The Shortlist for the 2015 Turner Prize has been announced, featuring a diverse body of artists and practices that diverges wildly from last year’s heavily video and film-centric affair. The 2015 Prize exhibition will be staged this year at the Tramway arts venue in Glasgow. The Turner Prize, a £25,000 award, is Britain’s most prominent recognition in the arts, and this year will go to either London artist Bonnie Camplin, German-born artist Nicole Wermers, London-based arts collective Assemble (which adopted an abandoned housing estate and converted it into a new community space), or artist Janice Kerbel. Working in a wide variety of media, social practice and community milieu factor heavily into the pieces on view this year.
The Turner Prize exhibition will open this October in Glasgow.
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