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Permanent Rachel Whiteread Piece To Crown Governors Island

Turner prize-winning artist Rachel Whiteread will be installing a permanent, site-specific installation in a new park that is nearing completion called The Hills on Governors Island, the Observer has learned. 233 more words

Turner Prize nominees named

Michael Dean, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten and Josephine Pryde have been nominated for the 2016 Turner Prize, one of the best-known awards for the visual arts. 262 more words


All aboard!

It ‘s not clear whether Josephine Pryde’s train will be featured in the Tate later this year, but if it is, then it may lead to the most excited audience yet for the Turner Prize nominations. 232 more words

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Turner Prize 2016 Shortlist Announced

Tate Britain has today announced the names of the four shortlisted artists for the 2016 Turner Prize. 

The prize returns to Tate Britain with an exhibition of the work by the four artists, which will open at the gallery on the 27th September. 299 more words

Roger Hiorns and Mamma Andersson: 
The Power of Objects in Art

Originally published in The Aspen Daily News on December 10, 2010

When Walter Benjamin wrote about an object existing beyond its material essence and taking on a new identity in the minds of its owner in his 1931 essay “Unpacking My Library: A Talk About Book Collecting,” sculpture had not yet evolved into an art form that could reflect Benjamin’s abstract theory. 539 more words

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Simon Starling at Backlit Gallery

I am writing this post from my seat as a gallery assistant at Backlit Gallery, so you could say this won’t be an entirely unbiased view of the work on display. 594 more words


'My Bed'- Review

One of the most controversial art pieces ‘My Bed’ created by Tracey Emin in 1998 and shortlisted for the 1999 Turner Prize is on display in London. 152 more words

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