Photo: Chris McAndrew. All Moral Rights Asserted 2019  
  • 11 November 2022
  • 18.00–20.00
  • The National Museum – Auditorium

The National Museum invites you to a talk with the British artist Grayson Perry live. He is among Britain’s most celebrated and internationally recognized artists, praised for his innovative pictorial narratives and his sharp satirical look at English cultural and social life.   

Perry works with traditional media; ceramics, cast iron, bronze, printmaking and tapestry. He has many areas of interest and is also known as an author, speaker and television personality. Perry has produced radio programs, documentaries for tv and toured with stage shows in which he talks about the small and big questions in life and art.

Autobiographical and interpersonal relationships are at the center of everything Perry makes. In this talk at the National Museum, you can hear him speak with seriousness and humor about life as an artist, the art world and other current topics that occupy him.   
  
The talk takes place in English and will last approximately 45 minutes, with a following Q&A afterwards. The event starts at 18:00 in the Auditorium. Doors open at 17:30.