Monday, 11 June 2012

Grayson Perry's Taste

Try as one might, it's impossible to escape Grayson Perry, the Tate's answer to Lily Savage. Here's the lad doing his best to look as cute as Maria Bueno did in pink frilly knickers at Wimbledon. He's dressed to kill for his TV series on Channel 4 on Tuesdays: All in the Best Possible Taste with Grayson Perry (CLICK). Yesterday I reported that he was one of the judges for the Daiwa Foundation Art Prize (scroll down or CLICK). And he is currently exhibiting his jumbo tapestries at the Victoria Miro Gallery in London: Grayson Parry: The Vanity of Small Differences (CLICK). To see a large graphic of his tapestry take on Masaccio's Expulsion from the Garden of Eden, CLICK.

2 Comments:

At 11/6/12, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The frame at the Daiwa Foundation Art Prize looks better than him. It's also more functional. This country has a problem recognising that great art is for all and not just a few alternative artists.

 
At 11/6/12, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

The anti-art movement works on inverted snobbery. If the peasants like it it must be tripe. If they don't like it, it must be serious art.

 

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