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The 2022 Turner Prize: a ‘vintage’ shortlist?

Miranda Bryant said in The times.

Phillipson, 44, is one of four artists shortlisted for Britain’s most prestigious art award: the others are visual artist Sin Wai Kin, a Canadian who “identifies as non-binary”; pioneering black photographer Ingrid Pollard; and sculptor Veronica Ryan. As usual, the artists will be invited to show their work in a free exhibition, this year at Tate Liverpool, before the winner is announced at a televised ceremony in December.

Established in 1984, the Turner Prize is “one of the most important awards in the international art world,” said Alex Marshall in The New York Times. It has long been a divisive event: in the 1990s, contenders such as Damien Hirst, Rachel Whiteread and Tracey Emin were judged sufficiently controversial to elicit tabloid outrage. More recently, critics have complained that the nominees are “too obscure or that their work is more activism than art.”

Last year the award was won by Array Collective, an 11-strong group of artists from Northern Ireland who take part in protests “while holding homemade props and humorous banners”; In 2019, the nominees declared themselves joint winners, stating their highly political work was “incompatible with the competition format.”

This year will be vintage, Adrian Searle said in The guard. “What a good Turner Prize Shortlist this is”: The four artists work in different media, but there are “thematic crossovers between them”. Pollard and Ryan, who both came to Britain from the Caribbean as children in the 1950s, address “the legacies of colonialism and migration”; Born in 1991 to a Hong Kong Chinese father and an English mother, Sin questions “identity and place” in a very different way. All four artists look to “growth, revival and reinvention”. In these times such values ​​are “more in demand than ever”.

https://www.theweek.co.uk/arts-life/culture/art/956500/the-turner-prize-2022-a-vintage-shortlist The 2022 Turner Prize: a ‘vintage’ shortlist?

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