The Turner Prize was established in 1984 by the Tate and the Patrons of New Art to broaden visibility for art in the UK.

It is an annual prize, awarded to a British artist who has presented an outstanding exhibition or project anywhere in the world in the previous year.

Up until 2008 the Turner Prize exhibition was held at Tate Britain, but has since travelled to venues outside of London every other year. This year, as part of the UK City of Culture, the Prize comes to Hull’s Ferens Art Gallery.

The exhibition opened in September and runs until January 2018. We headed to Ferens to meet Turner Prize 2017 curators Sacha Craddock and George Vasey. In this series of short films, George and Sacha tell us about the exhibitions presented by the four shortlisted artists for this year’s prize.

In this film, curator George Vasey tells us about Rosalind Nashashibi's Turner Prize exhibition.

Read more and watch the rest of the films in the series:

Turner Prize 2017 | George Vasey on Rosalind Nashashibi - СКАЧАТЬ ВИДЕО
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