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Jean Dubuffet (1901 – 1985)  1944 Telephone Torment lithograph 32.7 x 25.1 cm © 2011 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Jean Dubuffet – 1944 Telephone Torment lithograph x cm © 2011 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

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

Grayson Perry's tapestries are Brown Brown Miro gallery in London until 11 August

Grayson Perry, Map of Truths and Beliefs (detail)

Grayson Perry at the British Museum In a sort of treasure hunt that questions the concept of civilisation, Perry's new works are ensconced among the objects in the museum's permanent collections. Here, Grayson Perry, Map of Truths and Beliefs (detail)

"You taught me to be happy in the depths." - Friedrich Nietzsche, from a letter to Lou Salomé

"Sometimes I touch the things you use to touch, looking for echoes of your finger tips." To my son, Cody Zamiska

Emma Parker - Transitional Objects. "These pieces have been made from found and abandoned objects which have been wrapped tightly in a wool yarn. The cocoon like form protects and holds the objects, but it also restricts and does not allow escape."

Stitch therapy - transitional objects These pieces have been made from found and abandoned objects which have been wrapped tightly in a wool yarn. The cocoon like form protects and holds the objects, but it also restricts and does not allow escape.

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.

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