An art collective has been nominated for the Turner prize for its ambitious revamp of a rundown estate. Turner said: "In the age when anything can be art, why not have a housing estate?"
Now in its 30th year, the annual Turner Prize exhibition opens on Tuesday and features a wealth of multi-media material from four shortlisted artists. Here's a sneak peek at what is on offer.
French-born artist Laure Prouvost wins the 2013 Turner Prize for contemporary art for her video installation Wantee.
The American author AM Homes beats Hilary Mantel and Zadie Smith to the Women's Prize for Fiction for her sixth novel, May We Be Forgiven.
Elizabeth Price wins the Turner Prize for her film which blends 1960s pop with footage from a 1979 fire, but says her career would have been "unimaginable" without public support for the arts.
It may attract the most attention of all the art prizes around. But aside from the unmade beds and piles of poo, does the Turner Prize signal success for the winner? Channel 4 News investigates.
One lucky artist will tonight be awarded the £25,000 Turner Prize and be catapulted into art world fame. So who are the four nominees? Let Channel 4 News be your guide.