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10th May 2022
Ingrid Pollard Shortlisted for Turner Prize 2022
The Stuart Hall Foundation offers congratulations to the 2018 inaugural Stuart Hall Associate Fellow at the University of Sussex, Dr Ingrid Pollard, on being one of four artists shortlisted for the prestigious Turner Prize this year.
Pollard is nominated for her solo exhibition Carbon Slowly Turning, a retrospective on the acclaimed photographer and leading figure in contemporary British art. The show, curated by Chair of the Stuart Hall Foundation Gilane Tawadros with the artist, is currently being presented at MK Gallery.
The Turner Prize 2022 jury praised Pollard’s work across photography, sculpture, film and sound in uncovering “stories and histories hidden in plain sight”, citing her continued evolution as an artist as a case for her nomination. An exhibition of Pollard’s work along with the other artists shortlisted will run at Tate Liverpool from 20th October 2022 to 19th March 2023, with the winner of the award to be announced this December.
Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning is available to view at MK Gallery until 29th May 2022.
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