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  1. Video: Interview
    17 November 2011
    Length: 12:33:09

    Giant diseased infested flowers projected on to a massive 360-degree curtain made up of hanging silicone tendrils feature in Mat Collishaw’s Sordid...

  2. Audio: Conference

    The Dadaists, Futurists and Vorticists all rejected the sublime outright, but the relationship between modernist and sublime art is not a simple...

  3. Audio: Talks and lectures
    25 November 2009

    Join Professor David Solkin, a leading Turner expert and co-curator of the exhibition, for this lecture on the factors that shaped Turner’s...

  4. Audio: Talks and lectures
    25 November 2009

    Dr. James Hamilton examines Turner’s interest in the perspectival tricks of Vatican architecture, and his pursuit of Raphael.

  5. Audio: Talks and lectures
    24 November 2009

    Conservator Amelia Jackson gives a fascinating insight into materials and methods, explaining how the conservation process brings the Turner...

  6. Audio: Talks and lectures
    23 March 2009

    Siobhan Davies, Ian McEwan, David Buckland, and Dr Philip Shaw discuss their experiences of the cold north and their artistic and philosophical...

  7. Audio: Performance and music
    23 March 2009

    Ian McEwan reads excerpts from his new and unpublished novel. McEwan joined the Cape Farewell expedition to Svalbard in 2005 and speaks of the...

  8. Audio: Talks and lectures
    23 March 2009

    Cartoonist Michèle Noach, writer Ruth Little, Architect and President of RIBA Sunand Prasad in conversation about their own artistic practice and...

  9. Audio: Talks and lectures
    25 September 2007

    JMW Turner was Britain’s greatest and most prolific painters, producing over 32,000 works, the majority of which are held at Tate Britain.

  10. Video: Conference

    From Russian Suprematism through Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism and beyond, abstraction has been variously interpreted as nihilistic, political...