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until December 20, 2019

Japanese chef-turned-artist Hiroyuki Doi’s circle drawings are currently on view at Ozu Washi in Tokyo.

Ozu Washi 
3-6-2 Nihonbashi Honcho, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo, Japan 

until January 8, 2020 

137 Pillars Suites & Residences Bangkok presents an exhibition and a series of workshops focusing works created by artists from two local organisations – the Na Kittikoon Foundation and the Autistic Thai Foundation. The artwork will be on display at the Baan Borneo Club, and Louie’s Tiffin Grill at 137 Pillars Suites & Residences Bangkok.

137 Pillars Suites & Residences Bangkok
59/1 Sukhunvit Soi 39, Klongton-Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110, Thailand


until December 31, 2020

"Unhinged: On Jitterbugs, Melancholics and Mad-Doctors" tells the story of fools, idiots and madmen, but also stresses the importance of mental wellbeing in an increasingly complex society. Through five themes the exhibition analyses that ‘other’ that disturbs as well as fascinates. For a long time ‘abnormal’ behaviour was locked up in impressive institutions, but today psychiatric care reaches far beyond those walls. The exhibition draws attention to the evolution and influence of power relations in psychiatry and tries to grasp the many labels that are a help as well as a hindrance. It brings the mind-body debate to the fore and shows how imagination gives perspective and makes the unspeakable visible.

Unhinged mixes unique pieces with compelling anecdotes, big theories with hidden testimonies. Objects, books and arts come and go. Rather than burying psychiatry in history, Unhinged emphasises the acute importance of mental health today.

Museum Dr Guislain
Jozef Guislainstraat 43, 9000 Ghent, Belgium


Amélie Ravalec's documentary Art & Mind, which explores art, madness and the unconscious, is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray.

Order now via bit.ly/artminddvd

View the trailer here.

until March 15, 2020

Curated by António Saint Silvestre of Treger Saint Silvestre Collection, "Lusofolia: Insane Beauty" features work by Manuel Bonifácio, Jaime Fernandes, Daniel Gonçalves, Marilena Pelosi and other well-known and lesser-known outsiders, plus drawings by unknown Angolan artists.

Centro de Arte Oliva
Rua da Fundição, 240, São João da Madeira, Portugal 3700-119