British, b. 1959. Mark Wallinger was a British artist known for his creations in sculptures and paintings using mixed media. His artworks often addressed social, cultural and political issues through paintings, sculptures, videos and installations. He was an active member of the Young British Artists movement and won national recognition after his Race, Class, and Sex and Stubbs-homage series. The artist was awarded the Turner Prize for his installation State Britain outside the Houses of Parliament, where he piled banners and toys as a protest to the war in Iraq.