Martin Creed  is a British artist and musician. He won the Turner Prize in 2001 for Work No. 227: The lights going on and off, which was an empty room in which the lights went on and off at 5 second intervals.

Martin Creed
Martin Creed
Wakefield, 1968
UK

Current Exhibitions

The Street. Where the World is Made

Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI Secolo – MAXXI

07 Dec — 28 Apr
The exhibition gathers more than 200 works by around 140 artist to pay an homage to the street, investigated not just as a fundamental infrastructure, but also as a place crossed by multiple meanings as well as the stage of visual and physical bombardment,...

More / Less

de la Cruz Collection

01 Dec — 30 Nov
More / Less groups works by several international contemporary artists, produced during the last thirty years. The exhibition wants to investigate shifts in contemporary visual culture creating a mutual dialogue between...

Past Exhibitions

Knock Knock: Humour in Contemporary Art

South London Gallery
22/09/2018 — 18/11/2018

Face and Form

de la Cruz Collection
01/12/2017 — 30/11/2018

Uma Canção para o Rio (parte 2)

Carpintaria
18/02/2017 — 25/03/2017

Progressive Praxis

de la Cruz Collection
29/11/2016 — 29/11/2017

Martin Creed: Understanding

Qiao Space
09/11/2016 — 28/02/2017

Contacts & Details

City of birth: Wakefield Country of birth: UK Date of birth: 1968 Lives in: London, UK