Martin Creed's 'Down Over Up' exhibition at Edinburgh's Fruitmarket Gallery is a lively collection of the renowned artist's most cunning collections. With materials ranging from paint, chairs, wood scraps, crumpled paper and ballet dancers, 'Down Over Up' is an extensive look of the artist's newest work.
Thanks to his conceptual work, Martin Creed won the prestigious Turner Prize in 2001 for his Work No. 227.
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