2 October 2012

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Turner Prize 2012 The Artists Reviewed By An Artist

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 […]

1 October 2012

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Turner Prize 2012 Jude Law Presents Prestigious Award – Review

The Artists nominated for the Turner Prize 2012 unveiled their work today, at Tate Britain, in an exhibition which questions your sensibilities and again challenges your perceptions of boundaries in contemporary art. The exhibition was broken down into six rooms featuring the work by the four shortlisted artists:  Paul Noble, Luke Fowler, Spartacus Chetwynd and […]

30 September 2012

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Turner Prize Exhibition Launches Autumn Season At Tate Britain

The Turner Prize 2012 exhibition got underway at Tate Britain today with a press view and curators talk. It will open to the public tomorrow (Tuesday 2 October). The Prize was established in 1984 by the Patrons of New Art and is intended to promote public discussion of new developments in contemporary British art.  The […]