Hear Tate staff and volunteers share their personal responses to artworks at Tate Britain
Throughout the run of the
these short talks will reflect on the themes of the exhibition through artworks in our free collection displays. Turner Prize 2018
October focuses on power. Join a talk to find out more about the power of art, artists and their subjects.
November looks at visibility. Discover who is and isn’t visible in the gallery.
December explores truth. Uncover the truth behind some of our best-known paintings and sculptures.
Ten Minute Talks meet in front of the artwork at 13.30, Thursday–Sunday.
New talks are confirmed each month.
Jack Jeans on
Black Audio Film Collective Handsworth Songs 1986 13.30 on Thursday 6 December, Thursday 20 December
Sam McGuire on
Inventory Estate Map 1999 13.30 on Friday 7 December
Vasilis Moschas on
Jeremy Deller Another Time, Another Place 2013 13.30 on Sunday 9 December, Saturday 15 December
Felix Pring on
William Dyce Pegwell Bay, Kent ?1858-60 13.30 on Sunday 2 December, Saturday 8 December, Saturday 15 December
Robert Raynard on
Chris Ofili No Woman, No Cry 1998 13:30 on Friday 14 December
Susan Seth on
Henry Moore Reclining Figure 1951 13.30 on Saturday 8 December
Susan Seth on
John Singer Sargent Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth 1889 13.30 on Friday 21 December, Friday 28 December
Kerry James Marshall
Untitled (London Bridge)
Purchased by the Tate Americas Foundation, courtesy of the North American Acquisitions Committee with assistance from Bob Rennie 2018