| Duncan Campbell|
| Turner Prize|
| It for Others, Make It New, John, Arbeit, Bernadette|
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Duncan Campbell (artist) Wikipedia
Duncan Campbell (born 1972) is an Irish video artist, based in Glasgow. He was the winner of the 2014 Turner Prize.
Campbell was born in Dublin, and studied at the University of Ulster (BA, 1996) and the Glasgow School of Art (MFA, 1998). He was born to a wealthy family and is heir to a €60m fortune. His father, Paddy Campbell, a businessman turned sculptor, built a successful catering company that was eventually bought by Aramark for €64.5m. His parents have featured on the Sunday Independent rich list for several years.
In 2008, he was awarded the Bâloise Prize. In 2013, Campbell was one of the three artists chosen to represent Scotland at the Venice Biennale.
On 1 December 2014, it was announced that he had won the 2014 Turner Prize. Campbell took the prize for his video work "It for Others" – a work that reflects on African art and includes a dance sequence inspired by Karl Marx.