Elizabeth Price’s 2012 Turner Prize

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It’s goodbye for another year to the Tate Britain’s Turner Prize exhibition. This year’s winner, Elizabeth Price, was nominated for her trilogy of video installations, The Woolworths Choir of 1979, originally exhibited at The BALTIC Centre for Contemportary Art in Gateshead.

Awarded with the noble title on December 3rd by Jude Law, Price’s work, along with that of her rivalling nominees, has been on display at the Tate Britain since October 2012.

Check out this video of Price on winning the 2012 Turner Prize here.

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