The Museum of Everything is the critically-acclaimed travelling space for unintentional, untrained, undiscovered and unclassifiable artists. Since 2009 the museum has welcomed 750,000 visitors to installations in London, Paris, Moscow and at the 2013 Venice Biennale.
The Workshops of Everything is a charitable initiative which celebrates the world’s most dynamic self-taught studio artists, with works exhibited at Le Palais de Tokyo (Paris), La Collection de l’Art Brut (Lausanne), Maison Rouge (Paris) and the MoMA (New York).
Artists include sightless ceramicist Alan Constable, fanatic illustrator Giovanni Galli, figurative painter Irène Gerard, award-winning textist Dan Miller, personal diarist Harald Stoffers and pop pugilist Tomoyuki Shinki.
Many of these important self-taught makers are being offered to museums, curators and collectors for the first time, with artworks selected exclusively by The Museum of Everything in conjunction with the artists and their studios.