Video: Interview29 May 2014Length: 00:04:11
A ‘work without words’, Incidents is a portfolio of 27 photographs depicting ordinary moments in the everyday lives of strangersPart 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.
Video: Feature3 March 2014Length: 00:03:38
Art and the lure of the ruin
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: Interview31 October 2013Length: 00:39:14
A Hangout On Air at Tate BritainPart of the series: Meet 500 years of British Art
To coincide with the exhibition Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, this symposium explores violence as a subject in relation to...
It includes international artists, photojournalists and theorists who from their distinctive perspectives will attempt to unveil notions of...
Audio: Talks and lectures25 November 2009
Jeremy Paxman, journalist, broadcaster and presenter of Newsnight, gives the 2009 BP British Art Lecture.
Audio: Talks and lectures5 December 2008
Broadcaster and author Simon Schama gives us his perspectives on Mark Rothko. 'Rothko didn’t much care to be called an abstract artist; formalism...
Audio: Talks and lectures10 July 2008
Senior lecturer at Chelsea School of art, Jo Melvin is an expert on the work of Studio International and will be talking in this newly opened...