From the moment it opened in London in October 2009, Exhibition #1 at The Museum of Everything made art history. By the time it got to Italy it was a legend, featuring over 800 of the greatest examples of self-taught, visionary, outsider, brut and other works by non-traditional artists from around the world, plus exclusive personal commentaries from the likes of Grayson Perry, Ed Ruscha, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Maurizio Cattelan, Paula Rego, Tal R, Pete Townshend, Nick Cave and many many many many more. Printed on some of the most beautiful uncoated paper known to man, Everything #1 is the book of that show, a collector’s item published by Mondadori Electa and available exclusively from The Shop of Everything until stocks run out (it is a limited edition of 1,500). It may also interest you to know that this book was such a groundbreaker that its design and layout was blatantly copied – and shoddily at that – by the Kunstmuseum Thurgau in Ittingen, Switzerland and the Musee d’Art Moderne in Lille, France - for a so-so rip-off show. Shame on them, well done you. We know you’ll make the right choice.