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Tate Events

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This podcast presents highlights from Tate's wide-ranging programme of talks, symposiums and live events at all four Tate galleries.

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This podcast presents highlights from Tate's wide-ranging programme of talks, symposiums and live events at all four Tate galleries.

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Tate Events

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This podcast presents highlights from Tate's wide-ranging programme of talks, symposiums and live events at all four Tate galleries.

Curator’s talk and private view: Why the Pre-Raphaelites are modern

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This talk explores the idea of the Pre-Raphaelites as a pioneering avant-garde group, whose disrespectful, anti-establishment campaign brought new life to British art.

Feb 04 2013

1hr 2mins

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Radio Benjamin: Live Now

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Walter Benjamin (1892–1940) is best known for his pioneering work on technology, culture and art, making enduring contributions to aesthetic theory and Western Marxism.

Dec 30 2014

1hr 29mins

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Copyrighting creativity – Part 4

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What is and what ought to be the relationship between creativity, cultural heritage institutions and copyright? Speakers will include Kim Treiger, Peter Baldwin, Marysia Lewandowska and Darryl Mead.

Jun 19 2013

1hr 28mins

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Architecture and art: If you build it, will they come? Jacques Herzog and Hal Foster

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Audio recording of Architecture and art: If you build it, will they come? Jacques Herzog and Hal Foster talk at Tate Modern

Mar 18 2014

1hr 46mins

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The Art of Walking and Slowing Down

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This event at Tate Modern invites us to reconsider the everyday activity of walking as a philosophical, spiritual and creative activity, which has played a central role in the work of thinkers, artists and writers alike.

Jun 02 2014

1hr 33mins

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Purple and Snails: Polke's Experiments with Colour

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In the early 1980s the German artist Sigmar Polke became a dedicated scholar of pigment manufacture. He favoured highly toxic, banned or otherwise exotic substances, but as a modern day alchemist he shrouded his knowledge in mystery.

Dec 30 2014

1hr 1min

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Pre-Raphaelites and Global Pop Culture from the 1960s to the Present

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Co-curator of the Pre-Raphaelites exhibition Jason Rosenfeld explores the legacy of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in 20th and 21st century popular music, art, design, fashion and film.

Feb 04 2013

1hr 1min

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Violence and Representation - Part 2

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To coincide with the exhibition Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera, this symposium at Tate Modern explored violence as a subject in relation to representations in the broadest range of historical and geographical contexts.

Aug 18 2014

1hr 37mins

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On Hamilton with Hal Foster, Vicente Todoli and Mark Godfrey

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This discussion addresses Richard Hamilton’s entire career: his exhibition designs of the 1950s, his ‘pop’ period, his interests in design and politics, as well as his relationship to a variety of artists. Audio recording.

Mar 26 2014

1hr 31mins

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Exploring Turner and the Masters - Part 1

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Turner’s powerful evocation of the landscape and revolutionary use of paint has been an inspiration to subsequent generations of artists. Audio recording of a workshop at Tate Britain.

Oct 30 2014

30mins

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BMW Tate Live: The Future of Live

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The talk addresses some of the thoughts and observations emerging from the inter-disciplinary debates around the nature of the performative and live art in order to identify future trajectories for performance in this highly mediated digital age

Dec 30 2014

2hr

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Art criticism in the post-medium age

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How has formalist and poststucturalist thinking shaped our understanding of art and art history in the 20th century? What relevance do such ideas have today, in an age where anything goes and artists work in a ‘post-medium’ world? Audio recording.

Jun 02 2014

1hr 24mins

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Copyrighting Creativity – Part 7

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Audio recording of past Tate Modern conference: What is and what ought to be the relationship between creativity, cultural heritage institutions and copyright? Speakers will include Kim Treiger, Peter Baldwin, Marysia Lewandowska and Darryl Mead.

Jun 19 2013

1hr 17mins

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Camille Henrot: Grosse Fatigue

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Audio recording of Camille Henrot: Grosse Fatigue, a part of film screening programme at Tate Modern

Mar 18 2014

35mins

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Portavilion: Changing Social Sculpture

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Audio recording. This two-day symposium explores Pop beyond the mainstream.

May 14 2013

1hr 27mins

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Museums and Mobiles in the Age of Social Media - Part 1

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This symposium at Tate Modern is for museum workers who want to know more about how the new generation of mobile devices can benefit their institutions, and for developers wanting to get up to speed with the latest thinking in this area.

Aug 18 2014

1hr 6mins

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Agnes Martin: Arne Glimcher in conversation with Frances Morris

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This conversation at Tate follows the publication of Phaidon’s extensive monograph, which throws new light on the Agnes Martin's life and work

Jun 19 2013

1hr 17mins

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Curator’s talk and private view: Lichtenstein

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Audio recording. Richard Thomas offers a unique insight into the curatorial processes behind the Lichtenstein: A Retrospective exhibition at Tate Modern

Apr 02 2013

55mins

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Muybridge in Kingston

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In this audio recording Peta Cook, David Falkner and Alexandra Reynolds talk about the personal archive bequeathed by Muybridge to Kingston Museum and recent contemporary commissions responding to his work.

Aug 19 2014

30mins

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Moumen Smihi: A Muslim Childhood

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One of the most important Arab filmmakers working today, Moumen Smihi is founding figure of the New Arab Cinema of the Maghreb (Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia). Introduction and Q&A for the film screening event at Tate Modern.

May 30 2014

49mins

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The Black Subject: Modernism

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This symposium takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring relationships between artists and models, multi-racial interwar communities, historical subjects, sexuality, gender and the work of previously neglected artists.

Apr 17 2015

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The Black Subject: Model citizens - a panel

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This symposium takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring relationships between artists and models, multi-racial interwar communities, historical subjects, sexuality, gender and the work of previously neglected artists.

Apr 17 2015

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The Black Subject: Victorians - a conversation

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This symposium takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring relationships between artists and models, multi-racial interwar communities, historical subjects, sexuality, gender and the work of previously neglected artists.

Apr 17 2015

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The Black Subject: On presence and absence

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This symposium takes an interdisciplinary approach, exploring relationships between artists and models, multi-racial interwar communities, historical subjects, sexuality, gender and the work of previously neglected artists.

Apr 17 2015

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The Black Subject: Film screening of Borderline - Q&A

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A discussion with Prof. Laura Marcus (Oxford University) and writer and critic Prof. Sukhdev Sandhu (NYU), chaired by Tate Curator Sonya Dyer

Apr 17 2015

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BMW Tate Live: The Future of Live

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The talk addresses some of the thoughts and observations emerging from the inter-disciplinary debates around the nature of the performative and live art in order to identify future trajectories for performance in this highly mediated digital age

Dec 30 2014

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Susan Meiselas in conversation with Simon Baker

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Documentary photographer Susan Meiselas, whose work features in Conflict, Time, Photography discusses her illustrious career in photojournalism with curator Simon Baker.

Dec 30 2014

1hr 15mins

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Future Citizen Forum: Values

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What is the value of being a citizen? What are the values that will or should guide the future citizen? How can we rethink the idea of value away from a purely economic model of worth?

Dec 30 2014

44mins

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The landscape in contemporary photography: From the sublime to the ridiculous

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Speakers are Thomas Struth, Penelope Umbrico, Massimo Vitali and Lauren Marsolier and Mishka Henner. The panel is chaired by William Ewing, Director of Curatorial Projects at Thames & Hudson.

Dec 30 2014

2hr 2mins

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Purple and Snails: Polke's Experiments with Colour

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In the early 1980s the German artist Sigmar Polke became a dedicated scholar of pigment manufacture. He favoured highly toxic, banned or otherwise exotic substances, but as a modern day alchemist he shrouded his knowledge in mystery.

Dec 30 2014

1hr 1min

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Artist's Talk: Ciara Phillips in conversation with Emily Pethick

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Join Ciara Phillips as she discusses her collaborative projects, her Turner Prize nomination and other work with Emily Pethick, Director of The Showroom.

Dec 30 2014

1hr 27mins

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Radio Benjamin: Live Now

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Walter Benjamin (1892–1940) is best known for his pioneering work on technology, culture and art, making enduring contributions to aesthetic theory and Western Marxism.

Dec 30 2014

1hr 29mins

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Gregory J. Markopoulos: Film as Film

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Gregory J. Markopoulos is a key figure in the history of independent film and was, alongside Kenneth Anger, Stan Brakhage, Maya Deren and Andy Warhol, a pioneer of the New American Cinema of the 1960s.

Dec 30 2014

28mins

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Future of the City: Grassroots Perspectives

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The discussion includes case studies from Latin America amongst other examples. Speakers include Justin McGuirk author of Radical Cities alongside Andreas Lang from public works, a London-based non-for-profit art and architecture practice.

Dec 30 2014

1hr 33mins

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BMW Tate Live: On Mediated Experience: Transforming Performance

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This event takes the BMW Tate Live Performance Room as illustrative of the ways in which performance is responding to a highly mediated world, where performance often comes into being simultaneously live and online.

Dec 30 2014

1hr 54mins

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Show Time: Curating contemporary art

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What are the exhibitions that truly changed the course of the discipline, provoked public reactions and contributed to a more complex understanding of what exhibition-making means today?

Dec 30 2014

1hr 32mins

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Sigmar Polke: Films

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Introduction to the film screening by special guests from Polke’s family who will discuss his relationship to film and Christof Kohlhöfer will also discuss his collaboration with Polke.

Dec 30 2014

31mins

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Sound, music, visual: producing the interdisciplinary

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This half-day conference examines the motivations of artists, producers and institutions to work in the context of interdisciplinary events, and asks where is this interdisciplinary practice headed?

Dec 30 2014

2hr 56mins

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Painting, Politics, Persona: What Polke Means Today?

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This audio recording aims to situate Sigmar Polke's significance within a wider art historical context before unpicking the complex layers of his diverse practice, raising questions around what makes his art of such contemporary relevance today.

Dec 11 2014

2hr 4mins

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In Conversation: Wangechi Mutu

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A riveting and candid conversation charting Wangechi Mutu’s career to date via her varied sources of inspiration, including her current exploration of the possibilities of printmaking, mythology and more. Audio recording.

Dec 09 2014

1hr 29mins

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