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Desert Island Pics

1 Feb 2014

The Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller is noted for strong, politically engaged works such as The Battle of Orgreave, a re-enactment of a confrontation that took place during the miners’ strike, and the bouncy castle replica of Stonehenge, Sacrilege, at the Olympic Park for London 2012. His art, which is often collaborative, incorporates a wide range of forms, including installations, videos, performances and music. Fresh from last year’s Venice Biennale, where he represented Britain, Deller joins the artist, writer and lecturer Stephen Bull to share and discuss the eight photographs that mean the most to him.

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