Lubaina Himid has become the oldest winner of the Turner Prize, and the first black woman to pick up the art award.
The 63-year-old Zanzibar-born, Preston-based artist won the £25,000 prize for work addressing racial politics and the legacy of slavery.
The judges praised her “uncompromising tackling of issues including colonial history and how racism persists today”.
She was named the winner at a ceremony in Hull, currently UK City of Culture. More