Cathy Wilkes

born 1966

In Tate Britain

Biography

Cathy Wilkes (born 1966) is a British artist from Northern Ireland, based in Glasgow. She makes sculpture, paintings and installations.

Wilkes is a 2008 Turner Prize nominee. She is to represent Great Britain at the 58th Venice Biennale in 2019, with a major solo exhibition of new work.

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Artworks

Film and audio

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Turner Prize Exhibition Talk: Dan Fox

The Turner Prize has played a huge part in raising the profile of contemporary British art around the world. Dan ...
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Turner Prize 2008: Fiona Bradley

Love it or hate it, the Turner Prize gets everyone talking. At this event Fiona Bradley, Director of Edinburgh's ...
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TateShots: Turner Prize 08 – Part 1: Goshka Macuga and Cathy Wilkes

Nick Hackworth examines the work of nominees Goshka Macuga and Cathy Wilkes

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Inner worlds and outer realities: Cathy Wilkes

Former Turner Prize nominee Cathy Wilkes (b1966) has since the 1990s been making compelling installations and assemblages, often drawn from ...

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The scene is set: Tate Britain New Displays I

Several displays this summer explore ways in which ideas surrounding performance have come to occupy a defining place in art ...

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