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Art enthusiasts can muse over the eagerly-awaited exhibition at New Brewery Arts in Cirencester this summer featuring esteemed artist, Grayson Perry.
Exhibiting from Saturday 20 May 2017 to Sunday 16 July 2017, visitors can experience first-hand a fascinating insight into the story of Julie Cope, a fictional Essex woman, whose inspiration stemmed from Perry’s childhood.
Visitors can view a pair of Grayson Perry tapestries, which are set to be displayed along with an audio accompaniment of the ‘Ballad of Julie Cope’ read by Perry himself, offering the rare chance to see the work of the Turner Prize-winning artist in Gloucestershire.
Originally showcased in London’s Saatchi Gallery, the exhibition is a must-see for admirers of Perry’s work.
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