He shot to fame as the crowd-pleasing, cross-dressing, Turner Prize-winning potter. But the real Grayson Perry is more complex than his image suggests.
The Independent on The Southbank Show: Grayson Perry
As a presenter, I find Perry a constant surprise. Here, he was equally unpredictable, almost admiring of those who were desperate to hang onto their little patch of England. The end result was lovely – vibrant, enigmatic, strange – but I would like to have seen more of Perry at the wheel.
The Telegraph on Grayson Perry: What Britain Wants
Funny, witty and visually delightful
Evening Standard on The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!
The conclusion of Grayson Perry’s artistic exploration of the tribalism that accompanied the Brexit vote moved some of his subjects to the point of tears, and struck me with the punch of original insight. Perry’s television programmes are great because they dare to reach conclusions that rise to artistic statements
The Times on Grayson Perry: What Britain Wants