Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry has a new exhibition at London’s National Portrait Gallery that’s asking the question, “Who Are You?” The English artist is using non-traditional portraiture techniques to explore self-identity and what it means to be a Brit. Included in his works are 14 portraits—including a self-portrait—composed on vases, posters, banners and even a hijab; the veil that covers Muslim women. Make sure to catch the exhibition, which is on display until 15 March 2015, and maybe you’ll finally know what to say when someone asks, “Who Are You?”
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