Grayson Perry: The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman
In a much-publicised move, Turner Prize winning potter Grayson Perry – who is sometimes known for alter-ego Claire – has curated an installation that combines his own new works with objects from forgotten craftsmen that have been tucked away in the expansive archives at the British Museum. The British Museum is always a delight to visit, whether marveling at the magnitude of the space it occupies in Bloomsbury, standing in the foyer with your head tilted back to admire the huge glass roof…
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Grayson Perry poses with his wife Phillippa and daughter Flo after winning the Turner Prize.
Why did BBC use Grayson Perry as expert on spending cuts ...and why did they spend licence money on his bizarre bike tour of Germany?
Grayson Perry was paid by Radio 4 to ride round Germany on a customised pink motorcycle with his childhood teddy, called Alan Measles, encased in a shrine on the back.
Grayson Perry and situated knowledges: Map of Nowhere
[M]ap-making’s scientific claims to offer progressively accurate and objective, scaled representations of spatial relations, have been challenged with recognition of the inescapable imaginative and…
Aware: Art Fashion Identity.
I found an article about Royal Academy of Art’s GSK Contemporary ‘Aware: art fashion identity’ exhibition. It’s interesting getting a review on an exhibition close to the idea I have. One of the comments I found most important was how the exhibition, although amusing in part, was bitty and wasn't consistent. This is something to keep in mind when placing my artworks around the space I chose as this could influence the flow of the exhibition. some of the pieces I found most interesting from…