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until January 12, 2019

Galerie Hervé Courtaigne's 20th anniversary group exhibition includes works by Ody Saban and Augustin Lesage, among many others.

Galerie Hervé Courtaigne
53 Rue de Seine, 75006 Paris, France

until May 26, 2019

"Sensations. Between Passion and Pain" includes work by Johann Garber, Willem van Genk, Marc Lamy and Lies Hutting.

Museum Dr. Guislain
Jozef Guislainstraat 43, 9000 Gent, Belgium 

From Museum Dr Guilslain's website:

Everything that surrounds us tingles and shimmers. Digital screens light up. Neurons crackle under the cranium. Our senses are overwhelmed. Some people eagerly jump into this abundance of stimuli, others go under or try to find comfort in a low stimulus environment. Do we become restless or languid, do we suffer from digibesity or burnout? Today the extremes coexist: opposite the flâneur in the vibrant metropolis is a modern hermit, and bordering on the seclusion room is the roaring internet.

Sensations. In-between passion and pain picks up on the debate about the place of the individual in his raging or, on the contrary, desolate surroundings. Do we respond with boredom or irritation, are we highly sensitive or apathetic, do we look for peace and quiet or do we check off our bucket list? The exhibition explores the balance between the excess and shortage of impulses in a cultural-historical and artistic way, and researches how we feverishly try to quench our thirst for thrills, or frenetically rule them out. 

In collaboration with Kopergietery, Gezinsbond, Kinderrechtencommissariaat, Agentschap Jongerenwelzijn, Mediawijs

until December 30, 2018

"The Original Makers: Folk Art from the Cargo Collection" features more than 160 works of folk art from Birmingham Museum of Art’s permanent collection. Works of art range from quilts, drawings and paintings, to wooden and metal sculptures, and functional objects such as bird houses – all made in Alabama and several neighbouring states. Featured artists include Leroy Almon, Bessie Harvey, Shields Langdon Jones, Rev. B. F. Perkins, Herbert Singleton, Jimmy Lee Sudduth and Mose Tolliver.

Birmingham Museum of Art
2000 Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35203

until December 25, 2018

Japanese chef-turned self-taught artist, Hiroyuki Doi’s artwork is now on view at OZU WASHI, Tokyo through December 25. Doi creates images that consist of many small circles made with black-ink drawing pens on washi. He draws his unique circle drawings every day.

3-6-2 Nihonbashihoncho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 


until January 5, 2019

Works by Julia Sisi and Straiph Wilson are being shown at Copenhagen Outsider Art Gallery. Titled "+2", the exhibition presents Sisi’s powerful portrayals of faces, along with Straiph Wilson's seven ceramic heads.

Copenhagen Outsider Art Gallery
Gl. Kongevej 35A, 1610 Copenhagen V, Denmark