Sculptor Martin Boyce wins this year's Turner Prize


Glasgow-based sculptor Martin Boyce has won this year's Turner Prize.

Photographer Mario Testino presented Boyce with the £25,000 cheque at the Baltic gallery in Gateshead.

It is the first time the ceremony has been held outside a Tate venue.

The 44-year-old won the prize for his distinctive sculptural installations which seek to create an urban landscape within the confines of the gallery space.

Will Gompertz reports.

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