Martin Creed is an internationally recognised British artist, who lives and works in London and Alicudi. Merging art and life, Creed uses ordinary materials and everyday situations to create multimedia works that have confounded and delighted viewers and critics for nearly 30 years. He won the Turner Prize in 2001 for exhibitions during the preceding year, with the jury praising his audacity for exhibiting a single installation, Work No. 227: The lights going on and off, in the Turner Prize show. This piece is edition 4 of 10 + 1AP and is made from paper, card, painted wood and glass.


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Martin Creed (British, b.1968) is a musician and artist who lives and works in London. In 2001, he was the controversial winner of the Turner Prize for his piece “Work No. 227: The lights going on and off,” which consisted of a light bulb turning on and off at five second intervals. His work has been internationally exhibited and acclaimed.

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Work No. 756, 2006
Lot Number 7
42.6 x 28.5 x 2.5 cm (16.77 x 11.22 x 0.98 in)
4 of 10
Courtesy of artist

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Martin Creed - Work No. 756

Martin Creed
Work No. 756
  • Dimensions
    42.6 x 28.5 x 2.5 cm (16.77 x 11.22 x 0.98 in)