Updated: Oct 30
Visited the Holborn Museum in Bath to see Grayson Perry - The Pre Therapy Years. This was a collection 20 or so ceramic pots plates and models made in his early time at study. Much of it had the angst and wit we are used to, but on many pieces here much of the messages and symbolism he has used is very blunt and to the point, making for some challenging pieces you wouldn't necessarily have on display in your home.
Although he is obviously a very good ceramicist and has some excellent work that has a great deal to say, I'm still not drawn to the majority of his work, and find that i enjoy two dimensional work a great deal more than three dimensional work on an emotional level.