Tue 6 October 2009, The Guardian

Grayson Perry's The Walthamstow Tapestry goes on display in London

By Charlotte Higgins
Aside from his way of appearing in public dressed in elaborate couture party frocks, Grayson Perry, who won the 2003 Turner prize, is best known for his beautifully crafted pots decorated with often uncomfortable scenes of modern life.
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