6 Dec 2010

Turner Prize 10: sound, slapstick, politics, collaboration

As the 2010 Turner Prize winner is named, Channel 4 News brings you the latest comment, analysis and gossip live from Tate Britain – with Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Culture Editor Matthew Cain.

LIVE BLOG: Turner Prize 2010 on Channel 4 News

This year sees the first artists’ collective in the final four, with The Otolith Group up against sound artist Susan Philipsz, painter/sculptor Angela de la Cruz and painter Dexter Dalwood.

You can see the nominees’ full profiles and examples of their work, including 3 Minute Wonder films for Channel4 by Tate Media, by clicking on the artists’ faces below.

Tell us what you think of this year’s nominees on our Turner Prize 10 live blog where you can also watch a live stream of the announcement.

You can also join the debate via Twitter – use the hashtags #c4news and #tp2010 – and facebook.com/Channel4News

People visiting the Turner Prize 10 exhibition at Tate Britain will be able to see your comments.

Channel 4 News Culture Editor Matthew Cain assessed the four contenders, from the “wicked sense of humour” of De la Cruz, to the “surprisingly intimate” soundscapes of Philipsz, first exhibited under bridges along the River Clyde in Glasgow.

Click here: Cain on CultureTurner Prize 10: twists, sounds and paintings behaving badly

The rules mean the nominees must be under 50 and born, living or working in Britain. The Turner Prize is awarded at Tate Britain and broadcast live on Channel 4.