PREVIEW: Grayson Perry | The Vanity of Small Differences at Victoria Miro .


Grayson Perry The Agony in the Car Park, 2012 (detail) Tapestry 200x400cm,783/4×1571/2in (GP 359)


Grayson Perry The Annunciation of the Virgin Deal, 2012 (detail) Tapestry 200x400cm,783/4×1571/2in
(GP 361)


?Grayson PerryThe Upper Class at Bay, 2012 (detail) Tapestry 200x400cm,783/4×1571/2in (GP 362)

7th June – 11th August 2012
Opens Thursday 7th June 2012 Day Viewing 10am – 6pm plus at 6.30pm an Informal talk by Grayson Perry Limited space, for tickets email info@victoria-miro.com Evening Viewing 7 – 9pm

Victoria Miro is to show its fourth solo exhibition with Grayson Perry.
In The Vanity of Small Differences Grayson Perry explores his fascination with taste and the visual story it tells of our interior lives in a series of six tapestries at Victoria Miro and three programmes, All in the Best Possible Taste with Grayson Perry, for Channel 4.

The artist goes on a safari amongst the taste tribes of Britain, to gather inspiration for his artworks, literally weaving the characters he meets into a narrative partly inspired by Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress. Channel 4’s new three-part series, All in the Best Possible Taste with Grayson Perry starts on Tuesday 5 June at 10pm.

Victoria Miro16 Wharf Road London N1 7RW
www.victoria-miro.com

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Mark Westall is the founder and editor of FAD magazine, a curation of the world’s most interesting culture, and Creative Director of FAD Agency, a digital creative agency: www.fad.agency

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