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Turner Prize 1998

Turner Prize 1998

an exhibition of work by the shortlisted artists, Tacita Dean, Cathy de Moncheaux, Chris Ofili, Sam Taylor-Wood

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Published by Tate Gallery in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dean, Tacita, -- 1965-,
  • De Monchaux, Cathy, -- 1960-,
  • Ofili, Chris, -- 1968-,
  • Taylor-Wood, Sam, -- 1967-

  • Edition Notes

    Published on the occasion of the exhibition held at the Tate Gallery, 28 October 1998 - 10 January 1999.

    Statementwritten by Virginia Button and Michela Parkin.
    ContributionsTate Gallery.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[16]p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18723191M

    Cover images: Salamander Picture Library. Dustjacket synopsis: "When Master Georgie - George Hardy, surgeon and photographer - sets off from the cold squalor of Victorian Liverpool for the heat and glitter of the Bosphorus to offer his services in the Crimea, there straggles behind him a small caravan of devoted followers: Myrtle, his adoring adoptive sister; lapsed geologist Dr Potter; and. In this work, Virginia Button describes the evolution of the Turner Prize and presents an illustrated year-by-year survey of the artists participating since Each winner and shortlisted artist is represented by a word entry and at least one artwork.

      The Tate is to turn the lights back on, and off, on a more regular basis after buying Martin Creed’s controversial Turner Prize winning piece from This book uses an examination of the annual Turner Prize to defend the view that the evaluation of artworks is a reason-based activity, notwithstanding the lack of any agreed criteria for judging excellence in art. It undertakes an empirical investigation of actual critical practice as evident.

    Booker Prize Winners The Man Booker Prize is awarded to what is, in the opinion of the judges, the best novel of the year written in English and published in the UK. - .   Assembled in Margate, England, to discover the winner of the Turner Prize, members of the British art world discovered that the long-in-the-tooth award would go to all four nominated artists.


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The Turner Prize by Virginia Button, Adrian Searle and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Turner Prize by Button, Virginia; Searle, Adrian - AbeBooks. The Frederick Jackson Turner Award is given annually by the Organization of American Historians to the author of a first scholarly book dealing with some aspect of American history.

The rules and terms of the competition are as follows: Eligible books must be published during the calendar year preceding that in which the award is given.

Turner Prize, award given annually to a visual artist born in or based in Great Britain in recognition of an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of his or her is considered the highest honour in the British art world.

Named for English Romantic painter J.M.W. Turner, the prize was established in by the Patrons of New Art, a group of donors associated with the Tate Gallery. Wed 2 Dec EST First published on Wed 2 Dec EST.

in the Turner Prize show is a portrait of a woman shedding tears, and in each tear is a tiny portrait of black murder. The Turner Prize is awarded to a British artist.

‘British’ can mean an artist working primarily in Britain or an artist born in Britain working globally. The prize focuses on their recent developments in British art rather than a lifetime's achievement.

Home > OAH Awards & Prizes > Book Awards and Prizes > Frederick Jackson Turner Award > Frederick Jackson Turner Award Winners. Frederick Jackson Turner Award Winners. Vincent DiGirolamo, Baruch College, Crying the News: A History of America's Newsboys (Oxford University Press) Elizabeth Gillespie McRae, Western Carolina University, Mothers of Massive.

Chris Ofili was awarded the Turner Prize in for his iconic painting No Woman, No Cry (), surprisingly making him the first painter to receive the award since Hodgkin.

But like Hirst’s controversial work, Ofili’s painting sent shockwaves through the art world. This updated edition of The Turner Prize offers a concise survey of the most influential British artists of the past two decades, including Damien Hirst, Chris Ofili, Rachel Whiteread, and Jeremy Deller.

Notable Books of Dec. 6, By Janette Turner Hospital. (Norton, $) A report, arising from a Pulitzer Prize-winning series in. It is fairly hard to imagine the contemporary art scene in the United Kingdom, and the world at large, without the great influence of the Turner Prize, one of the most prestigious awards in visual since it was established by a group called the Patrons of New Art init has been drawing great interest in British art-makers and, at the same time, helping the Tate Gallery find and.

Named after England's greatest painter JMW Turner (), and worth £20, to the winning artist, the Turner Prize is an annual visual arts prize, usually awarded at the beginning of December, for achievement in contemporary art.

The Turner prize, launched 30 years ago. On the eve of the Turner Prize exhibition Tate director Nicholas Serota and The Guardian's art critic Jonathan Jones consider its legacy. The last Turner Prize really to impact on the public consciousness came in when it was won by Simon Starling’s Shedboatshed – a German shed that was turned into a boat, sailed to the.

Get this from a library. The Turner prize. [Virginia Button] -- Winners of the Turner Prize fromwith essays on each artist, and a brief history of the Turner Prize. Miriam: Let us all be vigilant in making sure non-Pulitzers are excised from this list when those books crop up.

But in order to do that, we need to make ourselves aware of what the Pulitzer-winners are and when the Pulitzer began, for it wasn't inas you've said, but ratherwith the first prize to a work of fiction given in And yes: the writer must be an American, but a.

BBC Artsnight What Has the Turner Prize Ever Done for Us Documentary. Since the Turner Prize has been instrumental in bringing about a sea change in the attitude and awareness of the public to contemporary art.

No other prize has. Previous winners include Ted Hughes (), and Alice Oswald (), who also won the Warwick Prize. The shortlist for this year's prize, which is now in its 20th anniversary year, will be.Victor Turner Prize for Ethnographic Writing, Victor Turner Prize for Ethnographic Writing, Darnell, Regna Family, and Other Modern Things.

Reflecting over a decade of fieldwork in India and North America, this complex book strikes a richly shifting balance between theory and ethnography.CHRIS OFILI, who paints with elephant dung, won the pou Turner Prize last night.

He was the first painter since Howard Hodgkin in to win the visual arts' most prestigious award.