Stare at a mighty rump at the Tate Britain

Anthea Hamilton's creation Project for a Door may have been nominated for the Turner Prize, but it is also a massive arse

Art installation entitled "Project for a Door" by artist Anthea Hamilton, is pictured during a photocall for the 2016 Turner Prize, at Tate Britain in London on September 26, 2016. Artists Michael Dean, Anthea Hamilton, Helen Marten and Josephine Pryde are the four artists shortlisted for the 2016 Turner Prize. The winner will be announced December 5, 2016. / AFP / ADRIAN DENNIS / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY MENTION OF THE ARTIST UPON PUBLICATION - TO ILLUSTRATE THE EVENT AS SPECIFIED IN THE CAPTION (Photo credit should read ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP/Getty Images)

It's a massive arse, isn't it? Sure, curators will be all "behold, a piercing critique of our obsession with waste!" But it's a massive arse. Its creator, Anthea Hamilton, is the favourite to land the 2016 Turner Prize, and all four nominated artists are now being displayed at Tate Britain. It's an eminent, significant event and the show won't take long to breeze through, so even if it sends you spinning into an "a horse could've made that!" fury, it's worth going.

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