Monthly Archives: October 2009

Walthamstow Tapestry at Victoria Miro Gallery

Grayson Perry’s latest masterpiece is a giant tapestry take on modern life, with a headscarfed woman at its heart. So, is his cross-dressing for real, or is he just acting up a storm? Waldemar Januszczak peers into his psyche and is startled by what he finds

Maharaja at the V&A

Trying to make sense of the rich Indian princes only reveals the depths of their avarice

Pop Life opens at the Tate Modern

Apparently, Pop Life at Tate Modern was going to be called Sold Out. But the curators grew nervous. Which is unfortunate, because, to my ears, Sold Out is not only a punchier title for the show, but also a more appropriate one. Rarely have I seen this many artworks crammed into a single display, piled […]