Museum of Everything - picture preview
Thursday 01 September 2011
Giving people the strength of conviction to say ‘Now, I’ve seen everything’, The Museum of Everything - otherwise known as the art world’s zaniest collection of oddities- , returns in its fourth incarnation tomorrow.
Transported from its former home in Primrose Hill to the department store Selfridges in London, the museum will occupy 15,000 square feet and will showcase more than two hundred drawings, paintings and sculptures by international contemporary artists.
Visitors can experience the vast flying cities of Hans-Jorg Georgi, the voluptuous female conspirators of Giovanni Galli and the oven-baked cameras of ceramicist Alan Constable.
On the ground floor, a new addition, The Shop of Everything, will feature an array of custom goods. While for barristas The Cafe of Everything promises every available caffeine-based offering from De Longhi.
Open 2 September to 25 October, for more information visit www.museumofeverything.com
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