Grayson Perry at the Serpentine Galleries on The Art Channel

Titled ‘The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!’, Grayson Perry’s show at the Serpentine explores the nature of British identity and its tribes. As an artist working primarily in ceramics, Perry has built two pots that illustrate a group of ‘Remainers’ and ‘Leavers’ from the 2016 EU referendum which he made for a Channel 4 documentary called ‘Divided Britain’. The show also displays tapestries, banners, a bronze head and a ‘shrine’ commemorating Perry’s marriage. Grayson Perry won the Turner Prize in 2003, Britain’s most important Contemporary Art award. He is also a television presenter, making programmes about art and British life. Twitter: @theartchannel1

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