Martin Creed: Still an angry artist

The Turner Prize winner's new exhibition, which reflects his often angry reaction to politics, is set in the carefully manicured gallery Hauser and Wirth, in Somerset

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Photographs by Vanessa Bell and Patti Smith, review

To coincide with the major Vanessa Bell solo show at Dulwich Picture Gallery, photographs by the Bloomsbury artist along with Patti Smith's black and white Polaroid photographs of Bell's Charleston farmhouse in Sussex, make for an interesting pairing

Turner Prize: There was always much to be outraged about – but not now

We’ve had Martin Creed’s lightbulb that turned itself on and off, and Chris Ofili’s elephant dung paintings. Submissions to the Turner Prize have always been controversial, but this year we saw no outrage – just generosity from its winner Helen Marten, whose work has been dubbed ‘poetic’. But all is not as it seems, says Michael Glover