An openly gay Scottish artist who celebrated queer lives in a short film shot on an iPhone won Britain's prestigious Turner Prize Tuesday.
Lubaina Himid, 63, on Tuesday became the oldest winner of the Turner Prize, Britain's most prestigious yet controversial visual art award, for her works celebrating black creativity.
You are invited to join an improvisation with video art and graphic scores organised by the Domdom Contemporary and Experimental Music Club – a brainchild of the Domdom Centre for Experimental Art & Music.
Sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor was named on Monday as this year’s winner of the million-dollar Genesis Prize, awarded for commitment to Israel and Judaism, organisers said.
Sculptor Helen Marten on Monday won the Turner Prize, at a London ceremony where the art world rallied against xenophobia and intolerance.