How the Turner prize has moved towards gender parity – in data

By Guy Bennett-Jones and Paul Scruton

This year’s winner is only the seventh woman to win Britain’s top art prize in its 32-year history, but an overview of all past winners and judges suggests that imbalance is changing

When Helen Marten claimed the prestigious Turner prize this week, she became only the seventh individual female winner of the prize. But a review of more than 30 years of Turner prize data indicates that the tide is turning.

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