Grayson Perry! I used to make things like this. I called them visual poems. I call a lot of my work visual poems, coming from a lit background, wondering when I will start looking at what I do as art maybe!

Grayson Perry! I used to make things like this. I called them visual poems. I call a lot of my work visual poems, coming from a lit background, wondering when I will start looking at what I do as art maybe!

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 Ear thenware 49 x 30 x 30 cm

Grayson Perry Boring Cool People 1999 Earthenware 63 x 27 x 27 cm

Grayson Perry Boring Cool People 1999 Earthenware 63 x 27 x 27 cm

Grayson Perry | The Modern Condition, 2009 Glazed ceramic, 57 x 30 cm 22 1/2 x 11 3/4 in

Grayson Perry | The Modern Condition, 2009 Glazed ceramic, 57 x 30 cm 22 1/2 x 11 3/4 in

Grayson Perry ‘My Gods’, 1994 © Grayson Perry

Grayson Perry ‘My Gods’, 1994 © Grayson Perry

Potter Artist Grayson Perry (British: 1960) | "We Are What We Buy" 2000 | Earthenware 50 x 22 x 22 cm

Potter Artist Grayson Perry (British: 1960) | "We Are What We Buy" 2000 | Earthenware 50 x 22 x 22 cm


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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 Ear thenware 49 x 30 x 30 cm

"The Existential Void" by Grayson Perry, Victoria Miro Gallery, London. Image by Sezohanim/Flickr

"The Existential Void" by Grayson Perry, Victoria Miro Gallery, London. Image by Sezohanim/Flickr

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The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman. Grayson Perry. British Museum. 13-01-12

Grayson Perry: "I love fakes for they make us think about what it is we see in the authentic. About how much of our awe in front of a great historical artefact is in its inherent beauty and how much is to do with its auspicious provenance."

Grayson Perry: "I love fakes for they make us think about what it is we see in the authentic. About how much of our awe in front of a great historical artefact is in its inherent beauty and how much is to do with its auspicious provenance."

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