In the heart of the Parc d’Avoy, the exhibition space MADmusée features outsider artists whose work is defined by its intelligence and sensitivity. Recently named director, Pierre Muylle will present for the occasion of the Bienniale four uncommon artists. The work of the late Czech artist Miroslav Tichy has recently seen a renewed interest in his work, obsessed as it is by the feminine image. The photographs of the Americans Lee Godie and Morton Bartlett are rare. A few of Godie’s photobooth self-portraits will be on display, as will Bartlett’s troubling images of dolls, discovered after his death. In addition to these photographs are the clay sculptures of Loulou. The scattered works of this Liège native were tracked down and brought together by the MADmusée staff for the occasion.
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