Pallant House Gallery has announced a unique response to creativity during the coronavirus pandemic. The Gallery has commissioned a model art gallery that will feature original miniature artworks from over 30 leading contemporary British artists
In reaction to Grayson Perry’s ill-judged comments on Covid-19, contemporary artist Stuart Semple has officially revoked Perry’s Artistic Licence.
Fire, history, satire, experiments and eyes.
The first exhibition to survey Grayson Perry’s earliest forays into the art world re-introduce the explosive and creative works he made between 1982 and 1994.
A new 2000sq ft purpose-built London gallery is to open on the Regent’s Canal in Hoxton next week featuring 5-metre- high ceilings with an abundance of natural light
For his first solo exhibition at Victoria Miro since 2012 – and first exhibition at Victoria Miro Mayfair – Grayson Perry presents new work including pots, sculpture, large-scale prints, a tapestry and a carpet.
Environments is the 2019 national exhibition by award-winning arts charity Outside In (based in Sussex) and will showcase the work of up to 80 artists who identify as facing barriers to the art world.
Today, the Matching Pair vases by British artist and potter Grayson Perry go on permanent display in the V&A’s world-famous Ceramics Galleries.
The Top 7 art exhibitions to see in London this week include: Black & white, Anime, Animals, Satire, Spindly sculptures, Strange creatures & Young love
Undeflected by the fact that there’s an unusually high number of good shows on this August (see HERE) this month is traditionally the one in which to report on silly things.
Grayson Perry has created a limited edition skateboard exclusively for The Skateroom and it is part of “The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever” at Serpentine Galleries in London.
25 leading international artists, including Simon Starling, Sir Antony Gormley, Grayson Perry, Cornelia Parker, Jenny Saville, David Shrigley and Douglas Gordon have used materials retrieved from The Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh library after the fire to create original works of art to help raise money for restoration of the Mackintosh Building.
International household names including Grayson Perry, Maggie Hambling, Oliver Jeffers, Peter Blake, Harland Miller, Gilbert & George and a host of Royal Academicians such as Ken Howard RA, Mick Rooney RA, John Wragg RA, Rebecca Salter RA, Paul Huxley RA and Steven Farthing RA, as well as emerging talent are within the 400 plus postcard sized artworks up for auction.
Studio Voltaire presents a retrospective of the 1980’s performance group the Neo Naturists. This is the first historical survey of the Neo Naturists work in a public institution.
Artist says latest work, which is covered in banknotes and George Osborne’s image, was inspired by industry’s self-denial about gender bias
I am going to tell you a secret, ‘the best way to buy art from famous artists within a tight budget is by visiting a students charity auction.
August is a quiet time in the artworld. Galleries have summer shows that drag on, nothing new opens and everyone who can afford to take a month off goes on holiday. The rest of us are still here, not exactly slaving away because there’s nothing to slave at, but languishing in the doldrums. Now the first shards of light are starting to creep through…
Grayson Perry was the first transvestite potter to win the Turner Prize, and will probably hold that illustrious title for some time to come.
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This week’s top 6 features Canadian painting, war photography, social commentary, architecture, fracking and fragile sculpture
This summer Turner Contemporary presents Provincial Punk, a focussed survey exhibition rooted in the development of Grayson Perry’s practice in the early-1980s and the idea of ‘Provincial Punk’ as an anti-elitist and teasingly unfashionable spirit of creativity that has consistently driven his practice.
Fifteen years ago a Soho warehouse hosted 50 art events in 50 weeks. Writers, architects and even milliners exhibited alongside both famous, and unknown, artists. As the project is revived for 2015, Nicholas Wroe talks to its curators about capturing the spirit of the times
Artworks from some of the world’s most influential contemporary artists went under the hammer last night (11th December) at Unicef UK’s first ever contemporary art auction SyriART, raising vital funds to help protect Syrian children from danger.
The year saw contemporary art stars prove thoughtful in print while Whistler and Rembrandt drew perceptive analysis