Video: Interview23 December 2014Length: 00:03:30
Don McCullin sees his photographs as a 'silent protest against the futility of war'. In this TateShots he remembers the people and places of some...
Video: Exhibition film4 December 2014Length: 00:03:30
Broadcaster and historian Dan Snow visits Tate Modern's haunting new exhibition Conflict, Time, Photography.Part of the series: TateShots
Video: Interview2 December 2014
Duncan Campbell, winner of the Turner Prize 2014. Here we see the excitement of the announcement on the awards night at Tate Britain, 2 December 2014.Part of the series: TateShots
Audio: Talks and lectures
Artists and television have a rich history of dialogue and exchange from early broadcast experiments and collaborations to interventions and artist...
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
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
Video: Works in focus12 May 2014Length: 00:17:26
Filmed over 18 months, the story behind the restoration of Mark Rothko's Black on Maroon.
Video: Interview25 March 2014Length: 00:05:07
Rock band The Kills jump on a tandem to explore the art of collaboration
Video: Feature3 March 2014Length: 00:03:38
Art and the lure of the ruin
Video: Interview27 February 2014Length: 00:03:44
'There's no point in making any more images', says artist and writer Victor BurginPart of the series: TateShots