the tomb of the unknown craftsman - grayson perry, 2011 [british museum exhibition intro + video]

Rosetta Vase from Grayson Perry's exhibition at the British Museum. His pots are an odd mixture of graphic art and ceramic, with social commentary.

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 - creating ceramic urns to present his art is definitely individual

Greyson Perry coat | Bodies to clothe blog

Grayson Perry Artist's Robe 2004 Embroidered silk brocade, leather, printed linen and ceramic buttons 179 x 70 cms / 70 x 27 inches © Grayson Perry Courtesy the Artist and Victoria Miro Gallery, London

Potter Artist Grayson Perry (British: 1960) | Grayson Perry afforded us the rare opportunity of a visit to his studio in Walthamstow, north-east London. Describing pottery as his gimmick, Perry goes on to show us his process before explaining why he wants people to be able to just enjoy art, rather than having to interpret it.

Potter Artist Grayson Perry (British: don't you wish you could meet her.

Greyson Perry | Grayson Perry was born in Chelmsford, England in 1960.  British ceramist, visual artist & writer . His numerous solo exhibitions since the early 1980s. Grayson Perry lives and works in London. He won the 2003 Turner Prize, the first time a potter has participated, let alone won this prestigious UK prize. His comment on winning: "It's about time a transvestite potter won the Turner"!

01 Memory Maps, Grayson Perry' Hot Afternoon in by Grayson Perry, 1999 © rayson Perry

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