Hans Christian Andersen. Poet with pen and scissors
"Hans Christian Andersen. Poet with pen and scissors."
The fairytale writers and his art knows every child: the Danish writer Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) who already attained while still alive the biggest fame with fairy tale like "The emperor's new clothes", "The princess on the pea", "The ugly duckling" or "The little mermaid" and whose literary work was translated into 156 languages. The sensitive are nearly unknown against it and unexpectedly moulder to seeming works on paper which the prominent author gave away while still alive though to friends, but to the public opinion did not reveal. His work reaches from radically abstracted Italy sceneries about absurdly seeming silhouettes up to folding pictures to experiment as it hardly knew the 19th century till then. For the first time in Germany the arts centre of Bremen presents a great exhibition on this subject.
Opening times: Tue 10am-9pm/ Wed-Sun 10am-6pm; Closed on mondays (different opening times on holidays)
Price: € 13.00 per person
Reductions: children up to 18 years are free
Valid: from 20.10.2018-24.02.2019