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The Museum of Everything

By Prospect  

The last chance to visit The Museum of Everything, a marvellous temporary museum currently open in Primrose Hill, is fast approaching—it closes this Sunday, 14th February.

Packed into a warren of corridors, cubicles, and awkwardly shaped rooms, this is a quirky exhibition of marginalised art of the past 200 years, which has at various times been labelled art brut, outsider art, folk art, naive art, visionary art and, occasionally, Sunday painting.

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