Grayson Perryâ€™s exhibition at the British Museum has been extended to the end of February and it is well worth a visit! Perry curates an installation of his new works alongside objects made by unknown men and women throughout history from the British Museumâ€™s collection.
Perryâ€™s bizarre imaginary world strangely compliments the artifacts from the British Museum whilst exploring notions of craftsmanship. The exhibition features vases covered in witty captions, elaborate tapestries and the centrepiece, a richly decorated cast iron coffin-ship, displayed alongside objects from the past two million years of culture and civilisation. The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman is on at the British Museum until the 26th February 2012.