Whytes' 'The Eclectic Collector', Grayson Perry's dynamic tapestries and the Glen of Aherlow Winter Walking Festival
Artist Grayson Perry’s dynamic tapestries are now on show at the RHA until March 19. The Vanity of Small Differences were created alongside the Bafta-winning documentary All In The Best Possible Taste, which Perry made in 2012, and saw him visit different parts of England, examining the differing tastes among the social groups in each. It was an opportunity, says Perry, to “focus on the emotional investment we make in the things we choose to live with, wear, eat, read or drive”. See rhagallery.ie.
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