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Josephine Pryde Turner Prize 2016

Through photography and installation Pryde explores the nature of image making and display

Josephine Pryde's installations often include sculptural elements which highlight the context in which the work is displayed, placing as much importance on the staging of the work as the images themselves.

In her Turner Prize exhibition, she presents work from her nominated exhibition lapses in Thinking By the person i Am at CCA Wattis, San Francisco, alongside a series of new works. Photographs are joined by a stationed model of a train entitled The New Media Express in a Temporary Siding (Baby Wants To Ride) 2016. Tagged by graffiti artists from the cities in which it has previously been exhibited, the train is elevated on a platform, awaiting its next move.

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Helen Marten Turner Prize 2016

Helen Martens's intricate and intriguing sculptures bring together a range of handmade and found objects

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Anthea Hamilton Turner Prize 2016

The British artist introduces her exhibition Lichen! Libido! (London!) Chastity!

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Turner Prize 2016

27 Sep 2016 – 2 Jan 2017

Discover the work of 2016 Turner Prize winner Helen Marten and the other three artists shortlisted

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Sculpture

Three-dimensional art made by one of four basic processes: carving, modelling, casting, constructing

Art Term

Installation art

The term installation art is used to describe large-scale, mixed-media constructions, often designed for a specific place or for a ...

Art Term

Graffiti art

Graffiti art as a term refers to images or text painted usually onto buildings, typically using spray paint