The Turner Prize shortlist 2010

Dexter Dalwood, The Otolith Group, Susan Philipsz and Angela de la Cruz
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The Otolith Group, Otolith III (2009)

1 / 11 The Otolith Group, Otolith III (2009)

The Otolith Group at The Turner Prize 2010, Tate Britain

2 / 11 The Otolith Group at The Turner Prize 2010, Tate Britain

The Otolith Group, A Long Time Between Suns (part 1) (2009)

3 / 11 The Otolith Group, A Long Time Between Suns (part 1) (2009)

Susan Philipsz, Lowlands, Glasgow International (2010), Glasgow

4 / 11 Susan Philipsz, Lowlands, Glasgow International (2010), Glasgow

Susan Philipsz, Lowlands (2008/2010) at Turner Prize 2010

5 / 11 Susan Philipsz, Lowlands (2008/2010) at Turner Prize 2010

Angela de la Cruz, Ready to Wear (1999)

6 / 11 Angela de la Cruz, Ready to Wear (1999)

Angela de la Cruz, Deflated IX (2010)

7 / 11 Angela de la Cruz, Deflated IX (2010)

Dexter Dalwood, Death of David Kelly (2008)

8 / 11 Dexter Dalwood, Death of David Kelly (2008)

Dexter Dalwood at The Turner Prize 2010

9 / 11 Dexter Dalwood at The Turner Prize 2010

Dexter Dalwood, Burroughs in Tangiers (2005)

10 / 11 Dexter Dalwood, Burroughs in Tangiers (2005)

The Turner Prize 2010

11 / 11 The Turner Prize 2010


The exhibition of work (on view at Tate Britain until 2 January 2011) by the artists shortlisted this year for the world's most contentious art prize includes a video piece by collective The Otolith Group, the Turner's first sound installation, courtesy of Susan Philipsz, Angela de la Cruz's violently-rent paintings/sculptures and the controversial narrative paintings of Dexter Dalwood. 

The key question, of course, is who will win? Tune in to Channel 4 News on 6 December, when the result will be announced by Fondazione Prada founder Miuccia Prada. 


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