The Gallery of Everything is London’s first and only commercial space dedicated to non-academic and private art-making.
The gallery's roster includes major historical master artists and newly discovered authors and creators. Events include group and solo exhibitions, talks, readings and happenings.
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Intersect 21 (Online)
16.02.21 - 22.02.21
The Gallery of Everything is proud to announce its inclusion in Intersect 21: the invitation-only online fair for galleries with a focus on the Middle East, North Africa and California.
For Intersect 21, The Gallery of Everything has chosen six independent and individuated makers whose practices relate directly to their regions.
To visit the fair please click here.
Other material by these and other authors is available upon request. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A conversation between founder James Brett and Iranian artist and curator Morteza Zahedi on the emergence of non-academic art in Teheran and the Iranian diaspora. This online event No Place Like Home: Subcultural Art in Iran Today takes place on Friday 19 February 1pm Eastern Time. To register for this talk please click here.
James Brett will also introduce the screening of Possum Trot: The Life and Work of Calvin and Ruby Black, an astonishing glimpse into the Mojave Desert environment brought into existence by Calvin and Ruby Black: a husband and wife, whose imaginary eco-radical universe animated the barren landscape with their many hundreds of hand-made figurines. To view the screening please click here.