A female British prime minister being courted by an American president? It may be the most abrasive, political work in this year’s Turner Prize exhibition – which for the fifth time in its 33-year history is being presented outside London, at Hull’s elegant Ferens Art Gallery – but Lubaina Himid’s A Fashionable Marriage, from 1987, is also the oldest work here, alongside work by fellow nominees Hurvin Anderson, Rosalind Nashashibi and Andrea Büttner. A stage-set of crudely comedic cutout figures…
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