Grayson Perry's tapestries are @VictoriaMiro gallery in London until 11 August

Grayson Perry 'Taste' tapestry, I think this tapestry is great, its very ordinary yet so bright!

Grayson Perry, dressed as Claire, his female alter ego, beside his needlepoint Vote Alan Measles for God.

Grayson Perry: spinning a yarn

Grayson Perry, dressed as Claire, his female alter ego, beside his needlepoint Vote Alan Measles for God. The artist makes you laugh, but he has a pretty serious message. And it's in needlepoint.

Grayson Perry We've Found the Body of Your Child 2000 Ear thenware 49 x 30 x 30 cm

Grayson Perry We've Found the Body of Your Child 2000 Earthenware 49 x 30 x 30 cm

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Grayson Perry Tapestries

Potter Artist Grayson Perry (British: 1960 - ) Grayson Perry is the potter who won the 2003 Turner Prize

Grayson Perry wears 'mother of the bride' outfit to receive CBE

Potter Artist Grayson Perry (British: 1960 - ) Grayson Perry is the transvestite potter who won the 2003 Turner Prize, picking up the award dressed as "Claire" - Artist at work!

From 'The Vanity of Small Differences' By Grayson Perry. Expulsion From Number 8 Eden Close Grayson Perry tapestry

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

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 in a yellow outfit and makeup

Grayson Perry: ‘Just because you don’t have a dress on doesn’t stop you being a tranny’

Grayson Perry talks to Simon Hattenstone about frocks, pots and his latest project, a TV series exploring identity. Plus his subjects reveal what it was like being turned into art

Inside Grayson Perry's sketchbook | Art and design | The Guardian

From treasured childhood notebooks to drawing with his daughter, Grayson Perry’s sketchbooks are the place where the artist learns if an idea is ‘a goer or a dud’

Grayson Perry - detail from Walthamstow tapestry

Turner Prize–winning British artist Grayson Perry’s traditional textiles comment on modern society. Perry’s Walthamstow Tapestry of 2009

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