Tracey Emin - Everyone I Have Ever Slept With- about lovers, family, and the two children she had aborted.

Tracey Emin - Everyone I Have Ever Slept With- about lovers, family, and the two children she had aborted.

Tracey Emin: My Bed (1998): Tracey shows us her own bed, in all its embarrassing glory. Empty booze bottles, fag butts, stained sheets, worn panties: the bloody aftermath of a nervous breakdown. By presenting her bed as art, Tracey Emin shares her most personal space, revealing she’s as insecure and imperfect as the rest of the world.

Tracey Emin: My Bed (1998): Tracey shows us her own bed, in all its embarrassing glory. Empty booze bottles, fag butts, stained sheets, worn panties: the bloody aftermath of a nervous breakdown. By presenting her bed as art, Tracey Emin shares her most personal space, revealing she’s as insecure and imperfect as the rest of the world.

Grayson Perry, talented and interesting

Grayson Perry in Grayson Perry Unveils Urn For A Living Charity Sale

Greyson Perry | Grayson Perry was born in Chelmsford, England in 1960.  British ceramist, visual artist & writer . His numerous solo exhibitions since the early 1980s. Grayson Perry lives and works in London. He won the 2003 Turner Prize, the first time a potter has participated, let alone won this prestigious UK prize. His comment on winning: "It's about time a transvestite potter won the Turner"!

Greyson Perry | Grayson Perry was born in Chelmsford, England in 1960. British ceramist, visual artist & writer . His numerous solo exhibitions since the early 1980s. Grayson Perry lives and works in London. He won the 2003 Turner Prize, the first time a potter has participated, let alone won this prestigious UK prize. His comment on winning: "It's about time a transvestite potter won the Turner"!

Billy Childish, English artist and co-founder of the "Stuckist" movement, with his cat, Shackleton

Billy Childish, English artist and co-founder of the "Stuckist" movement, with his cat, Shackleton

Grayson Perry long cherished an ambition to show his own art – his own 'civilisation', as he calls it – alongside the great civilisations of the world, but little dreamed the British Museum would agree to his proposal

Grayson Perry's Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman - in pictures

Grayson Perry long cherished an ambition to show his own art – his own 'civilisation', as he calls it – alongside the great civilisations of the world, but little dreamed the British Museum would agree to his proposal

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