Tate Britain Film

An Evening with Ben Rivers and Rose Wylie

Still from Ben Rivers, What Means Something 2015. Courtesy the artist

An evening of film and conversation between artists Ben Rivers and Rose Wylie

In 2015 Ben Rivers made the film 'What Means Something' a portrait of the painter Rose Wylie. During the process of making the film the two artists uncovered a shared love of the moving image.

For this event at Tate Britain the pair will discuss their friendship and shared interest in film and television, showing a selection of clips to illustrate their conversation.

Together, they will screen a selection of their favourite moments and talk about the importance that these hold for both of them in their work

Tate Britain

The Clore Auditorium

Please use the Clore entrance

Building works are taking place in the courtyard in front of the Clore galleries but the entrance will be open as normal. Please follow the signage in place to make your way to the entrance

London SW1P 4RG
Plan your visit

Date & Time

21 September 2017 at 19.00–21.00