Anthea Hamilton: ‘Project for Door’ (After Gaetano Pesce)’, 2015 installation view. Courtesy the artist
Get ready for the Daily Mail to have its annual opinion about art, as the most controversial prize in the world returns. Every year, people seem to get huffier and puffier about the Turner Prize shortlist, but screw them, it’s a great way to find out about the artists who are shaping contemporary art. And this year there’s a giant bum by Anthea Hamilton, a miniature train by Josephine Pryde, wobbly industrial-looking sculptures by Michael Dean and trashy yet beautiful domestic constructions by Helen Marten. It all looks fascinating and, more importantly, fun.