Video: Interview4 September 2014Length: 00:04:28
John Riddy’s photographs are meditations on the individuality and poetry of certain placesPart of the series: TateShots
Audio: Talks and lectures1 March 2014
This panel discussion poses questions around the possibility of change and transformation through ideas in art, thought, technology and more.
Video: Interview20 February 2014Length: 00:03:47
Known for his rich and complex images of the American South, William Eggleston is the godfather of colour photographyPart of the series: TateShots
Video: Feature5 February 2014Length: 00:00:56
Jimmy Wales, IK Prize juror and Founder of Wikipedia, announces the winner of the 2014 Prize at Tate: The Workers for 'After Dark'
Video: Feature10 January 2014Length: 00:03:00
Vote in Tate’s new prize for digital talent
Video: Interview19 September 2013Length: 00:04:40
'The street is my space' says Meschac Gaba, introducing his hometown of Cotonou, BeninPart of the series: TateShots
Audio: Talks and lectures6 June 2013
Who owns the world’s natural resources? How can the riches of Africa’s minerals or Brazil’s rainforest be safely and fairly harnessed? Who...
Video: Works in focus10 January 2013Length: 00:02:30
In the last years of his life, German artist Kurt Schwitters lived in exile in the Lake District, where he set about creating what he hoped would...Part of the series: TateShots
Video: Interview14 December 2012Length: 00:04:00
'Life is made of surprises...100 years ago this reality was totally out of the question...' Doug Aitken visits visionary architect Paolo Soleri in...Part of the series: Exhibition: Doug Aitken
Political space includes a functioning of borders: national and trans-national frontiers are structures that are both political and topological....