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Britain's Turner Prize has long stirred debate in the art world with its unconventional choices and – with a vocal performance and an architecture collective among the contenders – this year may be no exception.The show begins in a room of modern chairs with fur coats sewn onto them, by London-based German artist Nicole Wermers.The third component of the exhibition features the enigmatic work of 45-year-old Canadian artist Janice Kerbel.The work will be performed every day of the exhibition, sometimes partially and sometimes in its entirety.Named after painter William Turner, the contemporary art prize has been awarded annually since 1984 to an artist aged under 50 who is living in, or was born in, Britain.
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