A SHORT HISTORY OF THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING

The Museum of Everything is the first and only travelling museum for untrained, unintentional, undiscovered and unclassifiable art-makers.

Since 2009 we have welcomed over 1 million visitors to our shows around the world. We work with leading artists, curators, writers and thinkers, as well as public and private institutions.

Recent projects include large-scale installations in London, Paris and Moscow, an association with the 55th Venice Biennale, which included over 20 of our artists, and an award-winning BBC1 film.

The Museum of Everything functions as an exhibitor, an archive and an activist. It creates books, films and merchandise to communicate its message. It is a registered British charity and supports multiple initiatives for artists with partial abilities.

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OUR VISION + VALUES

The Museum of Everything is a registered British charity and an officially regulated non-profit organisation.

We are dedicated to the exhibition, advancement and integration of artists from non-academic and non-traditional backgrounds.

We believe all people have the right to title of artist – no matter who they are or where they are from.

The Museum of Everything is strictly non-commercial. All our projects are funded by public donations, sponsors and institutional partners.

Any proceeds from our shop and gallery help to support our non-profit activities.
 

THE MOVIES OF EVERYTHING

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bbcThe Museum of Everything
BBC1: Imagine with Alan Yentob
2013 [Excerpt: 15 mins]
477685675_640The Museum of Everything
Exhibition #1

2009/10 [1 min]
salonThe Salon of Everything
55th Venice Biennale
2013 [2 mins]
novExhibition #5 [Nizhny Novgorod]
Garage CCC
2012/13 [3 mins] 
scottJudith Scott on BBC2
Exhibition #4 at Selfridges
2011 [10 mins]
188807607_640Studio Gugging [Vienna]
Exhibition #4 at Selfridges
2011 [4 mins]