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  1. Video: Feature
    12 February 2015
    Length: 00:04:04

    To celebrate Valentine’s day we invited couples to contemplate Man Ray’s The Lovers inspired by his relationship with Lee Miller.

  2. Audio: Talks and lectures
    17 November 2014

    In the early 1980s the German artist Sigmar Polke became a dedicated scholar of pigment manufacture. He favoured highly toxic, banned or...

  3. Audio: Talks and lectures
    9 October 2014

    Join us for a riveting and candid conversation charting the Wangechi Mutu’s career to date via her varied sources of inspiration, including her...

  4. Video: Exhibition film
    29 April 2014
    Length: 00:01:19

      In this short film we get an exclusive behind-the-scenes peak into Tate Modern's blockbuster summer exhibition Matisse: The Cut-outs. We...

    Part of the series: Exhibition: Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs
  5. Video: Interview
    21 March 2014
    Length: 00:03:37

    Old sports photographs and hair commercials provide inspiration for American artist Lorna Simpson.

    Part of the series: TateShots
  6. Video: Interview
    27 February 2014
    Length: 00:03:44

    'There's no point in making any more images', says artist and writer Victor Burgin

    Part of the series: TateShots
  7. Video: Interview
    18 December 2013
    Length: 00:04:57

    Actor Alan Cumming presents a quick fire guide to Pop Art

    Part of the series: Unlock Art
  8. Video: Exhibition film
    23 October 2013
    Length: 00:03:37

    A visit with Turner Prize 2013 nominee Laure Prouvost in her London studio to discuss her unique approach to filmmaking

    Part of the series: TateShots
  9. Video: Interview
    15 August 2013
    Length: 00:03:52

    Bonnie Greer, playwright, novelist and critic, offers a personal response to the Ellen Gallagher show at Tate Modern

    Part of the series: TateShots
  10. Video: Interview
    22 March 2013
    Length: 00:04:09

    Whilst interned in a camp during the Second World War, and in his later life in Britain, Schwitters made hundreds of portraits to earn a living.

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