Martin Boyce, the day after winning the Turner Prize, the £25,000 award for the best in British contemporary art, said simply: "Glasgow is a good place to live if you are an artist."
Martin Boyce, the day after winning the Turner Prize, the £25,000 award for the best in British contemporary art, said simply: \"Glasgow is a good place to live if you are an artist.\"
SPOTLIGHT: Turner Prize winner Martin Boyce says good artists could live anywhere like Berlin or New York, but many choose to live in Glasgow. Picture: Owen Humphreys/PA awards: Richard Wright and Susan Philipsz complete a hat-trick of previous Scots winners of the Turner Prize.
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And so it seems. The "excited and delighted" Boyce, 43, is the third Scot in a row to win the prestigious, controversial prize, and the second of those to live and work in the city.
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