Yerevan, 22.April.2019,

Turner Prize exhibition opens with giant buttocks, train rides and scrap metal

Members of the public have their first chance to see the artwork nominated for the Turner Prize when an exhibition featuring the four artists opens later.

Anthea Hamilton is nominated for work focusing on fetishism including an enormous sculpture of a man's buttocks.

Visitors can ride on Josephine Pryde's Lapses in Thinking, a train that goes around the gallery.

Michael Dean, Helen Marten are the other two artists in the running for the prestigious £25,000 prize.

In a rare move, visitors will be able to take their own photos in the exhibition and share them via social media.

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