Tate Events

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.

Episodes

The Black Subject: Modernism  

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.

The Black Subject: Model citizens - a panel  

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.

The Black Subject: Victorians - a conversation  

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.

The Black Subject: On presence and absence  

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.

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

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

MixTate: HVOB on Helena Almeida  

For this Mixtate, Austrian duo HVOB take inspiration from the serenity and clarity of Helena Almeida’s series Drawing (with pigment) 1995–9

BMW Tate Live: The Future of Live  

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

Susan Meiselas in conversation with Simon Baker  

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

Future Citizen Forum: Values  

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?

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

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.

Purple and Snails: Polke's Experiments with Colour  

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.

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

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

Radio Benjamin: Live Now  

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.

Gregory J. Markopoulos: Film as Film  

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.

Future of the City: Grassroots Perspectives  

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.

BMW Tate Live: On Mediated Experience: Transforming Performance  

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.

Show Time: Curating contemporary art  

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?

Sigmar Polke: Films  

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.

Sound, music, visual: producing the interdisciplinary  

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?

Painting, Politics, Persona: What Polke Means Today?  

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.

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