With works spanning two decades that force us to pause, reflect, and see the world through fresh eyes, Martin Creed has challenged what it means to be an artist. Born in Wakefield, England in 1968, Creed grew up in Scotland where his father worked as a silversmith and lectured at Glasgow School of Art. Creed came to the attention of the wider public in 2001 when he won the Turner Prize with a work that consisted simply of turning the lights on and off. (Source: Bloomberg).
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