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been... to James Ensor 1860-1949: Theatre of Masks. One of Belgium's premier expressionist artists, Ensor was drawn to the fantastic and macabre, and the carnival become a subject for many pieces. Ends Sunday: Barbican Centre, London, 0171-382 7105. Tickets pounds 5. Open 10am-6:45pm Thurs-Sat, 12pm-6:45pm Sun.

spoken... with a stranger. Passers-by are lured into dialogue via the Internet in Susan Collins's exhibit In Conversation. Meanwhile, images of them are captured by a surveillance camera. Ends tomorrow: Duke Street, Brighton, at www.inconversation.com and Fabrica, 40 Duke Street, Brighton, 3pm-7pm.

seen... Penny for the Guy. London children are captured in a series of moving photographs begging for the traditional penny for the guy. Ends Sunday: Museum of London, London Wall, 0171-600 3699. Tickets pounds 4, pounds 2 concessions. Open 10am-5:50pm Tues-Sat, 12pm-5.50pm Sun.

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