Turner Prize 2002
Tate Britain: Exhibition
30 October 20025 January 2003
Part of the series Turner Prize
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  • Fiona Banner installation Turner Prize 2002

    Fiona Banner installation Turner Prize 2002

    Photo:
    © Tate Photography, Courtesy the artist and Frith Street Gallery, London

  • Liam Gillick Turner Prize installation 2002

    Liam Gillick installation Turner Prize 2002

    Photo:
    © Tate Photography, Courtesy Corvi - Mora, London,
    © The artist

  • Keith Tyson Turner Prize installation 2002

    Keith Tyson Turner Prize installation 2002

    © The artist
    Photo:
    © Tate Photography

  • Catherine Yass Turner Prize installation 2002

    Catherine Yass Turner Prize installation 2002

    Courtesy the artist and aspreyjacques, London

The Turner Prize is widely considered to be one of the most important and prestigious awards for the visual arts in Europe.

The shortlisted artists

The winner

The £20,000 prize was presented to Keith Tyson in a ceremony at Tate Britain on Sunday 8 December during a live television broadcast by Channel 4. The judges commended the way in which ‘his work embraces the poetic, the logical, the humorous, and the fantastical and draws connections between them’.

The judges

  • Michael Archer, critic and lecturer
  • Susan Ferleger Brades, Director of the Hayward Gallery
  • Alfred Pacquement, Director of the National Museum of Modern Art at the Georges Pompidou Centre
  • Greville Worthington, collector and curator is this year’s representative of the Patrons of New Art on the Turner Prize panel
  • Nicholas Serota, Director of Tate