For more than 25 years, celebrated Danish photographer Jan Grarup has been documenting conflicts and natural disasters all across the globe. His photographs have earned him great international acclaim and won him a number of prestigious awards.
But what happens to a person who one moment finds himself in the midst of an African genocide and the next is back to the normality of everyday life with his children and girlfriend? How does a war photographer actually work with his pictures? And what happens to us when we are confronted with the images a war photographer has chosen to share with us? These are just a few of the questions that will be answered when Brandts 13 presents Jan Grarups first major retrospective exhibition as part of the Cities and Memory photo biennale. An exhibition that for the first time also reveals some of his more private works.
The exhibition is curated and produced in collaboration with Jan Garup.
Jernbanegade 13, 5000, Odense C