The winner of one of the world's most prestigious art competition is Lubaina Himid, who at 63 is the oldest winner of the Turner Prize - and the first black woman.
She beat three other shortlisted artists to claim the award at a ceremony in Hull Minster. All four works have been on display in the city's Ferens Art Gallery since September.
Himid's work celebrates black creativity and the African diaspora and includes paintings, prints, drawings and installations.
She was born in Zanzibar in 1954 and is Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of Central Lancashire, in Preston.