Grayson Perry at National Portrait Gallery ‘Who Are You?’
I was lucky enough to catch up with some old friends and have a look round one of my favourite galleries, the National Portrait Gallery, in London yesterday, specifically to see the Grayson Perry exhibition. What struck me was the attention to detail and high level of craftsmanship in all of his work, which was […] Read More
Hunted and Stuffed + Virginia Woolf at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
‘A Room of One’s Own’ by Virginia Woolf. “In 1919 the Woolf’s bough Monk’s House in the village of Rodmell. This was a small weather-boarded house (now owned by the National Trust) which they used principally for summer holidays until they were bombed out of their flat in Mecklenburgh Square, London in 1940 when it […] Read More