A variety of rotating programs featuring artist portraits, visits to group studios (also known as ‘ateliers’), previous exhibitions by The Museum of Everything and roundtable discussions.
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THE ATELIERS OF EVERYTHING
A series of short observational films taking you inside leading European studios dedicated to supporting the work of artists living with disability, including Atelier Goldstein, Studio Gugging, HPCA Werkstätten, Die Schlumper, Atelier De Ka, Atelier Herenplaats and CEC La Hesse.
THE SALON OF EVERYTHING
A series of discussions led by James Brett, founder of The Museum of Everything, with leading curators, artists and art critics, filmed at the Venice Biennale in 2013. Featuring:
Who and What is an Outsider?
With New York art critics Roberta Smith and Jerry Saltz.
The Madness of Artmakers
With psychiatrist and writer Vittorino Andreoli, and artists Enrico David and Thomas Houseago.
The Pros and Cons of Inclusion
Led by Professor Andrew Renton, with artists Alice Anderson and Jessica Jackson Hutchins, and Bose Krishnamachari and Shwetal Patel, directors of the 2012 Kochi Biennale in India.
Exoticism in Contemporary Art
With curator Jean-Hubert Martin, Edward Blanchard of the American Folk Art Museum, and Joëlle Pijaudier-Cabot, former director of Lille Métropole Museum of Modern, Contemporary and Outsider Art.
Doing the Things Which Are Missing
With artist Peter Fischli, curator Daniel Baumann, museum director Beatrix Ruf and gallerist José Kuri.
The Life and Work of Anna Zemánková
With writer and critic Terezie Zemánková.
TOURS OF EVERYTHING
A glimpse of previous shows by The Museum of Everything held throughout Europe, where artists from local communities were invited to participate in the exhibitions.
Discover the artist behind the art, featuring Sri Nek Chand Saini, who built a sculpture garden that became a major Indian tourist attraction, and Judith Scott, whose emotive work came to be only when her twin sister rescued her from institutionalisation.
Header image: Untitled Hans-Jeorg Georgi
Cardboard, plastic, glue. 1m x 1m.
Image courtesy of The Museum Of Everything