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August 5th, 2012

Along with other British notables interviewed in The Guardian, Grayson Perry discusses what the various names for the ‘evening meal’ indicate about an individual’s social class. The artist, who often centerpieces the discussion of social class divides in his art, claims that “the word supper implies a subtle rebuke to the aspirational classes who are gauche enough to hold dinner parties at home.”

Read the article via The Guardian