Simon Starling’s Shed Wins Turner Prize

Simon Starling’s Shed Wins Turner Prize
Design

The artist behind the shed that was disassembled on the banks of the Rhine, the planks turned into a boat, sailed to Basle and then reassembled as a shed has...

Guy Brighton
  • 6 december 2005

The artist behind the shed that was disassembled on the banks of the Rhine, the planks turned into a boat, sailed to Basle and then reassembled as a shed has won the Turner Prize. Asked what he intended to
do with his prize money, Starling said he wanted to throw a replica
Henry Moore sculpture into Lake Ontario.

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