Video: Interview9 December 2014Length: 00:04:05
The mysterious death of her father led Indre Serpytyte on a photographic journey through Lithuania’s historyPart of the series: TateShots
Audio: Talks and lectures22 November 2014
What is the value of being a citizen? What are the values that will or should guide the future citizen? How can we rethink the idea of value...
Video: Interview7 August 2014Length: 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
Audio: Talks and lectures7 May 2014
This event explores the urban landscape, it’s undercurrents, politics and pop cultural past and considers what the future holds.
Audio: Talks and lectures29 March 2014
This panel will look at the changing idea of the global citizen, from whistle blowers to protestors and migrants, which inform an idea of the...
Audio: Talks and lectures22 March 2014
How have artists dealt with questions of citizenship and political representation through their practice? Can artists instigate a new form of...
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.
Audio: Talks and lectures27 February 2014
Mignon Nixon, Professor at the Courtauld, are in conversation with artist Jeremy Deller and journalist Robin Denselow, whose Newsnight film of IRA...
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
Audio: Talks and lectures12 February 2014
This discussion addresses Richard Hamilton’s entire career: his exhibition designs of the 1950s, his ‘pop’ period, his interests in design and...