Martin Creed

Harris Museum & Art Gallery

27 January – 3 June 2017

A showcase of signature works by the artist, whose oeuvre includes video, neon, drawing and paintings.

Martin Creed, Work No. 890: DON'T WORRY, 2008

Martin Creed rose to prominence following his 2001 Turner Prize win. He was awarded the prize for his installation The Lights Going On and Off, an empty room in which the lights turned on and off every five seconds.

More recently, Creed made headlines with his London 2012 Festival piece All the Bells, the national bell-ringing performance which was parodied in Twenty Twelve and caught out culture secretary Jeremy Hunt.

This Artist Rooms exhibition brings works from across Creed's career.

Venue information

Opening times

Mon, 11am – 5pm
Tue – Sat, 10am – 5pm
Closed Sun and Bank Holidays

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