Seven important works from Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed on view at Tate Liverpool

LIVERPOOL.- Artist Rooms returns to Tate Liverpool in 2012, with a display of seven important works from Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed (b. 1968). These works have recently been donated by Creed jointly to Tate and National Galleries of Scotland for the Artist Rooms collection. Creed is the first new contemporary artist to join the collection since it was established in 2008. Born in 1968 in Wakefield, Creed grew up in Glasgow. He studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, and has exhibited extensively worldwide. The seven works presented in Artist Rooms Martin Creed are in a range of different media including a neon installation, Work No. 890 (Don’t Worry) 2008, a 21-part drawing, Work No. 944 2008 and a recent series of four paintings from 2011. Refreshing, unexpected and humorous, Creed’s work challenges our preconceptions and rearranges the rules of conceptual art. Artist Rooms is