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Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary

Turner Contemporary’s exhibition surveys Grayson Perry’s career from his earliest watercolours to his latest architectural project, showing him as an unflinching commentator on society and art.

Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, Turner Contemporary

In a selection of previously unseen collaged and painted sketchbooks, rarely seen super-8 films and recent tapestries, this show follows the development of ‘provincial punk’ in the early 1980s

Review of Who Are You? Grayson Perry, National Portrait Gallery

Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry presents a provocative and fascinating new exhibition which makes us question identity in modern day Britain. Perry has become a celebrity on the modern art scene, regularly presenting a refreshingly subversive view of British life.

Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences, Temple Newsam House

A series of six unique tapestries by Turner Prize winning artist Grayson Perry are to be woven throughout the historic setting of the Tudor-Jacobean Temple Newsam House as the final location of the exhibition’s UK tour.

Review of Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences at Manchester Art Gallery

Grayson Perry’s recent work is inspired by Hogarth’s 18th century series, A Rake’s Progress. Perry has applied the narrative to contemporary society, and executed it in the form of six tapestries.

Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences at Victoria Miro, London

Standing in the entrance of Grayson Perry’s exhibition at the Victoria Miro gallery I find myself caught between two images. On the left, a child is cradled in the arms of a young mother.

Unpopular Culture: Grayson Perry curates at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Taking advantage of my friend’s car, I escaped the city this weekend to visit the unique environment of Yorkshire Sculpture Park. It’s a fantastic summer…

British Art Now

British Art Fair has acted as an annual launchpad for myriad household names over the past three decades – from post-war artists to the YBAs.

Future Now Symposium Speakers 2021

Speakers at the Future Now Symposium 2021    

Creative Energy

Grayson Perry is a chronicler of contemporary life. A new show highlights the artist’s early works, exploring gender, identity and class.

RCA Secret Show

The Stewarts RCA Secret show returns 1-3 December, including over 1,800 postcard-sized works from both established and emerging artists.

RCA Secret: Promoting Creativity

Royal College of Art’s annual fundraising show returns, offering viewers the opportunity to own artwork by a variety of renowned practitioners.

10 to See: Summer Shows

This summer’s must-see solo exhibitions, group shows and biennales demonstrate the UK’s dynamic artistic landscape.

London Open: An Urban Showcase

The London Open 2018 selects 22 global artists who live across the 32 London boroughs, showing how, within a hyperactive setting, creativity is thriving.

10 to See: The Armory Show

The creative landscape is constantly expanding to welcome new approaches. The Armory Show offers opportunities for dialogue and discovery.

Embracing New Disciplines

On the cusp of the RA’s 250th anniversary, From Life takes an inquisitive look at the tradition and its ongoing relationship with artists today.

Global Reflections

The role of artists in representing contemporary conflict and the global response to 9/11 is examined at Imperial War Museum, London.

Museum of the Year 2016: The V&A

The Museum of the Year 2016 has been awarded to the V&A. Selected for its significant transformation in 2015, the art and design museum has welcomed nearly 3.9 million visitors to its sites.

Tatsuo Miyajima, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

As part of the 2016-2017 Sydney International Art Series, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia presents an exhibition of the works of renowned Japanese artist, Tatsuo Miyajima.

Doc/Fest Interactive at Sheffield

In addition to the annual Sheffield Doc/Fest, the UK’s leading documentary film festival, Crossover, an international digital media training organisation, will curates Interactive at Sheffield.