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Elijah Pierce Short Film by Breakaway Films

This short film by created by Jeffrey Wolf, Breakaway Films, edited by Zach Wolf, gives an insight into the life and work of Elijah Pierce, who is featured in Raw Vision 105.

Galerie Polysemie, Marseille

until April 25, 2020

Galerie Polysemie presents a selection of Russian outsider art. Featured artists include Pijova, Romanenkov, Zeleny Kuznetsova, Makarov, Leonov, Lobanov, Kornilova, Medvedeva and Sarafanov.

Atelier Polysémie
12 rue de la Cathédrale 13002 Marseille, France

Ricco/Maresca Gallery, New York

April 23 – May 23, 2020

In light of current events, Ricco/Maresca Gallery has decided to postpone the opening of "Rosie Camanga: Flash!" to April 23, 2020. It will be the inaugural exhibition of the new expanded gallery space and the launch of Gallery Two, showcasing an ever-changing salon that will reflect the past, present and future directions of Ricco/Maresca.

Ricco/Maresca Gallery
529 West 20th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10011

Call for Submissions for euward Award

Once again, euward, the Award for Painting and Graphic Arts in the Context of Mental Disability, by the Munich-based Augustinum Foundation is open for entries. Until May 20, 2020, artists with cognitive impairments may submit entries to the respected art award. The prize will be awarded at an exhibition opening ceremony in April 2021 at Haus der Kunst in Munich.

Information about how to submit applications can be found at www.euward.de.

Creative Growth Art Center, Oakland, CA

until April 22, 2020

Creative Growth presents "The Rainbow Two". Titled by artist Nicole Storm, this shared exhibition of paintings by herself and Ron Veasey celebrates their work in Creative Growth’s Studio for over 25 years. 

Creative Growth Art Center
355 24th Street, Oakland, CA 94612

Galerie Gugging, Austria

until May 29, 2020

In this anniversary year, the gallery gugging dedicates itself to one of the most important Gugging ArtistsOswald Tschirtner, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday this year. We combine works by Tschirtner with the Cuban artist Misleidys Castillo Pedroso. Her artworks can be found in public and private collections.

“The two artists are separated by 65 years, many thousands of kilometres as well as their very individual artistic formal language, and yet they are connected with each other in a very special way”, says Nina Katschnig. While Misleidys Castillo Pedroso creates kind of a private mythology from an isolated position, Oswald Tschirtner’s works have always been created only on request in the presence of a second – first Dr. Navratil, then Dr. Feilacher.

These two artistic personalities come together in an interesting way in the exhibition “… powerful female – delicate male …“ until May 29, 2020. 

Galerie Gugging
Am Campus 2, 3400 Maria Gugging, Austria

Project Ability, Glasgow, UK

until April 9, 2020

In August 2019 Glasgow hosted the 16th World Conference for the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual and Development Disabilities. Project Ability was asked to coordinate a juried art exhibition to be on display during the conference. For this exhibition, judges from the Project Ability team have selected five of those artists, who all have a disability and live in Scotland.

Project Ability Gallery
First floor, Trongate 103, Glasgow, UK

Barbier-Mueller Museum, Geneva

until September 27, 2020

The Barbier-Mueller Museum dedicates its new exhibition to the mysterious stone statues by the anonymous artist known as “Barbus Müller". The eleven works from the Barbier-Mueller collection are presented alongside two works from the Collection de l'Art Brut in Lausanne and five others from private collections. The exhibition is further enriched by a selection of works by Jean Dubuffet, who was an admirer of the earliest Barbus Müller works. A catalogue contextualises the works and reveals new insights about their origin.

Musée Barbier-Mueller
Rue Jean-Calvin 10, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland



Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York

until April 11, 2020

"Eugene Von Bruenchenhein: Drawings 1964-67" brings together a selection of Eugene Von Bruenchenhein's (1910-1983) drawings from the mid-1960s, a little-seen, yet vital piece of his peripatetic practice. These drawings elaborate on a host of aesthetic and conceptual concerns found in his more well-known work in painting, sculpture and photography.

A selection is included in the gallery's booth presentation at the Independent Art Fair in New York thorugh March 8.

Click here to hear Andrew Edlin discuss the history of outsider art in a recent interview with Juxtapoz magazine.

Andrew Edlin Gallery  
212 Bowery, New York, NY 10012

Kunsthaus Kannen, Münster

until March 29, 2020

The exhibition “Wavelength” opens a creative dialogue between students from the Münster Art Academy and studio artists from Kunsthaus Kannen through a wide variety of media: painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and film. Artists explore whether there is a wavelength connecting art and psychiatry.

Kunsthaus Kannen
Alexianer Münster GmbH, Alexianerweg 9, 48163 Münster, Germany