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THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING ON THE BBC
FINAL 24 HOURS ONLINE // CLICK HERE
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THE XMAS SHOP OF EVERYTHING MUST GO
25% OFF UNTIL WE SNOW // CLICK HERE
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JOIN THE VENICE SALON OF EVERYTHING
TELEVISUAL REVOLUTION // CLICK HERE
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Dear Holiday Spirit,

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SEE THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING ON THE BBC
CLICK HERE AND 
www.bbc.co.uk/i/b03js57h
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IMAGINE: TURNING THE ART WORLD INSIDE OUT
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The gods of televisual feasting have been benevolent to The Museum of Everything this holiday season. Our modest collaboration with the BBC, hosted by ubiquitous cultural omnivore Alan Yentob and his young pup upstart Jack Cocker have been viewed by ONE MILLION VIEWERS!
 
It's gob-smacking news and in celebration we invite you to smack your own gob and see it for yourself. There's just 24 hours left online and it's nice and easy and on the BBC iPlayer.

The show examines the art revolution being led in no small part by The Museum of Everything. It voyages from the Venice Biennale to the Hayward Gallery in London, via the Creative Growth Center in California and the pottery studio of Shinichi Sawada in the Miho Mountains to discover the missing link that is this brilliantly alive and unclassifiable genre.

For those living in relatively democratic Britain, just click HERE. And if you're in Europe, America or beyond, fear not. You can view it by downloading a sneaky piece of software which pretends that you're here, not there. Try one of these three gems:
 
 
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THE XMAS SHOP OF EVERYTHING MUST GO
UP TO 25% OFF - FROM TODAY TO SANTA
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CLICK HERE OR VISIT WWW.SHOPEVERY.COM
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As the nation is consumed by a gift-giving frenzy, we invite you to race over to The Xmas Shop of Everything at www.shopevery.com, where discounts are in such full swing, they've almost swung.

Just choose your purchases, type in the special code XMAS and you will receive an incredible discount, so enormous that it is virtually like us paying you. Yes a ridiculous 25% OFF. However this offer must end on Friday 20th December at one minute to midnight.

So don't tell anyone and choose from amazing prints by artists like William Scott and Tomiyuki Shinki, or any one of a gazillion winter-friendly scarves, wooly hats and t-shirts (primarily for use outside the northern hemisphere), plus our legendary books, unavailable anywhere else, including our most recent opus all about Carlo Zinelli (as seen on the beeeeeb).
 
There's also handbags, homewareprawn rings, bakewell tarts, dammit, it's somewhat like The Lidl of Everything. And in an attempt to be efficient, we'll guarantee you that your goods will be on their way within 48 hours of your confirmed order. 
           
 
And seeing as it's Xmas, remember that whatever you buy goes to support The L'il Ol' Museum of Everything, which is indeed a registered UK charity (#1138368). So if buying's not your thing, just a little bit of what you got by clicking here or on the discrete button below:
 


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THE SALON OF EVERYTHING
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Vito Acconci Angela Missoni Jean Hubert Martin
Marc Olivier Wahler Roberta Smith Ron Arad
 Jerry Saltz Iris Muller Westermann Luigi Ontani

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WEB: WWW.SALONEVERY.COM
THE SALON OF EVERYTHING
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Held during the opening weeks of the 55th Venice Biennale, The Salon of Everything is a radical round-table on the forgotten role of private art-makers in modern and contemporary culture.

Filmed in conjunction with the BBC, The Salon of Everything features artists, curators, writers and critics, in a series of hot-diggedy-dog discussions

Every week there'll be new faces, new lips, new eyes. To watch in the comfort of your own internet playground, visit www.salonevery.com or simply click here.
 
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THE FUTURE OF EVERYTHING
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Are you the earnest son or daughter of an elderly oil magnate looking to invest the family fortune in an apparent social enterprise? Or a diminutive arts project with lashings of goodwill, a decrepit building and a hankering for unknown creativity? Perhaps you're a lovely old lady with a seventy year stash of secret sculptures? Or a bushy-eyed wide-tailed degree student looking to escape a rock n'roll lifestyle?


If this sounds like you, then The Museum of Everything wants to hear from you. During this holiday hiatus, as we consider our many pending projects and rest our loins on some over-catered sandy patch, we invite you to invite us - via our website at www.musevery.com, via our newsletter here, via email at me@musevery.com or via telepathy here.

 
Yours in Everything,
 
The Museum of Everything
© The Museum of Everything 2013
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