Mark Wallinger portrait - Image source The Strand Gallery

Mark Wallinger

United Kingdom 1959

Installation, Sculpture, Young British Artists

Mark Wallinger
Mark Wallinger
United Kingdom
August 20, 2013
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Mark Wallinger, born in 1959 in London, is a British sculptor, who belongs to Young British Artists, best known for his Ecce Homo sculpture in Trafalgar Square, and State Britain installation at Tate Britain. He won the Turner Prize in 2007.

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