If you stroll down through the museum’s main walk, you will find yourself surrounded by large, strikingly thought-provoking works on paper and expressive ceramic sculptures by two internationally acclaimed artists: Danish Michael Kvium (b. 1955) and Norwegian Kjell Erik Killi-Olsen (b. 1952). Note how the artists’ familiar two-dimensional imagery from their paintings almost seem to crawl out of the canvas to settle on dishes, jars and vases. How does this transition affect the way we view the figures? See for yourself in the exhibition In Clay and Paper.


The exhibition is sponsored by Kai D Fonden


Exhibition photos of Øystein Thorvaldsen – from Bomuldsfabriken