The Alternative Guide to the Universe

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William Scott (Untitled (Praise Frisco at Night) (2006))
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Untitled (Praise Frisco at Night) (2006)

© Creative Growth Art Center. Courtesy Anne Collier and Matthew Higgs

Eugene Von Bruenchenhein (Untitled (Green Background) (1940s))
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Untitled (Green Background) (1940s)

2013 Lewis B. Greenblatt, all rights reserved. Courtesy Lewis and Jean Greenblatt

Marcel Storr (Untitled (c.1978))
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Untitled (c.1978)

© Liliane and Bertrand Kempf. Courtesy Liliane and Bertrand Kempf

William Scott (SFOs The Skyline People of Wholesome Encounters Of A New Science Fiction Future (2013))
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SFOs The Skyline People of Wholesome Encounters Of A New Science Fiction Future (2013)

© Creative Growth Art Center. Courtesy of Creative Growth Art Center

Eugene Von Bruenchenhein (Untitled (Bonnet) (1940s))
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Untitled (Bonnet) (1940s)

© 2013 Lewis B. Greenblatt, all rights reserved. Courtesy Lewis and Jean Greenblatt

No relation to Douglas Adams's comical guide to the Galaxy, this exhibition showcases artworks from the past 25 years created by a largely self-taught selection of artists architects and scientists that highlight alternative ways of perceiving, describing and navigating the world around us.

Send in your inventions, designs and extraordinary views of the world and you could win a fantastic prize. See our blog for details.

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