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„Femme et Féminité“ in Luxemburg
19.01.2017
„Femme et Féminité“ in Luxemburg
25 europäische Kunstschaffende zeigen Werke in Hotel-Atrium
Luxembourg. 25 europäische Künstlerinnen und Künstler aus 8 Nationen, darunter Art-Transmitter-Künstlerin Renata Linnhoff (unser Foto), stellen vom 28. Januar bis 10. März 2017 im Atrium des noblen Hotel Sofitel Luxembourg Europe in der Stadt Luxemburg aus.

Die Privat-Vernissage am 27. Januar um 18.00 Uhr ist nur für geladene Gäste bzw. nach persönlicher Voranmeldung (dorothee.hengen@sofitel.com) zugänglich. Kunstkritikerin Nathalie Becker führt in die Ausstellung ein, Julia Belova hat als Pianistin die musikalische Gestaltung inne. Die Ausstellung wird unter Mitwirkung der Association Femmes en Détresse Luxembourg ASBL realisiert.

- Foto: G. Peitz -
Kunst auf Kaugummis und Streichhölzern
16.01.2017
Kunst auf Kaugummis und Streichhölzern
Rav Vision zeigt in New York Werke von Ben Wilson und Pradeep Kumar
New York. The British outsider art magazine Raw Vision will be presenting miniature masterpieces of Ben Wilson, London’s famous chewing gum artist whose tiny paintings enliven the sidewalks, and of Pradeep Kumar who has found fame in India for his minute matchstick and toothpick carved figures. You can see the artworks and meet RV editor John Maizels and US editor Edward Gomez at the Outsider Art Fair New York, Jan 19–22, 2017 ( Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street).


- Foto: RV press release -
www.outsiderartfair.com
05.01.2017
MUSEU DE IMAGENS DO INCONSCIENTE, Rio de Janeiro
Collection of works „made by schizophrenic patients“ at the Pedro Psychiatric Center
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Art-Transmitter.de got some information about outsider art in Brazil, although this term is not used in this description from Rio which informs in a oversized psychiatric way - less in congruence with contemporary reception of outs-ider art as (normal) part of the art scene. Self-description reads like this:

„The Museum of Images of the Unconscious had its origin in the workshops of pain-ting and modeling of the department of occupational therapy organized by Dr. Nise da Silveira in 1946 at the Peter II Psychiatric Center. It happened that the produc-tions of these workshops was so abundant and showed itself to be of such great scientific and utilitarian interest in psychiatric treatment that painting and modeling assumed a special position. From this was born the idea of organizing a museum to unite the works created in these departments with the idea of offering the research conditions for the study of images and symbols and for accompanying the evolution of clinical cases through the spontaneous plastic productions.

On the 20th of May 1952 the Museum of Images of the Unconscious was opened in a small room. On the 28th September 1956 it was moved to more spacious quarters opened in the presence of the famous psychiatrists Henry Ey, Paris; Lopez Ibor, Madrid; Ramon Sarró, Barcelona, who were in Rio at the invitation of the University of Brazil. Already by that date according to Professor Lopez Ibor, the Museum of Images of the Unconscious "had an artistic psychopathological collection unique in the world". The museum went on growing. Directly attached to the painting and mo-deling workshops, it receives every day new plastic documents. Its collection about 300.000 documents including canvases, paintings on cardboard or paper, drawings and models. The Museum is a live center for study and research on the images of the unconscious, open to students from all school of psychiatry.

On June 7th, 1978, Ronald Laing (British anti-psychiatrist, - note from editor art-transmitter.de) wrote that the work carried out here "represents an extremely im-portant contribution to the scientific study of the psychotic process". Since July 1968 a study group has functioned, as an activity of the Museum, its chief aim being the accompanying of the psychotic process by means of half-yearly exhibitions of pain-tings. This study group has a distinctly marked interdisciplinary character which al-lows for the constant exchange between clinical experience, theoretical knowledge of psychology and psychiatry, cultural anthropology, history, art and education.“


Museu de Imagens do Inconsciente, Rua Ramiro Magalhaes 521, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil. Phone 55 21 596 8460, Email: museu.inconsciente@bol.com.br
www.museum.com/jb/museum?id=23116
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18.05.2018
Saar-Mosel-Selbsthilfekarawane zieht weiter an den Rhein
SeelenWorte RLP und SeelenLaute Saar & Freunde am 2./3.6. in Worms

Saar-Mosel-Selbsthilfekarawane zieht weiter an den Rhein

Worms. Regionale Selbsthilfe 2018 on tour! Mit Standorten in Saarbrücken, Merzig, Saarburg und Trier sind die beiden überregional bekannten Selbsthilf mehr
11.05.2018
C.G. Jung-Sammlung in St. Gallen
Im Museum im Lagerhaus bis 8. Juli
St. Gallen (Schweiz). Unter dem Titel „In the Land of Imagination“ wird die C.G. Jung-Sammlung hier zum ersten Mal der Öffentlichkeit gezeigt. In der mehr
07.05.2018
Unruhe und Architektur
Neue Ausstellung bei Sammlung Prinzhorn ab 17. Mai
Heidelberg. Zur Eröffnung der Ausstellung „Unruhe und Architektur“ lädt Museum Sammlung Prinzhorn für Mittwoch, den 16. Mai 2018 um 19.00 Uhr ein. In mehr