Grayson Perry exhibition at Croome
Croome is delighted to be presenting works by international contemporary artist Grayson Perry, well known for chronicling modern life through ceramics, tapestries and other art forms.
Visitors can see three tapestries and two etchings centred around the theme of landscapes and identity which link to the Trust’s National Public Programme 'People’s Landscapes' exploring the social history of places.
Displayed over two rooms are the ‘Battle of Britain’, ‘Red Carpet’ and ‘The Digmoor Tapestry’ alongside intricate etchings of ‘Map of an Englishman’ and ‘Map of Days’.
Artworks are courtesy of Paragon, based in London, publishers in the contemporary art world and owners of many works by Perry.
" This is the second show of Grayson Perry’s work at Croome, the last one in 2016. The whole team is really excited for the launch on 2 March 2019 – there are some fantastic works included, some of which were only made in 2017"
The free exhibition is on show from Saturday 2 March until Sunday 29 September 2019 between 11am-4pm (normal admission applies to access Croome).
Grayson Perry exhibition tour
Join our head of Visitor Experience, Amy Forster-Smith, on an informative walking tour of the five works by Grayson Perry. Explaining each piece in turn, she will interpret the themes and details in each artwork.
The one hour tour takes place at 2pm on the following dates:
Tue 2 July, Fri 12 July, Mon 22 July, Sat 3 Aug, Sun 4 Aug, Fri 30 Aug, Thu 12 Sept and Tue 17 Sept.
Each ticket will receive a 10% discount voucher to be spent on any food and beverage in the restaurant or tea-room on the day.
Tickets are £5 per adult and £2 per child - normal admission applies.
Booking is essential for this popular tour as spaces are limited.