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Map of Nowhere

Grayson Perry

Map of Nowhere

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ArtistGrayson Perry (Born 1960)
TitleMap of Nowhere
Date2008
MediumEtching (five plates on one sheet)
ProvenanceThe Paragon Press, London
Dimensionsheight: 153.00 cm, width: 113.50 cm
Inscriptionverso, b: 47/68 / Grayson Perry
Edition number47/68
AcquisitionPurchased from The Paragon Press, April 2009
LocationFrance, Paris, British Embassy
GAC number18258
 

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Map of an EnglishmanMap of an Englishman

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Grayson Perry

Grayson Perry was born in Chelmsford, Essex. He completed a foundation course at Braintree College of Further Education, followed by a BA in Fine Art at Portsmouth Polytechnic. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in Britain and abroad. In 2003 he won the Turner Prize and famously collected the award dressed as his alter-ego Claire. Perry works across a range of media but is best known for his ceramic works which explore challenging, psychological themes as broad-ranging as child abuse, mental illness and masculine stereotyping.