Laurie Marshall featured in international exhibition in London, England!!!

Laurie Marshall, our beloved Gachet Associate Member is currently being featured in a huge exhibition in London, UK. Read the details below.

We are proud of you Laurie, well done!

THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING

EXHIBITION #4

opens September 2nd 2011
London, Great Britain

Hidden from view around our world, humble pockets of creativity bustle, dynamic studios where self-taught artists discover, form and make.

The Museum of Everything invites you to discover Exhibition #4, over two hundred drawings, paintings and sculptures by international contemporary artists for whom creation is not just art, it is language.

Experience the vast flying cities of Hans-Jorg Georgi, the voluptous female conspirators of Giovanni Galli and the oven-baked cameras of ceramicist Alan Constable – three of the artists in this, Britain’s first ever survey of progressive studios from right across the planet.

For this project only, The Museum of Everything has left Primrose Hill and travelled to the heart of the capital, to Selfridges – London’s number one department store – where Exhibition #4 now occupies over 15,000 square feet, making it the most expansive art collaboration in the history of the shop.

The Museum of Everything has curated the entire Ultralonge exhibition hall and all the windows along Oxford Street and Orchard Street. On the ground floor, The Shop of Everything features an array of custom goods to benefit the museum and its artists, plus The Cafe of Everything, fuelled by the finest coffee machinists in the country, De Longhi.

Exhibition #4 is open now until 25th October 2011. We invite you to visit and experience the show – and for those of unable to do so, the digital show Exhibition #4d is a click away at www.digevery.com.

Yours in Everything, The Museum of Everything

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THE WORKSHOPS OF EVERYTHING

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The Workshops of Everything is a charity initiative to highlight the role of progressive art workshops for artists with developmental and other disabilities. If you are an artist yourself or know of one who might be interested in our weekly live art workshops, please click here.

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To discover more about The Museum of Everything via its infrequent and misspelled newsletter, click here.

To buy some sensational cut-price merchandise from The Shop of Everything, now bigger and more kick-ass than ever, please click here.

To hear clicks, click here.

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EVERYTHING PEOPLE WANTED

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Are you incredibly together? Do you like to say yes even when it’s obvious you should say no? Are you unconcerned about personal finances? If so, you could be a potential member of The Museum of Everything team.

We need your help to put Exhibition #4 together. If you’re interested and have from tomorrow morning until Halloween available, please click here.

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