Color, Prints and Patterns Oh My!
When it came time for Missoni to select a spring 2011 fashion campaign venue, the one-of-a-kind traveling Museum of Everything seemed the obvious locale. The London installation’s colorfully vibrant artifacts and whimsical arcade collectibles (Exhibition #3) were the perfect backdrop for the brand’s iconic prints. Since its inception in 2009, this wandering exhibit space has welcomed over 350,000 visitors in London, Turin and Moscow. See the current and past exhibitions here.
Features a curated collection of local Russian artists’ work from Moscow to St. Petersburg. The final show, an assortment of art discovered throughout the exhibit and a collection of notable Russian artists, will take place in April 2013 at Garage Center for Contemporary Culture in Gorky Park, Moscow.
Debuted in London and featured over 800 drawings, paintings, sculptures and installations.
Hosted at London’s famous Tate Modern and showcased unknown artists of Great Britain.
The Museum of Everything collaborated with Sir Peter Blake to curate this collection.
Hosted at London’s Selfridges & Co. department store, the storefront windows featured over 400 pieces of art from international studios for contemporary self-taught artists with learning and other disabilities.