Among the nominees is Heather Phillipson, familiar to the public for her sculpture of a giant cherry overlooking a mound of whipped cream, a fly and a drone until March in Trafalgar Square in the center of London.
Other names are British photographer Ingrid Pollard, sculptor Veronica Ryan and non-binary artist Sin Y Kin.
“With many museums and galleries re-opening their doors in May 2021, the past 12 months have been great for contemporary British art, as this rich and diverse selection for the Turner Prize showcases”Tate Britain director and co-chair of the Alex Farquharson Prize rejoiced.
For the first time since 2007, the four artists will be exhibiting at the Tate Liverpool between October 20 and March 19, 2023. It is in this city in the north of England that the prestigious award will be presented in December.
Last year, Northern Irish artist collective Array Collective, whose works aim to echo Northern Ireland’s problems, won the prize.
Created in 1984, the Turner Prize, named in tribute to the painter William Turner, is noted for its nonconformity and familiarity with controversy.
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