10 May – ‘Small Differences’ by Grayson Perry
The works of contemporary artist and 2003 Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry, born in 1960, will be exhibited at Pera Museum. Organised in collaboration with the British Council and curated by Linsey Young from the British Council’s Visual Arts Team, the exhibition includes tapestries, ceramics and prints, and reflects the artist’s unrelenting fascination with issues of religion, class and identity. Perry’s largest single body of work to date, ‘The Vanity of Small Differences’, composed of six tapestries from the British Council Collection, will also be on display. The exhibition can be seen until 26 July.