Papirklip: A Global and Timeless Art

On view November 26, 2021 - May 20, 2022


Exhibition Type

temporary

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From the time paper was invented, people have realized that they can cut it to create intricate images and patterns. This new exhibition will celebrate the Danish traditional craft of papirklip. Featuring many contemporary artists, Papirklip places the art of papercutting in a global and historical context while highlighting the Danish styles that have been passed through generations.

This exhibition is sponsored by the descendants of Nadjeschda and Niels Overgaard, who inspired generations of the Overgaard family to celebrate their Danish heritage.

Virtual program:

Papirklip & Hygge 
Sunday, January 30 at 3 pm Central

Learn to create wonderful paper-cut beings with Danish artist, Torben Jarlstrøm Clausen; via Zoom. In this online workshop the participants can experience the very best of cutting paper. Participants will also be exploring the paper cut artwork of renowned storyteller Hans Christian Andersen, and Torben Jarlstrøm Clausen’s own journey to becoming a paper cutting artist. Tickets >

// Exhibition press release