Fiona Banner

born 1966

Fiona Banner, ‘Break Point’ 1998
Break Point 1998
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Fiona Banner aka The Vanity Press (born 1966) is an English artist, who was shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 2002. In 2010, she produced new work for a Duveen Hall commission at Tate Britain.

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Fiona Banner: Harrier and Jaguar

For the 2010 Duveen commission Fiona Banner places recently decommissioned fighter planes in the incongruous setting of the Duveen Galleries ...


Fiona Banner: Fighter Planes and Christmas Trees

Every year Tate Britain commissions a contemporary artist to design its Christmas Tree



20 Minute Tour: Pattern at Tate Britain

Lily Bonesso

To coincide with Sonia Delaunay opening at Tate Modern, we've selected 7 key artworks from our collection at Tate ...

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Tate Etc. issue 19: Summer 2010

Tate Etc. Issue 19: Visiting and revisiting Art, etcetera; online edition of Tate's magazine
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Fighting talk: Martin Herbert on Fiona Banner

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Fiona Banner installs a large new work at Tate Britain, which reflects her continuing interest in war and the language ...

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