Elizabeth Price will be presented by Artangel in a 19th-century assembly room on Borough Road in London from 1 May – 28 June 2020. This will be the first significant presentation of Price’s work in London since she was awarded the Turner Prize in 2012. SLOW DANS is the most ambitious installation to date by this Turner Prize-winning artist.
Paul Black chooses his best exhibitions of 2016 and delves deeper than the blockbusters and often further afield from London.
7 July 2016
‘IN A DREAM YOU SAW A WAY TO SURVIVE AND YOU WERE FULL OF JOY’, the current central exhibition at the Whitworth, Manchester, is Elizabeth Price’s profusely original feat of curatorship. Claiming herself that she approaches the curating of an exhibition in a similar way to which she would create art, this becomes perfectly clear upon visiting her exhibition and reading her elucidations. […]
Paul Black has visited the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford to meet Turner Prize, and 2013 Contemporary Art Society Award winner Elizabeth Price, and view Price’s latest video work; a response to the collections and archives of the Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers museums, in partnership with the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford, where the artist teaches. […]
Elizabeth Price, the Turner Prize and 2013 Contemporary Art Society Award winner has created a new work in response to the collections and archives of the Ashmolean and Pitt Rivers museums, in partnership with the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford, where Price teaches. The new commission is a fifteen-minute, two-screen digital video which employs the museums’ photographic and graphic […]
The Indivisible Present is the first exhibition in KALEIDOSCOPE, a year long programme of unfolding exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford in 2016. During the year, iconic works from the past return to the gallery alongside new commissions by acclaimed artists of the current generation. In the opening exhibition, what we see and the things we […]
The Ashmolean Museum is to present Andy Warhol: Works From The Hall Collection, this spring exhibition will display, for the first time in public, an important private collection of works by Andy Warhol (1928‒1987). Cultural icon, celebrity and provocateur, Warhol produced images which are instantly recognisable, but this exhibition, through the lens of a private […]
A total of 14 artists has written an open letter to the Guardian, in which they condemn Cuban artist Tania Bruguera’s continued detention in her home country. The notable collection of signatories includes four Turner Prize winners – Simon Starling, Mark Leckey, Jeremy Deller and Elizabeth Price – as well as Sir Anish Kapoor and […]
It has been a very busy week for the Turner Prize winning video artist Elizabeth Price who has not only won the £60,000 Contemporary Art Society (CAS) Award, but has also been selected by the Whitechapel Gallery for Artists’ Film International, an annual touring programme of film, video and animation chosen by 15 partner organisations […]
The Video artist Elizabeth Price was presented the winner of Britain’s most coveted art award this evening at a ceremony at Tate Britain. She was given the cheque for £25,000 by actor Jude Law, for her video installation, The Woolworths Choir of 1979, 2012. Price a Yorkshire born artist, utilises archival text, images and music […]
Visiting the Turner Prize is a bit of a ritual for art lovers, a ritual that opens a window into the examination of the needs of society, the thoughts of the judges and the evolution of art. I decided to do as one of the nominees, Paul Noble suggested, start with the ‘name’ and look […]
Ryan Gander Overlooked For Turner Prize 2012 The nominees for the distinguished Tuner Prize were announced today and include an eccentric collection of multitalented artists; Spartacus Chetwynd, Luke Fowler, Paul Noble, and Elizabeth Price. But where is Ryan Gander? Tate Britain director Penelope Curtis has described the shortlist as a “rather good mixture,” balanced both […]