london: the museum of everything

following a continental stint in italy, the museum of everything, london’s temporary art museum for 'art by the untrained, unintentional and undiscovered creators of society' opens once again today. this time primrose hill is the site for its third, highly original seasonal exhibition. it’s a welcoming space for the outsiders of art, in place of the royal academy-trained they are passionate self-starters. this season’s main collaborator is the esteemed godfather of british pop art, sir peter blake who has assembled the largest temporary art installation he has ever created from his own personal collection of collected art and artefacts. other highlights of the new exhibition space include walter potter’s curious scenes of victoriana-inspired woodland creatures, handmade puppets by harry vernon and a charming collection of miniature fairgrounds created by ex-norfolk farmer arthur windley. location: regent's park road + sharpleshall street [primrose hill]. © paul walcott