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Cornelia Parker Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View 1991 Tate © Cornelia Parker This website is great to check out to learn more about installation art. The Tate does a good job of explaining what installation art is. Dark Matter, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Instalation Art, Artistic Installation, Light Installation, Art Sculpture, Metal Sculptures, Abstract Sculpture

‘Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View’, Cornelia Parker, 1991 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View’, Cornelia Parker, 1991

From 'The Vanity of Small Differences' By Grayson Perry. Expulsion From Number 8 Eden Close Grayson Perry tapestry.saw this at Croome Park. Grayson Perry Tapestry, Grayson Perry Art, Little England, Memento, Turner Prize, Art Fund, Art Textile, Gcse Art, Fiber Art

Hogarth revisited: Grayson Perry uses tapestries to tackle taste and class

Latest artworks recall 18th-century satire with a modern twist. Charlotte Higgins even spots herself in the weave

Get arty with Grayson Perry’s limited edition tote bag. Louise Nevelson, Grayson Perry, Ap Studio Art, Identity Art, A Level Art, Consumerism, Visual Communication, School Design, Make Me Smile

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Tracey Emin Hate and Power Can be a Terrible Thing Date 2004 Medium Textiles Dimensions Object: 2700 x 2060 x 3 mm Tabula Rasa, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Tracey Emin, Art Terms, Political Art, Political Events, Vintage Poster, A Level Art

‘Hate and Power Can be a Terrible Thing’, Tracey Emin, 2004 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Hate and Power Can be a Terrible Thing’, Tracey Emin, 2004 The quilt includes two patches inscribed in the artist’s handwriting. One reads: ‘800 men and boys/ their bodies floating/ like flotsam and/jetsam on the surf/ ice cold black/ waters, an eary [sic] grave,/ of which you invented’. The other accuses a woman of ‘Crimes against Humanity’: ‘you, supposed mother – A mother who Reiked [sic] of Power CRAZY Hate and Fear, of all the terrible things that you did, in the name…

'The Vanity of Small Differences' is an exhibition of six stunning tapestries by Grayson Perry on display at the Walker Art Gallery. Grayson Perry Tapestry, Grayson Perry Art, Art Alevel, Colorful Tapestry, Walker Art, Outsider Art, Ceramic Art, Textile Art, Art Drawings

Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences

View The Annunciation of the Virgin Deal by Grayson Perry on artnet. Browse more artworks Grayson Perry from Victoria Miro Gallery. Grayson Perry Tapestry, Grayson Perry Art, Harley Davidson, Memento, Art Brut, David Hockney, Museum Of Contemporary Art, Contemporary Tapestries, Contemporary Artists

Perry’s portrait of bourgeois Britain

Grayson Perry, the Turner Prize-winning artist, has described his new tapestries as a “commonplace tale of social mobility in average Britain”. The six intricately detailed images are inspired by William Hogarth’s classic etchings The Rake’s Progress, only instead of telling the tale of an 18th-century philanderer they depict a 21st-century software developer named Tim