Artworks that won the Turner Prize - 6 Examples
The Turner Prize is an annual award presented to a native, resident or visitor of Britain for their contribution to visual art. From 1991 to 2016, the recipients of the award were required to be below the age of 50 years (the age restriction was scrapped off from 2017).
The Tate Gallery is tasked with organizing the award ceremony, which has on many occasions been housed at the Tate Britain.
The monetary value attached to the Turner Prize as of 2004 was £40,000; pretty prestigious for British artists. Quite controversial in the choice of art pieces that make it to the nominations round, this award is awarded by art celebrities.