Influential illustrator, comic artist, filmmaker, musician Dave McKean (Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, Grant Morrison’s Arkham Asylum, Luna) new’ comic book Black Dog: The Dreams of Paul Nash is a uniquely original exploration of the life, imagination and ‘dreams’ of Paul Nash. In this film we talk to Dave about Nash’s work as a war artist and […]

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Tate Archive holds hundreds of artists sketchbooks, many of which can now be viewed online. This film reveals how for young and established artists, their sketchbook are a creative space for thinking, trying out ideas, making mistakes – even shopping lists – and how digital media is making these processes more shareable. source

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Cécile B. Evans’s Tate Liverpool commission ‘Sprung a Leak’ is a multi-dimensional work featuring two humanoid robots and a robot dog performing in the gallery. ‘Sprung a Leak’ 2016 explores the movement of data, artificial intelligence, and the relationship between humans and machines. The installation at Tate Liverpool examines the increasing influence that new technologies […]

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Susumu Koshimizu is a Japanese artist known for making sculptures that expose the surface quality of different materials. He is considered a key member of the Mono-ha movement (‘School of Things’), which reacted against the embrace of technology and visual trickery in mid-1960s Japanese art. The Mono-ha artists sought to understand ‘the world as it […]

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Can art help us overcome loneliness and isolation? Rebecca Horn’s In The Triangle, 1973-4, connects people and their environment. Watch Joey from Tate Collective London present her perspective on this performative artwork. Tate Collective London run free event for young people aged 15–25 to experiment, create and innovate through art and ideas at Tate Modern […]

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Sir Elton John and Nicholas Serota take a tour of The Radical Eye: Modernist Photography from the Sir Elton John Collection in a gallery walkthrough at the Tate. Made up of over 70 artists and nearly 150 rare vintage prints on show from seminal figures including Brassai, Imogen Cunningham, André Kertész, Dorothea Lange, Tina Modotti, […]

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Black Mountain College was a highly influential school founded in North Carolina, USA, in 1933 where teaching was experimental and committed to an interdisciplinary approach. The college’s progressive principles were based on the educational theories of John Andrew Rice, its founder. In the curriculum, drama, music and fine art were given equal status to all […]

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How many languages can a sculpture speak? Cildo Mereiles’s Babel, 2001, explores an ancient myth about the origin of language. Watch Tariq from Tate Collective London presents his perspective on this towering artwork. Tate Collective London run free event for young people aged 15–25 to experiment, create and innovate through art and ideas at Tate […]

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David Hockney is one of the most popular and influential British artists of the twentieth century. Here he reflects on over 60 years of painting, drawing, printmaking and photography. David Hockney – Exhibition at Tate Britain: https://goo.gl/X9qXki David Hockney in the Tate collection: https://goo.gl/hgLrh1 Subscribe for weekly films: http://goo.gl/X1ZnEl source

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Boris Mikhailov was born in Kharkov, Ukraine and came to prominence in the 1990s. His work often focuses on the politics of everyday life during the Soviet era and its aftermath. In Red 1968-75, Mikhailov depticts life in and around Kharkov, using the colour red as a symbolic reminder of the inescapable presence of the […]

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