Jenny mannerheim
Born is Stockholm, Sweden 1977

After high-school graduation in Sweden in 1996 Jenny Mannerheim moves to Paris where she starts studying art and film. After a year in Paris she pursues her film studies in New york at New York University.

In 1998 she enrolls in Parsons School of design Communication design BFA program.
She manages to divide her studies with one year at Parsons Paris, one year in London at Central Saint Martin's School of design and two years in Parsons New York!
She wins various scholarship for example the prestigious Henry Wolff Scholarship and by graduation in spring 2002 she is already working at powerHouse books and about to finish an artist book 'Punk Picasso' with Larry Clark.

Moving back to Paris in 2002 she starts working as an art director for various fashion magazines such as Numéro, Vogue Hommes International and Beaux Arts magazine.

In 2004 Jenny is launching Nuke magazine and opening her own gallery in Paris, Galerie Nuke ( or

Nuke 'Generation Polluée' is an art magazine on the theme of Art & Ecology to serve as an extended “self-portrait of a Polluted Generation” by giving space and opportunities for young artists, writers and designers to express themselves.

Since 2006 Jenny is also the Art Director of the huge contemporary art book series called Made by…
published by the famous art dealer Enrico Navarra and directed by Fabrice Bousteau, editor-in-chief of Beaux arts Magazine.

She is also the art director of Blast, Intersection and ExtraSmall magazine.