Grayson Perry has donated a work of art to raise funds for the leading HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust.
19 October 2018
The Monnaie de Paris is presenting the first French solo exhibition of the Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry (born 1960).
The Holburne Museum in Bath have asked collectors to lend early ceramic works by the Turner Prize winning, transvestite artist Grayson Perry. In an open call the gallery is searching for works created between 1983 and 1994.
6 June 2018
Love it or loathe it the RA’s Summer Exhibition is here to stay as a permanent fixture of the London art calendar. This year we are assaulted by the RA’s most flamboyant flaneur Grayson Perry who has chosen to paint the walls buttercup yellow.
14 November 2017
A new show made up of four large-scale tapestries, as well as material related to his full-scale House for Essex (2015), will be unveiled at Firstsite Essex 18 November.
4 November 2017
A collection of frocks belonging to the Turner Prize-winning transvestite artist Grayson Perry has been unveiled at Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery
The sometime transvestite artist Grayson Perry RA has been chosen to select the 2018 Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy.
8 June 2017
The Grayson Perry show that just opened at the Serpentine Gallery offers both a very new version of now-obligatory populism in the promotion of contemporary visual art and at the same time, a sly critique of it.
The gender fluid potter Grayson Perry has unveiled The Brexit Vases his latest artwork ahead of his show at the Serpentine Gallery which opens later this week.
7 April 2017
British artist Grayson Perry, one of the most astute commentators on contemporary society and culture is to present a major exhibition of new work at the Serpentine Gallery in June. The works in the show will touch on many themes including popularity and art, masculinity and the current cultural landscape.
29 January 2017
Several Turner Prize Winners including Antony Gormley Anish Kapoor and Grayson Perry have created artworks from found material taken from the fire-damaged Glasgow School of Art to raise funds for the restoration.
Part 4: The Part About Me, Me, Me Nell mezzo del cammin di nostra vita… This here is the twenty-fifth piece I’ve posted about a week at Fig-2, the curatorial ultramarathon that’s putting on a new art show at the ICA every single week for fifty weeks and which I am in my own special way documenting on wordpress, aiming to do […]
Costume collector Peter Farrer’s cross-dressing wardrobe will finally see the light of day, in a new exhibition, at The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool. The garments will represent the first display of its kind to be held in the UK. Transformation: One Man’s Cross-dressing Wardrobe opens on Saturday 24 October in the Walker’s Craft and Design Gallery and runs […]
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced the 2016 RIBA Honorary Fellowships, which will be awarded to fourteen individuals (of whom two are in partnership) from a diverse spectrum of backgrounds, including the worlds of construction, media, education and the arts. RIBA Honorary Fellowships are awarded annually to people who have made a […]
This summer the V&A presents Facing History: Contemporary Portraiture, a display of 80 prints and photographs drawn from the V&A’s collection that explores the variety of artists’ responses to the idea of portraiture over the last 20 years. On display is the work by over 20 artists including Julian Opie, Grayson Perry, Thomas Ruff, Maud […]
The Turner Prize-winner Grayson Perry tweeted that he had submitted a proposal to install nearly one million ceramic puppies around the Tower of London, but in the same tweet, the artist announced that his proposal had allegedly been rejected. “My proposal to install 800,000 ceramic puppies around the Tower of London has been turned down,” […]
Ocean Studios has announced their inaugural show at their new Plymouth gallery. The programme highlights key ideas and themes; identity, communication, feminism, diversity, radical craft and social engagement. Richard Deacon has chosen to release his ‘singular and prickly work’ Bronze Skin, for A taste of things to come, as the opening exhibit along with Bill Woodrow, Mary Kelly, Hew Locke, Gillian Wearing and Grayson Perry. Ocean Studios, Plymouth’s £4.2 million artistic development […]
Artlyst travelled to Wrabness in Essex to meet Grayson Perry at the site of his latest project, ‘A House for Essex’. At once an architectural form and a particularly personal artwork for Perry, which has also created a new landmark for the village, close to the Essex coast. The building is a collaboration between FAT […]
One of the highlights this year’s Royal Academy Summer Show 2015 is Grayson Perry’s Julie and Rob tapestry, a large work which is conceptually linked to the artist’s cross between Hansel and Gretel and a Russian Orthodox church, in the form of his house for Essex. The rentable holiday home is also an eccentric dedication […]
Artlyst has travelled to Wrabness in Essex to meet Grayson Perry at the site of his latest project, ‘A House for Essex’. At once an architectural form and a particularly personal artwork for Perry, which has also created a new landmark for the village, close to the Essex coast. The building is a truly original […]
Grayson Perry has launched his latest project, ‘A House for Essex’ which has created a new landmark for Wrabness, close to the Essex coast. The building is a daring and provocative collaboration between FAT Architecture and Grayson Perry. The house is an extraordinary work of architecture and art, which provides a setting for a number of specially-commissioned works by the artist […]
The Turner Prize-winning artist Grayson Perry CBE RA has been appointed as the Royal Academy’s nomination to the British Museum Board of Trustees. Grayson will replace outgoing Trustee, sculptor Sir Antony Gormley who is stepping down on 1 April 2015, as his term of office as the Royal Academy of Arts nominee has come to an end after […]
Artist Grayson Perry’s exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery has attracted record visitors. A quarter of a million people came to see new works in a free display. In total, 850,000 visitors to the National Portrait Gallery are thought to have seen at least one new work by the artist as part of a gallery-wide […]
An Essex house designed by the Turner Prize winning artist Grayson Perry has proved so popular with fans that it is causing traffic jams in the area. The conceptual art house was built for a television series ‘Grayson’s Great Design’. The project followed a year-long building task involving time, budget and aesthetics. Perry, who derived […]
Every year for the past 18 years English photographer Johnnie Shand Kydd has photographed the art scene as they holiday on the Greek island of Hydra each summer, photographing artists, curators and writers who have been invited to vacation at the British art collector Pauline Karpidas’ holiday home on the Greek island of Hydra. The […]
The Duchess of Cambridge and the Turner Prize winning artist Grayson Perry visited the newly-launched Clore Art Room at Barlby School in Ladbroke Grove yesterday. As Royal Patrons to the charity, the visit marks the official naming of this, the ninth Art Room and celebrate the partnership with the Clore Duffield Foundation whose generous support […]
The Art Room has celebrated the opening of their 9th Art studio at Barlby Primary School in Ladboke Grove, West London. A special reception for supporters including the charity’s Patron, Grayson Perry and Dame Vivien Duffield. Together, Grayson and Dame Vivien met students of Barlby Primary School and Oxford Gardens Primary School and enjoyed time […]
Turner Contemporary has welcomed more than 1.3 million visitors, in just three and a half years. For 2015, the gallery has announced an ambitious programme that is set to draw diverse audiences to Margate, and highlight the gallery’s position as one of the leading arts organisations in the UK. The 2015 programme adds to Turner […]
Grayson Perry has unveiled a thought provoking new documentary series, which aired its first episode tonight. It follows four British subjects while the artist executes a portrait in different mediums of each of the sitters. The first portrait was of the disgraced Lib-Dem MP Chris Hume which consisted of a smashed green pot. Perry felt […]