Turner Prize: Work by 2012 entrants on display

Will Gompertz previews the Turner Prize exhibition

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Work by this year's entrants for the Turner Prize, the best-known award for modern art, has gone on display at Tate Britain, in London.

The prestigious prize is awarded to a British artist, under the age of 50, considered to have put on the best exhibition of the last 12 months.

The winning artist will be announced at Tate Britain in London on 3 December.

Will Gompertz, Arts editor Article written by Will Gompertz Will Gompertz Arts editor

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