The gallery, which is the first of its kind in the UK, will host their inaugural exhibition ''Journeys into the Outside'' this month at The Gallery of Everything, in the premises of a former barber shop in Marylebone. Trendy.
The title of the exhibition is inspired by Jarvis Cocker's 1998 Channel 4 documentary which focused on untrained artists. The series will be screened as part of the exhibition, whilst Cocker will participate in discussions at the gallery.
The Pulp frontman is championing the gallery's ethos for pioneering untrained artists, with all profits raised from sales at the gallery going to benefit the non-profit organisation The Museum of Everything.
The museum's founder James Brett stated: ''As The Museum of Everything continues its mission around the globe, The Gallery of Everything will be its home for collectors and museums, secret makers and do-ers, and for private art made public.''
The Gallery of Everything will be at Frieze Masters this year from 6th-9th October, with many works that have never been on the market before, including pieces by Jean Dubuffet and Aloïse Corbaz.