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.
Grayson Perry's Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman - in pictures
The Turner prize-winning potter Grayson Perry gives us a sneak preview of his forthcoming show at the British Museum, Grayson Perry's Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman, which runs from 6 October to 19 February and promises to be one of the most fascinating, wildly idiosyncratic events of the autumn
Grayson Perry Tapestries
If you missed Grayson Perry’s The Vanity of Small Differences exhibition, which was on at the Victoria Miro gallery then I strongly recommend that you visit the William Morris Gallery in north-east…
Grayson Perry's tapestries tell the story of class mobility
As an English ex-pat, I am always interested by opinions and stereotypes on what people think England is really like. So I was fascinated by Grayson Perry'
Grayson Perry (born 1960) is an English potter and fashion icon, well I suppose not everyone would call him a fashion icon, but I certainly would. Anyway, he was the recipient of the Turner Prize in 2003, and honor to which he responded with the following statement ""Well, it's about time a transvestite potter won the Turner Prize." His female alter-ego is named Claire and has been described by the artist himself in a number of ways including, but not limited to "“a 19th century reforming…