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Turner prize 1991

Turner prize 1991

an exhibition of work by Ian Davenport, Anish Kapoor, Fiona Rae, Rachel Whiteread.

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Published by Tate Gallery in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Guide to the exhibition held at the Tate Gallery, London, 6 November - 8 December 1991.

ContributionsDavenport, Ian, 1966-
The Physical Object
Pagination1 folded leaf :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20864655M

  Below is a brief history of the Turner Prize from its origin in through to the current day. Look out for the next post in the series, where we'll be providing a beginner's guide to the Turner Prize, including information about how the nominees are selected, what the nominees have to do, and how the winner is chosen. – In , it was awarded the American Academy of Religion Award for Best First Book in the History of Religion, followed by the Victor Turner Prize in ethnographic writing by .

  The Turner Prize is designed to stimulate the creation and discussion of new art by emerging artists, and past winners have often gone on to successful careers in .   Evening Standard, The Turner Prize. The annual farce of the Turner Prize is now as inevitable in November as the Pantomime at Christmas, and with both, the weariness of familiarity.

The Turner Prize is a British contemporary arts award that has dominated the arts calendar for twenty-five years. Judging by some recent winners, one could ask, "What is the arts world coming to?!" Or, one could dig deeper into how—and indeed, why—Turner Prizes are awarded. Turner Prize In Gormley was awarded the prestigious Turner Prize for his work 'Field', a work which consists of approximat individual terracotta figures, each between 8 and 26cm high, installed in a room, facing the eyes are raised, staring, suggesting timeless humanity and .


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Anish Kapoor, Indian-born British sculptor known for his use of abstract biomorphic forms and his penchant for rich colours and polished surfaces. He was also the first living artist to be given a solo show at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Kapoor was born in India to parents of Punjabi and.

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The prize is not just for this one book — it’s for an individual of extraordinary promise.” He adds, ”As far as I know, (Styron) didn’t give his check back.” The judges earned $10.

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