Photo exhibition Hans Christian Andersen’s Museum

The 10-meter long photo exhibition “De Klippede” can now be seen by H.C. Andersen’s House in Odense. Today Radio Fyn came by and interviewed about the exhibition.

“De Klippede” can roughly be translated as “Those who have been cut free from the paper“.

It is the photographer Karen Relster from Odense who has taken the ten photos that makes up the exhibition about De Klippede.

Exhibition: 12 Oct. 2010 – 28. Nov. 2010.

Venue: Hans Christian Andersen’s Museum, Bangs Boder 29, 5000 Odense C.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday at 10-16. Admission: Adults DKK 60. Children and young people under 18 are free admission.

De Klippede is a thought-provoking encounter with 10 quirky existences, all of which have been hidden deep inside my paper. After getting a helping hand from my scissors, they are all cut free. Now they move happily in our diverse world.

The photo exhibition "De Klippede" with paper cuts by Torben Jarlstrøm Clausen and photos by Karen Relster at Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Odense, Denmark