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  1. Audio: Poem
    22 June 2009

    This April, Elaine Feinstein presents her poem, Isaac Babel Riding with Budyonny, based on R.B. Kitaj’s work of the same name. This work is not...

    Part of the series: Poem of the month
  2. Audio: Talks and lectures
    23 March 2009

    As Francis Bacon's influence and legacy fall under the spotlight with Tate Britain's major retrospective, this evening discussion, chaired by Tim...

  3. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    The exhibition's co-curator, Chris Stephens and Tate archivist Adrian Glew, examine letters, photographs and other original archive material to...

  4. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    Join critic and writer Richard Cork for a personal recollection of his experience of Francis Bacon, and learn of his astonishment when he...

  5. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    Michael Peppiatt, a renowned Bacon scholar, friend of the artist and author of the definitive account of his life and work, Francis Bacon: Anatomy...

  6. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    Gillian Cutbill, a Tate guide who presents audio descriptions for blind and partially sighted visitors, is describing Freud's Standing by the Rags...

  7. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    Distinguished artist Maggi Hambling talks on the life and times of Francis Bacon and his importance to contemporary art. Henrietta Moraes, queen of...

  8. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    The panel, featuring eminent architectural historian Joseph Rykwert, experimental architect Nigel Coates and former London Mayor Ken Livingstone,...

  9. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    Following the suicide of his lover George Dyer in 1971, Francis Bacon embarked on a series of paintings known as the 'Black Triptychs'. Hugh Davies...

  10. Audio: Talks and lectures
    10 December 2008

    New Brutalism championed materiality and a fascination with the harsh, the substantial and the rough. The discovery of ‘beauty’ in ‘ugliness’...

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