Mark Wallinger is one of the leading artists on Britain’s contemporary art scene. He represented Britain at the 2001 Venice Biennale. Wallinger is a conceptual artist working with many media. His work employs a number of themes, primarily social ones. In recent years, he has mainly engaged in video and multimedia installations. In Prague, he displayed his video Threshold to the Kingdom in the National Gallery in Prague, which had been shown at the Venice Biennale. Wallinger’s minor painting or sculpture work is rare. He was awarded the prestigious British Turner Prize in 2007.
Ocenění 2003 - Honorary Doctorate at University of Central England 2002 - Honorary Fellowship of the London Institute 2007 – Turner Prize
* 1959, Chigwell, Essex - England
2003 - Honorary Doctorate at University of Central England
2002 - Honorary Fellowship of the London Institute
2007 – Turner Prize
1983-85 Goldsmith's College, London
1978-78 Chelsea School of Art, London
1977-78 Loughton College
2001-02 DAAD Artists Programme, Berlin
1998 Henry Moore Fellowship, British School at Rome.