Grayson Perry

Grayson Perry CBE RA (born 1960) is an English contemporary artist. He is known for his ceramic vases, tapestries and cross-dressing, as well as his observations of the contemporary arts scene, and for dissecting British "prejudices, fashions and foibles".


Reliquary

A reliquary pendant of stamped and incised metal on waxed leather string containing a ceramic fragment behind a glass window. Contained in its original cloth pouch and monogrammed box.

Produced by Grayson Perry, in 2009.

This object was commissioned as part of a limited edition for sale in the Tate Modern shop. The initial 2009 edition comprised 1200 pieces and was followed up in 2012 with a second edition of 1000.

Dimensions: Height: 8cm. Depth: 1.8cm. Width: 5cm.

£750


Black Cats Motorcycle Club

Cotton Fabric and Embroidery Appliqué, Handmade Flag

148 x 97cm

Limited Edition of 150 + 10 Artist Proof's

Grayson Perry created this Limited Edition flag on the occasion of his exhibition the, The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!, .

This handmade appliqué flag is inspired by Asafo flags, which provided visual representations of military companies, especially among the Fante in present-day Ghana from the 18th century onwards. 

A devoted fan of motorcycling, Perry designed this flag for an imaginary motorcycle gang.

A surefire future investment work.

£Sold 31/05/18