The Museum of Everything is looking for unknown artists and their works. This is a traveling project by Briton James Brett. The organizer of the exhibition is not looking for professionals who create paintings for the "market". The “Museum of Everything” needs sincere, direct works written at the request of the soul and heart.
The Museum of Everything is two white and red large containers on wheels. In one, James Brett communicates with artists who bring their works. In the second, the works that the organizers liked are put on public display. In 2012, the traveling museum reached Russia and rolled around Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod and St. Petersburg.
In Moscow, the Museum of Everything will stay at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture and will continue to look for extraordinary artists there. You can come on August 23-26 and 30-31, September 1-2 and 6-9 to evaluate the work of other masters and show your "imperishable".
Don't forget to bring your passport if you want to submit your paintings. You can clarify the information by calling 8 (800) 33333151 or by e-mail [email protected]. The final exhibition of the Museum of Everything will take place in early 2013 in the Garage, where the most ingenious and unusual works will be displayed. James Brett said that more than a hundred entries have already been selected.
This project is not only an exhibition, but also a social one, because many works from the “Museum of Everything” were created by people with disabilities. Thanks to the exhibition of James Brett, many modern talents were discovered, for example, Alexander Lobanov. His works have already reached collectors, they are being bought.
Often interesting canvases are brought by the relatives of the artists, since they themselves do not consider their works to be something significant. Brett keeps repeating that he is looking for completely new ideas and approaches to art, breakthroughs and discoveries.
The process of selecting paintings for the Museum of Everything is diametrically opposed to the classical application for an art competition. Here the artist can communicate directly with members of the commission, talk about his vision of creativity, answer questions.
James Brett buys some works for his museum, accepts others as a gift, and leases others.