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Life’s rich tapestry plays out in a car park

Salisbury Cathedral exhibits Grayson Perry’s satirical artworks

Mark Moran
01 July 2022
The Agony in the Car Park by Grayson Perry

 

The Agony in the Car Park, Grayson Perry’s striking tapestry featuring a suited man being crucified, is being shown at Salisbury Cathedral. It is one of six tapestries, each 4 metres by 2 metres, that make up his 2012 collection The Vanity of Small Differences.

Over the last decade the tapestries have been displayed in galleries, museums and stately homes, but this is the first time the works have been displayed in an religious setting.

Perry said: “It was conceived as a public...

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