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In pictures: Turner Prize nominees
Yinka Shonibare
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The Turner Prize has unveiled the four shortlisted artists who will compete for the 40,000 winning cheque. Yinka Shonibare's Vasser Ship (2004) ensured he was noticed by the selection panel.
Yinka Shonibare
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Shonibare, along with the three other shortlisted artists, will now create a piece of work to enter into the competition, with the winner announced on 6 December.
Jeremy Deller
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Jeremy Deller is shortlisted for Memory Bucket, a mixed media installation documenting his travels through the state of Texas.
Jeremy Deller
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The installation continued Jeremy Deller's investigations into the social and cultural make-up that define different societies.
Kutlug Ataman
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Kutlug Ataman uses video installations to describe the lives of individuals, while addressing broader social concerns.
Kutlug Ataman
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Kutlug Ataman has previously exhibited at the Istanbul Biennial and other European venues.
Langlands & Bell
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Langlands and Bell are shortlisted for The House of Osama bin Laden, an exhibition first shown at The Imperial War Museum in London.
Langlands & Bell
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Langlands and Bell use digital animations, video works and photographs.
Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell
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Based in London, Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell have been collaborating on work since 1978.
Langlands & Bell
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The pair travelled to Afghanistan to further their interests in buildings and their histories.


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