchild Gallery, Antwerp; Carlye Packer, Palm Springs, CA; Kunstraum Potsdam, Germany; PM/AM, London, UK; and The FLAG Art Foundation, New York, NY. His residencies include 1969 Gallery Residency, The Cabin LA, ShowPen, RedLine Contemporary Art Center and Adventure Painting. His work was recently acquired by the Denver Art Museum, High Museum of Art, and the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami where his work is currently on view in their collection exhibition Fire Figure Fantasy. Hahne Quintana currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.




2023 / Aurora, Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles

2021 / The Earth, It Held Me, 1969 Gallery, New York

2020 / The Path From Sea to Sky, The Cabin, Los Angeles One Sun, RULE Gallery, Denver, US

2019 / Here I Am With You, Understudy Gallery, Denver, US



2023 / Art Brussels, Newchild Gallery, Brussels

2022 / ARTBO 2022, Newchild Gallery, Bogotá, Colombia

2022 / Who Tells a Tale, Adds a Tail: Latin America and Contemporary Art, Denver Art Museum, Denver

2022 / The Natural World: Part II, Alexander Berggruen, New York

2021 / The Armory Show, 1969 Gallery, New York

2021 / and I will wear you in my heart of heart, The Flag Art Foundation, New York

2020 / Ma Was Heavy, Newchild Gallery, Antwerp

2020 / Tell Them About Me, 1969 Gallery, New York