Lot 119 - Grayson Perry - Conspiracy Fact!
Winner of the 2003 Turner prize, Grayson Perry is one of Britain's best-known contemporary artists. He works with traditional media; ceramics, cast iron, bronze, printmaking and tapestry and has exhibited nationally and internationally. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, “Grayson’s Art Club” on Channel 4 aired from his studio. The art created during lockdown by members of the public - as well as Grayson and Philippa Perry - was exhibited in museums around the country. He also completed 23-date, UK stage tour, “Grayson Perry: A Show for Normal People”. Grayson was elected a Royal Academician in 2012, awarded a CBE in 2013, a knighthood in 2022 and in 2015 was appointed Trustee of the British Museum and Chancellor of the University of the Arts, London.
RECENT SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Grayson Perry, Victoria Miro Venice
Grayson Perry, Victoria Miro I
The Sky was Blue the Sea was Blue and the Boy was Blue, Victoria Miro on Vortic
Grayson Perry: The Most Specialest Relationship, Victoria Miro on Vortic
Grayson Perry: Super Rich Interior Decoration, Victoria Miro Mayfair
Grayson Perry, KIASMA, Helskinki; touring to Monnaie de Paris, Paris
Grayson Perry: Making Meaning, The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, Florida
The Vanity of Small Differences, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin
The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!, Serpentine Gallery, London; touring to Arnolfini, Bristol
Making Himself Claire: Grayson Perry’s Dresses, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Grayson Perry: The Life of Julie Cope, Firstsite Gallery, Colchester
Hold Your Beliefs Lightly, Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht; touring to ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Aarhus
Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary, Margate
Small Differences, Pera Museum, Istanbul
My Pretty Little Art Career, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Who Are You?, National Portrait Gallery, London
Walthamstow Tapestry, Winchester Discovery Centre
Victoria Miro Gallery
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