I saw the exhibition of Grayson Perry's tapestries "The Vanity of Small Differences" (and some pots) at the Victoria Miro Gallery, Wharf Street. The building is sensational - a new high ceilinged room on top of an old warehouse.
After the Grayson Perry exhibition, I went once again to the Ceramic Galleries of the V&A - I think I photograph the same pots on every visit (Staite Murray, Coper...) but this time there were some new ones too.
|Anders Ruhwald (DK)|
|Supreme Hans Coper|
See an interview with her here
|Richard Notkin teapot from the 1980s, and behind it, Philip Cornelius|
|Detail, Gordon Baldwin|