The Museum of Everything
The Museum of Everything is a new book and art venue in Primrose Hill dedicated to the creativity of obsessive, marginalised individuals.
Given that most outsider art was never intended for any form of public viewing or display – collector and museum Founder James Brett accurately describes the venue as a ‘public museum showing extraordinary works of privacy’ – it can suffer from being seen in the too-pristine surrounds of a white cube gallery. But this unrefurbished space (holes in walls and remnants of decor remain from the dismantling of its previous incarnations) provides a sympathetic environment for work that may be lovingly crafted but is itself often made from rough and random materials.
|Location:||right behind the library on the
corner of Regents Park Road and
Sharpleshall Street, London NW1
|Times:||10:30am until 18:30pm
Wednesday to Sunday
|Dates:||13th October 2010
to Christmas 2010