Prizes for Perry

The Turner Prize is rolling round again (for a tongue in cheek read on the subject, try Ruth Dudley Edwards’ Killing the Emperors) and putting art at the forefront of peoples’ minds.

This weekend I saw a great exhibition by an artist who fully deserves their Turner Prize-winner title, Grayson Perry. ‘The Vanity of Small Differences’ is an exhibition of six tapestries created during the BAFTA winning Channel 4 documentary series ‘In the Best Possible Taste’. Perry’s brilliant insight into social mobility and class systems in Britain is well worth a visit.  Head to the beautiful Temple Newsam, in Leeds, to see for yourself.

The Royal Academy Opens Its Doors To The Annual Summer Exhibition

Kathryn, Publishing Assistant

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