Grayson Perry Pre Therapy Yrs
Grayson Perry is one of today’s most popular artists, known for his flamboyant persona and playful pots. For the first time, this book explores Perry’s artistic origins through the artworks that made his name in the years 1982–94, exploring his role as commentator on contemporary culture and the emergence of his own identity as ‘the Transvestite Potter’. The book includes an essay by Grayson Perry in which he looks back on this period of his life.
|Fabric & material||Hardback|
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Table of Contents
Foreword by Chris Stephens • Towards a Pre-History of Grayson Perry by Andrew Wilson
The Iconography of Grayson Perry’s Pre-Therapy Years by Catrin Jones • The Pre-Therapy
Years by Grayson Perry • The Works