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TATE - Square scarf
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  • Composition: 100% Silk
  • Dimensions: Height: 35.1 inches Width: 35.1 inches
  • Product code:58010014LR
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About the work
Silk Scarf by Grayson Perry. Renowned artist and Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry has created this silk square scarf. 100% silk, Boxed.
About the artist
Grayson Perry, winner of the 2003 Turner Prize (the UK’s most prestigious art prize) uses the seductive qualities of ceramics and other art forms to make stealthy comments about societal injustices and hypocrisies, and to explore a variety of historical and contemporary themes. The beauty of his work is what draws us close. Covered with scraffito drawings, handwritten and stenciled texts, photographic transfers and rich glazes, Perry's detailed pots are deeply alluring. He is a great chronicler of contemporary life, drawing us in with wit, affecting sentiment and nostalgia as well as fear and anger. Autobiographical references - to the artist's childhood, his family and his transvestite alter ego Claire - can be read in tandem with debates about décor and decorum and the status of the artist versus that of the artisan, debates which Perry turns on their head. Born in Chelmsford, Essex in 1960, Grayson Perry lives and works in London. Perry has had major solo exhibitions at The British Museum (2011), Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg (2008) and 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan (2007).
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