This exhibition brings together prints by six renowned and celebrated artists: Polly Apfelbaum; Louise Bourgeois; Maggi Hambling; Victor Pasmore; Grayson Perry & Bridget Riley. Whilst the artists span different generations with distinct styles, all share a dedication to printmaking as a significant part of their creative output.  The works display a range of printing techniques, each carefully selected to supplement the artist's unique working method. For a limited time, the works will be on display together in gallery 2 in our London gallery.  

Grayson Perry describes how he created his Map of Nowhere –his personal worldview and a parody of the intellectual constructs of religion.

Denis Lawson explains the influence of the Hereford Mappa Mundi on Grayson Perry’s Map of Nowhere.

Grayson Perry, Map of Nowhere