The Gallery of Everything is London’s first and only commercial space dedicated to non-academic and private art-making.
The gallery's roster includes major historical master artists and newly discovered authors and creators. Events include group and solo exhibitions, talks, readings and happenings.
All proceeds from sales support The Museum of Everything, a British non-profit organisation, committed to the advancement, integration and celebration of artists and makers beyond the cultural mainstream. Please visit www.musevery.com.
The best show in London, including my own
The Museum of Everything opened in London in 2009 and has welcomed 750,000 visitors to its critically-acclaimed installations in Britain, France, Italy and its tours across Russia and beyond.
A leading advocate for non-academic and private art-making, The Museum of Everything is an exhibitor, an archive and an activist. It collaborates with contemporary artists, curators, writers and institutions, including Tate Modern, Hayward Gallery, Pinacoteca Agnelli and Garage.
This year The Museum of Everything opened its most expansive and ambitious show to date. The venue is Mona - the ground-breaking space in Tasmania, Australia, dedicated to new definitions of historic and contemporary art – which has invited The Museum of Everything for an unprecedented 10 month stay. With over 100 artists and almost 2,000 artworks, ranging from 1800 to the present day, this wide-ranging production will be the largest international exhibition of non-academic art ever staged in the country.
The Museum of Everything produces its own publications, films and retail items. Commercial collaborators include Selfridges and the Frieze Art Fair. The Museum of Everything was a signif-icant inspiration for the 55th Venice Biennale (2013) and was subsequently profiled by Alan Yentob, Creative Director of the BBC, in Imagine: Turning the Art World Inside Out (2013).
The Museum of Everything is an officially regulated non-profit organisation. It is dedicated to the exhibition, advancement and integration of creators from all backgrounds and walks of life, and supports the right of all to the title of artist - no matter who they are or where they are from.