Turner Prize 2012 nominations

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The Turner Prize exhibition opens tomorrow at Tate Britain

The 2012 Turner Prize nominations go on display in an exhibition at Tate Britain tomorrow. See gallery

Works from the four nominated finalists will go on display, including this inflatable slide by Spartacus Chetwynd.

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Spartacus Chetwynd creates sculptures, performances and paintings

She is nominated for her solo exhibition at the Sadie Coles HQ, London.

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Chetwynd's work is said to create an atmosphere of joyful improvisation

The winning artist must be under the age of 50, be living, working or born in Britain and the entered work must be from an exhibition in the last 12 months.

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Paul Noble's drawings of a fictional metropolis have been nominated

He was nominated for his solo exhibition at Gagosian Gallery, London, which shows his painstakingly detailed drawings of the fictional metropolis Nobson Newtown.

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Drawings by Paul Noble

The winner will be awarded £25,000 on 3rd December during a live broadcast by Channel 4. The three other nominees will each receive £5000.

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Photographs by Luke Fowler are also in the final four

He was nominated for his exhibition at Inverleith House, Edinburgh, which showcased his new film exploring the life and work of Scottish psychiatrist, R.D. Laing.

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A video by Elizabeth Price

Elizabeth Price was nominated for her solo exhibition at BALTIC, Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, in which she presented a trilogy of video installations. Price reanimates existing archives of imagery, texts and music to explore our complex relationship to objects and consumer culture.