Fri 19 October 2007, The Independent

Why an artist dressed in a bear suit deserves to get his paws on this year's Turner Prize

By Tom Lubbock
There are banners all over the platforms at Lime Street station in Liverpool, proclaiming the arrival of the Turner Prize. For this year only, Britain's leading art competition has gone north to herald Liverpool's year as the European City of Culture for 2008. The exhibition by the four shortlisted artists opens today at Tate Liverpool but, on the larger banners at the station, you may notice some smaller print. It reads: "We're open to you. Are you open to us?"
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