Iliana Taliotis

PR & project management | Art, design, craft & culture

Grayson Perry

Cristina Schek

Collect, the Crafts Council’s international art fair for contemporary objects, opened last week with a fresh and vibrant new look. There were some extraordinary things on show, including these cut porcelain objects by Zemer Peled. One of the fair highlights was a display of Grayson Perry’s ‘The Essex House Tapestries’, which capture scenes from the life of Perry’s fictional character, Julie Cope. They’re incredibly vibrant, moving and humorous.