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Bums and cash set tongues wagging at Turner Prize

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One of these will be a winner: Anthea Hamilton's Project for a Door.
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One of these will be a winner: Josephine Pryde's lapses in thinking By the person i Am.
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One of these will be a winner: Michael Dean's Sic Glyphs.
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One of these will be a winner: Helen Marten's Lunar Nibs and Eucalyptus Let Us In.

London

A GIANT backside, a mountain of money and chastity belts suspended from a ceiling: the Turner Prize once again looks set to divide the contemporary art world after unveiling the finalists in London on Monday.

The four shortlisted artists have each taken over a room at Tate