I really enjoyed the Grayson Perry ‘Who are you?’ exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. His work as always is visually bold and colourful, perfectly executed, intimate and personal, and adds a strong voice to the conversations on broader social issues. The work was placed within the permanent collection; a little like a treasure hunt to locate them which was fun, but also placed amongst work that joined in the converstaion on the topics the works raised. The exhibition is free and on until the 15 March 2015 – here is the gallery link http://www.npg.org.uk/whatson/graysonperry/display.php
Here are a few photos of my favourite pieces in the display.
Works copyright of Grayson Perry.