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07 December 2023 - Artist Jesse Darling wins Turner Prize for contemporary art

Publié par Marion Coste le 07/12/2023

Jesse Darling Wins Turner Prize, UK’s Top Art Award

Alex Greenberger (ARTnews, 05/12/2023)

Jesse Darling, a Berlin-based artist known for sculptures that stand in for unstable bodies, has won the Turner Prize, the UK’s top art award. He will now receive £25,000, or around $31,500.

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Turner Prize: Jesse Darling wins for 'delirious' art using tattered flags and barbed wire

Ian Youngs (BBC, 06/12/2023)

An exhibition featuring crowd control barriers that have gone out of control, twisted railway tracks, barbed wire and tattered union jack bunting - all making a comment on modern British life - has won this year's Turner Prize.

Jesse Darling picked up the prestigious art award and its £25,000 cheque at a ceremony in Eastbourne, East Sussex.

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Turner prize winner Jesse Darling: ‘I’ve been a dancer, a decorator and a circus clown’

Charlotte Higgins (The Guardian, 06/12/2023)

It’s not often you laugh in a contemporary art exhibition, but I did in Jesse Darling’s room at the Turner prize show. There’s an energy and wit to his sculptures, made from crash barriers and red-and-white plastic tape; to his jaunty, priapic candles attached to walls; to his hammers bound up with ribbons and bells and placed in glass cases (their inherent masculinity spoofed and transformed, as if they were fetish objects from some future religion). 

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Artist Jesse Darling wins the prestigious 2023 Turner Prize

Jacqui Palumbo (CNN, 05/12/2023)

Artist Jesse Darling is the latest recipient of the Turner Prize, the UK’s top award for artists that grants £25,000 ($31,500) annually. The announcement was made on Tuesday at an evening ceremony in Eastbourne, southeast England.

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