This unusual self-portrait featured in Grayson Perry's 2014 television series Who Are You? Perry depicts himself as a walled city, with areas corresponding to his events, experiences and emotions.
Map of Days by Grayson Perry, 2013
Courtesy the Artist, Paragon Press and Victoria Miro, London; © Grayson Perry. Photography: Stephen White
- Coloured etching Dimensions: 111.5 x 384.8 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £17,200 ( Total: £29,000)
- Acquired in:
- Offer Waterman & Co
Streets labelled 'Alpha Masculinity' and 'Common Humanity' meet at buildings named 'Reptilian Brain' and 'Sexism', while the outskirts of the town are dotted with miniature portraits of individuals who feature prominently in Perry's psyche, from Bradley Wiggins to Philip Larkin.