The Turner Prize 2022 has been awarded to Veronica Ryan for her critically acclaimed Freelands Award solo exhibition ‘Along a Spectrum’ at Spike Island in Bristol in 2021, and for her public sculpture commission which was unveiled in Hackney as the nation’s first permanent public sculpture to celebrate the Windrush generation.
The winner of Turner Prize 2022 will be announced by singer and artist Holly Johnson at a ceremony at St George’s Hall, Liverpool on 7th December.
Tate Liverpool today announced the shortlist for Turner Prize 2022: Heather Phillipson, Ingrid Pollard, Veronica Ryan and Sin Wai Kin.
Details announced for the unveiling of new public sculptures celebrating the Windrush Generation by Veronica Ryan and Thomas J Price
New permanent public sculptures by celebrated artists Veronica Ryan and Thomas J Price will be unveiled in Hackney, east London,
Hackney Council has today announced that artists Thomas J Price and Veronica Ryan have been commissioned to create two new individual public artworks celebrating and honouring Hackney’s Windrush Generation, the first permanent public sculptures to do so in the UK.