Following the Academy as it prepares for its annual extravaganza. Grayson Perry takes the helm to coordinate the world's longest running and largest open-submission show.
This year the Royal Academy celebrates its 250th Summer Exhibition and artist Grayson Perry takes the helm to coordinate the world's longest running and largest open-submission show. Presented by Kirsty Wark and Jayson Mansaray the programme comes from the very glamorous private view and goes behind the scenes of the Academy as it prepares for its annual artistic extravaganza. Grayson in his role as chief coordinator celebrates the democracy of the exhibition with the theme of Art Made Now and creates a room of fun dedicated to pieces he finds amusing.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
Why Won't They Talk To Me?
Here Comes Your Man
In My Direction
|Executive Producer||Janet Lee|