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Turner Prize 1999: An Exhibition of Work by the Shortlisted Artists

Group show at Tate Britain. 1999 - 2000
Date: 20 October, 1999 until 5 February, 2000
Organiser: Tate

Yearly art prize organised and hosted by TATE. 1999 jury: Bernhard Bürgli, Director of the Kunsthalle, Zurich; Sacha Craddock, writer and critic; Judith Nesbitt, Head of Programming, Whitechapel Art Gallery; Alice Rawsthorn, representative of the Patrons of New Art; Nicholas Serota, Director, Tate Gallery.

The Turner Prize 1999: An Exhibition of Work by the Shortlisted Artists. Held at the Tate Gallery. 20th October 1999 - 6th February 2000. Featured the shortlisted artists, Tracy Emin, Steve McQueen, Steven Pippin, and Jane and Louise Wilson.

The year’s winner was Steve McQueen, making him only the second Black British-born artist to win the prize. The first, Chris Ofili, had won the previous year.

Link to TATE information about this year: www.tate.org.uk/britain/turnerprize/history/1999.shtm

The exhibition was sponsored by Channel 4.

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People in this exhibition

»  Tracey Emin

Born, 1963 in Croydon, UK

»  Steve McQueen OBE, CBE

Born, 1969 in London, UK

»  Steven Pippin

Born, 1960 in Redhill, Surrey UK

»  Jane & Louise Wilson

Born, 1967 in Newcastle, UK

Exhibition venues

»  Tate Britain

London, United Kingdom