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Grayson Perry: A Journey through the Taste Tribes of Britain

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In the wake of Grayson Perry's hugely popular exhibition at Bristol's Arnolfini Gallery, and in the run-up to an exhibition of his tapestry cycle The Vanity of Small Differences at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, join me for a talk about the life and work of Britain's most popular living artist. Winner of the Turner Prize in 2003, cross-dresser extraordinaire, broadcaster and columnist, Perry is an artist fascinated by taste, class and the foibles of the British. I explore his vibrant and diverse work - from pottery to sculpture, drawing to architecture - as well as the ideas, thinking and experiences that have inspired them.

Earlier Event: September 24
In conversation with Cornelia Parker