Paintings, drawings, sculptures, engravings, objects, installations and books by artists and "non artists" of the 20th century. From London to Italy for the first time the secret art that has influenced generations of artists from Dubuffet to Basquiat
After its successful debut in 2009, The Museum of Everything is coming to Italy to present a selection of works by unconventional artists of the 20th-century. Works by mediums, miners and mystics, self-taught artists, obsessional and visionary artists, and artists and craft experts with disabilities, who operate outside conventional esthetic standards. The collection is composed of examples of works by the greatest artists working in this sphere. The Museum of Everything invited more than 50 well-known figures in the world of art and music to write about works that have inspired them. As a result, the works are accompanied by contributions from Christian Boltanski, Nick Cave, Paul Chan, Jarvis Cocker, Hans Ulrich Obrist and others. At the Turin exhibition there will be new contributions from John Baldessari, Maurizio Cattelan, Paolo Colombo, Marlene Dumas, Cornelia Parker and Francesco Vezzoli.