The world's most recognised and prestigious award for contemporary art, the Turner Prize presents the very best of current British art.
My latest visit to the Baltic (Newcastle) Exhibition.
Karla Black’s work draws from a multiplicity of artistic traditions. Her large scale sculptures include modest everyday substances, along with very traditional art-making materials to create abstract formations.
I actualy don't know what to think about her design ideas, yes there is a nice concept behind it
but maybe a 5 year old would have a same simolor idea.
Martin Boyce's work creates atmospheric, sculptural art inspired by modernist design history, which it often directly quotes, writes Matthew Cain.Typically, Boyce's work relates to and transforms the space around it, creating atmospheric, sculptural art inspired by modernist design history, which it often directly quotes.
This major exhibition of the work of British artist George Shaw brings together some forty paintings from 1996 to the present day. Within a practice that has encompassed drawing, video-making, performance and writing, Shaw is best known for his expansive body of painting.
So yes I thought the whole exhibition was a disappointment compare to my last visit.