Duncan Campbell's 'It For Others' – Irish artist Duncan Campbell has won the Turner Prize, one of the world's most prestigious art awards, for his film It For Others, pictured. Previous winners of the £25,000 prize include Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst and Chris Ofili. The Prize celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
Duncan Campbell's 'It For Others' – Campbell's winning film makes use of archive footage from a 1953 film about African art to comment on colonialism. It also features a modern-day dance routine based on the equations in Karl Marx's "Das Kapital."
Duncan Campbell's 'It For Others' – Speaking at the Tate Britain Museum in London, Campbell described how his film is about "how you can understand certain histories through objects". This African mask featured prominently.
Turner Prize nominee: Ciara Phillips – The shortlist was comprised of four artists. One of these was Ciara Phillips. Based in Glasgow, Phillips was nominated for her vibrant screenprints and colorful textiles, displayed initially at her solo exhibition in The Showroom, London.
Turner Prize nominee: Ciara Phillips – Phillip's work spans prints, textiles, photos and wall paintings. She is also known to work collaboratively with community groups and designers.
Turner Prize nominee: James Richards – Cardiff -born artist James Richards was nominated for his film Rosebud, a 13-minute film that shows images from art books found in the Tokyo Library, where genitalia was scratched out to comply with censorship restrictions.
Turner Prize nominee: James Richards – Richards works mostly with found footage and imagery, often evoking meaning through repetition. This piece, for example, which was shown at the Turner Prize exhibition at the Tate Britain, features repeated images of people associated with artist Keith Haring, woven into rugs.
Turner Prize nominee: Tris Vonna-Michell – Tris Vonna-Michell, pictured, was nominated for his solo exhibition Postscript (Berlin) in Brussels. Born in Southend, Vonna-Michell's work tends to have a strong storytelling element.
Turner Prize nominee: Tris Vonna-Michell – Tris Vonna-Michell is known to work in a variety of mediums, including spoken word, audio recording and live performance. His piece at the Turner Prize exhibition is a "visual script", pictured, using projections and photocopies to tell absurd and fragmented stories.