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Great to see the different exhibits and find out the meanings of the pieces of art. Liked the... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2016
John G
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Halifax, United Kingdom
Some interesting work on show here, though eclipsed by Willie Doherty.

Although this was an interesting exhibition showcasing the work of the Turner Prize finalists, I... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2015
Andrew G
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United Kingdom
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25 Apr 2016
“It's not even a gallery anymore, why bother?”
21 Feb 2016
“Interesting”
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Reviewed 25 April 2016

Don't waste your time...it's not worth wasting on the nothing which is, empty Ebrington; the eternal symbol of the lack of imagination or wit amongst the local political establishment and their property developing pals

Thank Frank R
Reviewed 21 February 2016

Great to see the different exhibits and find out the meanings of the pieces of art. Liked the interactive aspect of it.

Thank John G
Reviewed 7 July 2015

Although this was an interesting exhibition showcasing the work of the Turner Prize finalists, I was disappointed insofar as the work on show lacked true substance. For my money, the 'real' Turner Prize exhibition was held across the river at The Shirt Factory - The...More

Thank Andrew G
Reviewed 6 May 2014

Great to have this in the City. Loved the show and agreed with the choice of winner. The kids did become scare by the winning installation, and overall not too interested which was due to their age not the art work.

Thank h f
Reviewed 5 January 2014

David Shrigley- simply a large naked male standing upright with rather odd genitals. Visitors were asked to take up paper and crayon and to represent the image as best as one could. Many thought it appropriate to draw a tin into which the male urinated....More

Thank Seeburg3Leixfort
Reviewed 21 December 2013

As this exhibition is in Derry, for a short period only, I decided to go. It's on in Ebrington Square, in a converted army barracks building, and the building is top class, However, I could not say the same about the exhibition. My first thought...More

2  Thank letterkennycaint
Reviewed 15 December 2013

The Turner Prize experience is worthwhile on its own merit, regardless of the 'is it art' debate. Remember, this is the first time outside England, and only second outside London. Take the opportunity to go and see what it's all about. And this year it's...More

Thank tpbel
Reviewed 27 November 2013

Over recent years the Turner Prize has developed a reputation for 'different' interpretations of what is art - piles of bricks, a dirty unmade bed etc. etc. This exhibition goes a long way to living up to that controversial reputation but it does include enough...More

Thank Don I
Reviewed 26 November 2013

I have to admit that I was disappointed in our visit to the Turner Prize exhibition. I do appreciate modern art and the need to push boundaries. This exhibition merely indulges the outrageous and one would have to conclude that the work has to be...More

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