We’re very excited about The Museum of Everything’s forthcoming show at Selfridges. If you’ve been to one of their previous shows at their HQ in Primrose Hill, you’ll know that that their aim is to introduce to the public untrained, unintentional and unexhibited artists from around the globe and the results are colourful, humorous, often surprising and always intriguing. With over 200 artworks, this exhibition, #4, is a survey of self-taught artists with developmental issues and other disabilities which will be shown in the windows, in the shop and during October, there will be a pop-up show at the old Selfridges Hotel of work by self-taught sculptor, Judith Scott, too. Plus there will be talks, screenings, a debate with Intelligence Squared and of course there will be plenty of opportunity for shopping too! Museum of Everything are setting up their own shop within Selfridges selling everything from laundry bags to t-shirts designed by artists and are even launching their own fashion collection with Clements Ribeiro. It’s a huge, ambitious project and we’ve no doubt, it will be great fun and not-to-be-missed.