Young British Artists

Chris Ofili

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In 2003 Chris Ofili created the spectacular installation within reach for the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.

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Julian Opie

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Julian Opie’s highly distinctive depictions of the modern world are created in an extraordinary variety of media.

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Grayson Perry

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Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry is best known for his ceramic works: classically shaped vases covered with figures, patterns and text.

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Vong Phaophanit

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Vong Phaophanit showed his strikingly seductive Neon Rice Field when he was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1993.

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Marc Quinn

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Marc Quinn remains best known for his sculptures cast from parts of his body. The first of these, Self (initially cast in 1991), was created with nine pints of his frozen blood.

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Conrad Shawcross

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Regularly using subjects which lie on the border of science and philosophy, Conrad Shawcross’s structural and often mechanical sculptures question empirical, ontological and philosophical systems ubiquitous within our lives.

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Yinka Shonibare

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Yinka Shonibare is a painter, photographer and installation artist, whose art is influenced by both the cultures of Nigeria, where he grew up, and Britain, where he studied and now lives.

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Sam Taylor-Wood

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Many of Sam Taylor-Wood’s distinctive photographs and films depict an affluent and fashionable social scene. But her concerns are often isolation and anxiety, conflict and alienation.

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Matthew Bourne’s The Red Shoes

Matthew Bourne brings his unique take on the legendary 1948 feature film.

Matthew Bourne’s Romeo + Juliet

Shakespeare’s classic love story is given a novel twist by being set in the dystopian “Verona Institution”.