Turner Prize finalists exhibited at Tate Gallery Automatic translate
The work of four finalists of the prestigious Turner Prize in contemporary art: monumental drawings, carnival performances and films that explore the psychological problems of society, sound installations and artworks, were presented yesterday at the Tate Britain Gallery in London.
The exhibition will run until January 6, and the winner of the prize will be named December 3, in London, by the popular Hollywood actor Jude Law.
In 2012, the finalists were the British Spartacus Chetwynd, Luke Fowler, Paul Noble and Elizabeth Price. The Turner Prize fund currently stands at around $ 72 million. The winner will receive $ 45,000, each of the finalists - $ 9,000 each. The Turner Prize is awarded every year for the best work of modern art. Any artist who has not reached the age of fifty can become a nominee.
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