Turner Prize 2016 — at Tate Britain

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The Turner Prize is one of the world's most prestigious contemporary art prizes; awarded to any artist under 50 who was either born in Britain, or anyone who put on an outstanding exhibition during the last 12 months.

The prize is worth £25,000 to the winner, and £5,000 to each of the remaining shortlisted artists.

Tate Britain will be showcasing the work of each of the four shortlisted artists, before announcing the winner in December.

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