Turner Prize 2016 at Tate Britain


Project for Door (After Gaetano Pesce), 2015 installation view, Anthea Hamilton: Lichen! Libido! Chastity!, SculptureCenter, 2015, Courtesy the artist, Photo: Kyle Knodell Pinterest


See some of the best British contemporary art around, as works by this year’s Turner Prize finalists go on display at Tate Britain.

At this year’s exhibition, you’ll find sculptures that portray a physical representation of language by Michael Dean; see seductive and comic-like works by Anthea Hamilton; question the world around you through collages by Helen Marten; and explore the nature of image-making through Josephine Pryde’s photography and installations.

One of the world’s leading contemporary visual art awards, the Turner Prize is awarded to a British artist under the age of 50 for either an exhibition or a collection of their work from the past year. Previous winners have included Gilbert and George, Anish Kapoor, Antony Gormley and Damien Hirst.

The exhibition returns to London this year, having been hosted in Glasgow in 2015.



Adult Ticket: £10.90 to £12.00 (USD13.76) per ticket
Child Ticket (under 12 years old). Up to four per adult: Free (USD0.00)
Concession Ticket: £9.50 to £10.50 (USD12.00) per ticket

This exhibition is free to attend for Tate Members.

Venue Details & Map

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