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Duncan Campbell (artist)

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Name  Duncan Campbell
Role  Artist
Awards  Turner Prize

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Duncan Campbell (born 1972) is an Irish video artist, based in Glasgow. He was the winner of the 2014 Turner Prize.

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Early life and education

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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.

Career

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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.

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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.

References

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