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 Museum of Everything is a registered British charity and the world’s only wandering museum for untrained, unintentional, undiscovered and unclassifiable artists.
The Museum of Everything first opened in 2009 and has since welcomed over 1,000,000 visitors to its acclaimed installations in Europe, America, Australia and beyond.
The Museum of Everything is a leading advocate for private art-makers and non-academic artists. It functions as a platform for an alternative art history, working alongside leading artists, curators and writers, with international cultural institutions and non-art organisations.
Activities include large-scale shows in London, Paris, Moscow, Rotterdam and Tasmania, and a collaboration with the 55th Venice Biennale. The Museum of Everything also has a shop and gallery, the proceeds of which go to support its non-profit activities.
The Museum of Everything produces its own books, films and products, has won awards for its concept and design, and was profiled in a prize-winning BBC documentary.
The Museum of Everything is strictly non-commercial. It is dedicated to the exhibition, advancement and integration of its artists and the belief that all have the right to the title of artist - no matter who they are or where they are from.