Grayson Perry

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Grayson Perry: spinning a yarn

A show of tapestries by 14 artists making their textile debut is drawing attention to this ancient medium. Annabel Freyberg talks to Grayson Perry, who has designed one of the most provocative.

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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

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Juxtapoz Magazine - Queer Urns and Quilts

Grayson Perry began his career as a controversial artist best known for creating contemporary radical ceramic art and for being a transvestite. He’s s...

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Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences

A series of six large scale tapestries

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A touch of class: Grayson Perry's tapestries – in pictures

Grayson Perry walks us through the taste tribes of Great Britain, highlighting the different things we choose to eat, wear, read and drive in a morality tale inspired by Hogarth's A Rake's Progress