Although 1997’s shortlist – won by Gillian Wearing – comprised four female artists, Tomma Abts (who won in 2006) is the only woman to have won the prize in the last decade. The exhibition opens on 30 September 2008, returning to Tate Britain after a year at Tate Liverpool for which it coincided with the city’s stint as European capital of culture.
Runa Islam lists the movies that have influenced her practice. From issue 105 of frieze, first published in March 2007.
Nathaniel Mellors on Mark Leckey. A monograph from issue 62 of frieze, first published in October 2001.
Jonathan Griffin reviews Goshka Macuga‘s 2007 Tate Britain exhibition.
Will Bradley on Cathy Wilkes. A monograph from issue 105 of frieze, first published in March 2007.
Dan Fox on the 2007 Turner Prize.
Sam Thorne is director of Nottingham Contemporary, UK, a contributing editor of frieze and a co-founder of Open School East. His book, School: Conversations on Art & Self-Organised Education, will be published by Sternberg Press this summer.