Saturday, 20 August 2011

The Museum of Everything Comes To Selfridges!

A bit of a sensation in the art world since 2009, The Museum of Everything has brought together critics and the public to view work by untrained and unexhibited artists from all over the world.
The fourth exhibition is about to take over the windows of one of London's most iconic shopping emporiums - Selfridges - making it the largest art installation in the history of the store. The exhibition will occupy the Orchard and Oxford Street windows and once you've glanced at those, you can step inside the Ultralounge to view over 200 never-before-seen artworks.
There will also be a Shop of Everything in the Concept Store, selling beautiful and unique bespoke items and collectables, with all proceeds going towards the museum and its artists. There's even a fashion edge this year, with the museum featuring its own label, Everything Ltd in The Wonder Room, along with collaborations by artists showing in the exhibition with fashion designers - such as the capsule range 'Project Six' by Clements Ribeiro featuring a shift dress with a lip print by Tom Wagener and Tracey Neuels' quirky pair of lace-ups covered in a scribble print by Dan Miller (below).
Image © The Museum of Everything
Exhibition #4 is The Museum of Everything's most radical show to date, giving everyone (especially us Londoners, hurrah!) the opportunity to see some of the most colourful, complex and playful work, which would otherwise remain invisible, not just in museums and galleries, but in modern art and design culture as a whole. Shame huh? So don't miss this feast for the eyes which will also stir your senses when it arrives at Selfridges on 2nd September to 25th October, 2011. For more info and to find out about the other events surrounding the exhibition, head to
See you there!
Image © Tarik Echols - King of Pop


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