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: Interview6 December 2013Length: 00:04:02
A clutter-filled studio is a route to creativity, says photographer Mark RuwedelPart 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
Video: Interview4 October 2013Length: 00:03:58
'This city was not real, but created by my photography', says Miyako IshiuchiPart of the series: TateShots
Video: Interview22 August 2013Length: 00:03:02
At the age of 12, Hrair Sarkissian stumbled across three hanging bodies in a public square one morning. It is an image that has stayed with him for...Part of the series: TateShots
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...