Grayson Perry: Making Meaning
Grayson Perry: Making Meaning is the new publication on Grayson Perry CBE RA, one of Britain's best-known artists and the co-ordinator of the RA's 250th Summer Exhbition this year.
Vividly illustrated with insightful text from art historian and biographer Jenny Uglow and an interview between the artist and Tim Marlow, the RA's Artistic Director, to reveal the many sides of Perry's personality.
|Dimensions||29 x 24.5cm|
|Fabric & material||Paperback|
|No. of Pages||80|
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Grayson Perry, winner of the Turner Prize in 2003, is internationally renowned as a vivid chronicler of contemporary life, creating work rich in autobiographical references to encompass class, taste and the status of artists and artisans.
This book offers an overview of his fascinating career, focusing on his work in a variety of media ranging from ceramic and tapestry to embroidery and print.
80 pages and fully illustrated throughout.