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Tuesday, 28 November, 2000, 23:09 GMT
Turner prize: Spot the difference
Left: Glenn Brown's entry.  Right: the 70s sci-fi book cover.
Left: Glenn Brown's entry. Right: the 70s sci-fi book cover.
The German-born photographer Wolfgang Tillmans wins the 20,000 Turner Prize at Tate Britain. Despite this year's shortlist being one of the most conservative for many years, controversy as usual surrounds the award. One of this year's nominees was accused of plagiarism. BBC News Online looks at this and previous rows.



I don't want to get over you, by Wolfgang Tillmans
I don't want to get over you, by Wolfgang Tillmans

The BBC's Arts Correspondent, Rosie Millard, reports on the works of the German photo artist, Wolfgang Tillmans, winner of Britain's most prestigious art award.







Sir Nicholas Serota
Sir Nicholas Serota

Glenn Brown's entry this year, Loves of Shepherds 2000, is an almost identical copy of the cover of a 1970's science fiction book. But Chair of the Turner Prize jury, Sir Nicholas Serota, says the issue is what the artist has done with the borrowed material.






Tracy Emin's soiled bed
Tracy Emin's soiled bed

The BBC's Madeleine Holt reports on some of the original themes that were considered for the prize in 1999 - including Tracy Emin's installation of a soiled bed.








Handle with care - one of the contenders during 1997
Handle with care - one of the contenders during 1997

The BBC's Rosie Millard on the shortlist for 1997 - including a woman in a glass box.












In conflict - the 1996 winner
In conflict - the 1996 winner

The BBC's Rosie Millard with the 1996 winner and his version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.









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