The annual prize exhibition features the work of Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten, Josephine Pryde and Michael Dean. But what have critics been saying about the work nominated for this year’s awards?
The Guardian: “this is perhaps the most peculiar and baffling Turner prize show I can remember. I haven’t enjoyed being so confounded and perplexed in a long time.”
Evening Standard: **** “the display of work by the four contenders efficiently captures art’s current mood.”
The Upcoming: **** “The works on show are engaging and ask key questions about the nature of art and how we interact with it.”
The Telegraph: **** “this is one of the strongest Turner Prize shows in ages.”
The Times: ** “Only this award would bring objects like this into a public museum, and this year’s display is nothing if not idiosyncratic.”
Turner Prize 2016 is on display until the 2nd January 2017. For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/exhibition/turner-prize-2016