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Tuesday, 6 November, 2001, 17:03 GMT
In pictures: Turner Prize 2001
The annual Turner Prize is known for its headline-grabbing art from Tracy Emin's exhibition of her bed in 1999, to Damien Hirst's 1995 win with a cow and calf preserved in formaldehyde.

Will this year be any exception? Decide for yourself on the BBC News Online tour of the shortlist exhibition at Tate Britain.

Tony Smoking Backwards by Richard Billingham
Richard Billingham, acclaimed for gritty photographs of his family, has moved into video

Isaac Julien's The Long Road to Mazatlan
Isaac Julien's video installation The Long Road to Mazatlan is described as "an exploration of masculinity"

Martin Creed's The Lights Going On and Off
Martin Creed's The Lights Going On and Off is an empty gallery with lights timed to turn on and off every five seconds

Mike Nelson's The Cosmic Legend of the Uroboros Serpent
Mike Nelson combined objects from the Tate with others to create his installation

Isaac Julien's Vagabondia 2000
Julien's Vagabondia is set at the John Soane museum in London and features dance choreographed by Javier de Frutos

The Stuckists protest at Tate Britain
The Stuckists say the Turner Prize should be renamed since Turner was a painter and the exhibition contains no paintings
See also:

03 Apr 01 | Arts
Tate leads museum boom
02 Apr 01 | Arts
Tate team wins major award
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