Grayson Perry

Queer Urns and Quilts

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, 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)

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

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Grayson Perry's The Walthamstow Tapestry goes on display in London

Our favuorite quotes from Playing to the Gallery: Helping contemporary art in its struggle to be understood by Grayson Perry (Particular Books). www.redmagazine.co.uk

"My job is to notice things that other people don't notice" - Grayson Perry Playing to the Gallery

One of #GraysonPerry's celebrated #ceramics... We have serious respect for this…

Grayson Perry - contrasting a formal vase form with comicboook-like text from popular culture.

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

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

Grayson Perry vase

Inside Grayson Perry's sketchbook

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, 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.

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.

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