Mark Wallinger

born 1959

In Tate Britain

Biography

Mark Wallinger (born 1959) is a British artist, best known for his sculpture for the empty fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Ecce Homo (1999), and State Britain (2007), a recreation at Tate Britain of Brian Haw's protest display outside parliament. He won the Turner Prize in 2007. He is a studio holder at The Bomb Factory Art Foundation in Archway, North London.

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Artworks

Artist as subject

Mark Wallinger Angel

1997

Mark Wallinger Hymn

1997

Film and audio

Features

Can you believe it?

Michael Diers

Trompe l’œil celebrated as the art of illusion in antiquity.

Captive audience: Mark Wallinger

Christy Lange

When, in 2003, magician David Blaine starved himself in a Plexiglas box suspended above the Thames, hecklers pelted him with ...

A celestial journey: Clouds

Richard Hamblyn

Richard Hamblyn looks at the use of sky to load meaning in painting since the Renaissance, including the work of ...

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