'I can't resist having a joke. Artists I like, such as Breughel, put jokes in their work. I think it's part of reflecting human life.'
Through his art and television appearances Turner Prize winning ceramacist Grayson Perry has become a household name and national treasure. His artworks are both challenging and accessible as are his opinions on class, culture and the establishment.This book, written by his friend Wendy Jones, gives an insight into where it all began: his childhood, his influences, his acceptance of being a transvestite and his teddy bear, Alan Measles. Engaging, humorous and honest.
Paperback book with 208 pages.
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