The Turner Prize may have grown lacklustre in recent years and its upper age limit of 50 looks increasingly problematic, but this year’s show at Tate Britain showcases the prize’s strongest shortlist for some time. Fisun Güner reports.
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The winner of this year’s Turner Prize, announced at Tramway in Glasgow, is the architecture collective Assemble.
In a piece originally published by The Conversation, artist and 1997 Turner Prize nominee Christine Borland, professor of art at Northumbria University, argues that the prize needs to transcend its own ‘structures of power’ and instead find a way for the art itself to be centre stage.
This year’s Turner Prize exhibition features work by Assemble, Bonnie Camplin, Janice Kerbel and Nicole Wermers, and is showing in Scotland for the first time in its 31-year history. Chris Sharratt reports from Glasgow.
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The shortlist for the 2015 Turner Prize has been announced and features a London-based architecture and design collective and three women artists.
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A campaign to stop the Derry-Londonderry venue that hosted the 2013 Turner Prize being turned into new offices is hotting up, with a 400-strong demonstration in the city and a petition demanding a rethink.
London-based French artist Laure Prouvost has been announced winner of this year’s Turner Prize.
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Tino Sehgal, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, David Shrigley and Laure Prouvost have been announced as the shortlisted artists for this year’s Turner Prize.
Glasgow’s Tramway is to be the host venue for the 2015 Turner Prize, bringing the UK’s highest profile art prize to Scotland for the first time.