Project

Bloomberg Connects: Global Studios

November 2015 – November 2015

The 2013–2015 Global Studios project took Tate visitors on virtual studio visits around the world

Global Studios is part of Bloomberg Connects: interactive digital projects around Tate Modern that invite you to connect with art, artists and other visitors and make your ideas visible around the gallery

Thomas Hirschhorn

Thomas Hirschhorn was the 5th participating artist.

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Global Studios: Thomas Hirschhorn

 

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Global Studios: Artist Responses - Thomas Hirschhorn

Deimantas Narkevicius

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Global Studios - Deimantas Narkevicius

Deimantas Narkevicius was the fourth participating artist, responding from his studio in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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Global Studios: Artist Responses - Deimantas Narkevicius

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Global Studios: Artist Responses - Deimantas Narkevicius (Part 2)

Mark Ruwedel

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Global Studios: Mark Ruwedel

Mark Ruwedel was the third participating artist, speaking to us from his studio in Long Beach, California. 

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Global Studios: Artist Responses - Mark Ruwedel (Parts 1-3)

Melanie Smith

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Global Studios: Melanie Smith

Melanie Smith was the second participating artist, answering questions from her studio in Mexico City.

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Global Studios: Artist Responses – Melanie Smith (Part 2)

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Global Studios: Artist Responses - Melanie Smith

Meschac Gaba

Meschac Gaba was the first artist to participate in Global Studios.

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TateShots: Museum of Contemporary African Art

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Global Studios: Meschac Gaba - Q & A

Supported by Bloomberg

Project Information

Project type
Learning project
Lead department
Tate Learning

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