Grayson Perry

Grayson Perry (b. 1960, Chelmsford, Essex) lives and works in London. Perry won the Turner Prize in 2003 and has recently become a Royal Academician at the Royal Academy of Arts. Recent solo exhibitions include: 2011: Grayson Perry: Visual Dialogues, Manchester Art Gallery. 2009: The Walthamstow Tapestry, Victoria Miro Gallery, London. 2008-2010: Unpopular Culture (curated by Grayson Perry), de la Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, UK. Touring to: Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; DLI Museum and Art Gallery, Durham; Southampton City Art Gallery; Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth; Scarborough Art Gallery, Scarborough; Longside Gallery, Wakefield; Victoria Art Gallery, Bath.Selected solo exhibitions include: 2011: Measuring the World – Heterotopias and Knowledge Spaces in Art, Kunsthaus Graz, Austria; Let the Healing Begin, Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane. 2010-2011: Aware: Art Fashion Identity – GSK Contemporary 2010, Royal Academy of Arts, London; The Unconscious in Everyday Life, Science Museum, London. 2009: British Subjects: Identity and Self-Fashioning 1967-2009, Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, New York; Fascination with the Foreign: China – Japan – Europe, Hetjens-Museum Landeshaupstadt Düsseldorf, Germany; Conflicting Tales: Subjectivity (Quadrilogy, Part 1), The Burger Collection, Berlin; Prints Charming, Liberty, London; Medals of Dishonour, British Museum, London; sh[OUT]: Contemporary art and human rights, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow.

Last updated: 15.02.2017