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  1. Video: Interview
    7 August 2014
    Length: 00:03:04

    Since the mid-1960s, Haacke has produced controversial work, often exposing systems of power and influence. In this film, he talks about two key...

    Part of the series: TateShots
  2. Video: Interview
    31 October 2013
    Length: 00:03:46

    A visit with Turner Prize 2013 nominee David Shrigley in his Glasgow studio, and in Derry~Londonderry with the installation of his new work.

    Part of the series: TateShots
  3. Video: Interview
    4 October 2013
    Length: 00:03:58

    'This city was not real, but created by my photography', says Miyako Ishiuchi

    Part of the series: TateShots
  4. Video: Interview
    25 September 2013
    Length: 00:03:36

    Martin Myrone explores the work of William Blake from Tate's permanent display

    Part of the series: Meet 500 years of British Art
  5. Video: Exhibition film
    20 December 2012
    Length: 00:03:48

    The film and video works in this exhibition focus on the tension between image and the viewer’s perception.

    Part of the series: TateShots
  6. Video: Interview
    30 March 2011
    Length: 00:03:29

    How does an artist begin, and what form does inspiration take? 

    Part of the series: TateShots
  7. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    Distinguished artist Maggi Hambling talks on the life and times of Francis Bacon and his importance to contemporary art. Henrietta Moraes, queen of...

  8. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    Following the suicide of his lover George Dyer in 1971, Francis Bacon embarked on a series of paintings known as the 'Black Triptychs'. Hugh Davies...

  9. Audio: Poem
    1 September 2008

    This September Camellia Stafford presents her poem, based on Chatterton 1856 by Henry Wallis, currently on display at Tate Britain (Room 14: Pre...

    Part of the series: Poem of the month
  10. Audio: Poem
    1 November 2006

    This month Adam Thorpe presents his poem on Edvard Munch’s The Sick Child, 1907, currently on display at Tate Modern.

    Part of the series: Poem of the month
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