Mark Wallinger

Mark Wallinger, born in Chigwell, Essex in 1959, is one of the UK’s leading contemporary artists. He was awarded the 2007 Turner Prize, having previously been nominated in 1995. Wallinger represented Great Britain at the 2001 Venice Biennale, and has held solo exhibitions at the Serpentine Gallery in London, Tate Liverpool, Vienna Secession, Museum for Gegenwartskunst in Basel and Palais Des Beaux Arts in Brussels. His work has recently been the subject of a major survey at the Museum de Pont in the Netherlands (2011) and his latest solo exhibition, SITE, took place in 2012 at Baltic, Gateshead. His work is displayed in the collections of many leading international museums including Tate, MoMA New York, and Centre Pompidou Paris. 

Last updated: 25.02.2015

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