A series telling the human stories behind art in Tate's collection.
A series telling the human stories behind art in Tate's collection.
The Art of Persona
What role does a persona play in the lives we lead and the art we make? We speak to artists, performers and DJs who use a form of persona in their work. Experimenting with our persona can be a way to learn about ourselves and the world. But do we always know where the performance starts and when it stops?
The podcast is presented by Sandra Jean Pierre. Featuring artist Rosa Johan Uddoh, performer and activist Lewis G Burton, Scary Things hosts DJ Bempah & JK, choreographer and performer Holly Beasley Garrigan and magazine editor Bob Colacello.
The Art of Persona is a Falling Tree production for Tate, produced by Hannah Dean and Sandra Jean Pierre. With additional music by Sleep Eaters, Keel Her and Black Manila. Special thanks for Snaketown Records.
To explore the role of persona in Andy Warhol’s work visit the exhibition at Tate Modern from the 12 March – 6 September 2020.
This exhibition is in partnership with Bank of America, with additional support from the Andy Warhol Exhibition Supporters Circle, Tate America’s Foundation, Tate International Council, Tate patrons and Tate members. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Art of Love
What is love? is one of the most searched questions online. In this episode, author, journalist and ‘the funniest guy on Instagram’, Raven Smith explores how the various experiences of love have been expressed through art. Art that shows romance is loved by many and comes in all forms. From sculpture and photography, to paintings and films – the art of love is a language that speaks to us all.
To discover more artworks which have been inspired by romantic love, take a look at our recent book Love, written by Alex Pilcher. From passion and dating, to heartbreak and loss, the book explores 500 years of love in art.
This episode was a Stance Media production for Tate, produced by Catrin Manel, researched by Deborah Shorinde and executive produced Chrystal Genesis. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Art of Remembering
Why are some stories easier to forget than others? We speak to artists who are using their work to uncover the people who have been hidden from view. Led by artists, poets and activists, we explore how art can be used to address the erasure of important events that has led to a history of ‘misremembering.’
The podcast is presented by poet Bridget Minamore. Featuring artists Kara Walker, Hannah Catherine Jones and Rene Matić, Bristol's city poet, Vanessa Kisuule and Tate Collective Producers Libertee, Sai and Haris.
Visit the free Hyundai Commission: Kara Walker at Tate Modern from the 2 October 2019 – 5 April 2020. In partnership with Hyundai Motor. Supported by Sikkema Jenkins & Co. with additional support from Tate Americas Foundation. The exhibition is curated by Clara Kim and Priyesh Mistry.
The Art of Remembering is a Falling Tree production for Tate, produced by Zakia Sewell, executive produced by Hannah Geddes. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Art of Hip Hop
This episode explores how the culture of hip hop has collided with art forms such as painting, installation art, photography and film. We follow its beginnings as an artistic and socio-political movement in the Bronx in the early 70s to its many manifestations throughout culture today. Listen as we talk with curators, musicians and fine artists about the influence of this art form and how hip-hop’s ability to bring together multiple mediums in one space has revolutionized the creative industry.
The podcast is presented by poet and writer Bridget Minamore. Featuring broadcaster and DJ Zezi Ifore, Tate Curator’s Darren Pih and Andrea Lissoni, Musician Little Simz and artist King Saladeen.
The Art of Hip-Hop is a Boomshakalaka production, produced by Tolani Shoneye.
Keith Haring is at Tate Liverpool until 10 November 2019.
Use the code ‘241HARING’ for 2 for the price of one tickets, available online only from the 1st to 31st of October 2019. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
The Art of the Hustle
Discover what it takes to make it in the arts. Inspired by generations of artists who have taken on commercial work to fund their passion projects, we take a practical look at the realities of earning a living as a young creative today. We explore the rise of slasher culture and ask how artists balance priorities; from personal branding, to self-care.
The podcast is presented by DJ and producer Martha Pazienti Caidan. Featuring Jide Adetunji and Ibrahim Kamara founders of GUAP video magazine, DJ and mentor Gavin D, artists Georgina Johnson and Ellie Pennick, poet Teige Maddison and illustrator Sinead McGeechan.
The Art of the Hustle is a Falling Tree production for Tate, produced by Hannah Dean and Alia Cassam, executive produced by Sam McGuire.
Find out more about one of the pioneers of slasher culture, painter/engraver/poet William Blake.
Visit the William Blake exhibition at Tate Britain, 11 September 2019 to 2 February 2020
Buy the exhibition book and receive a free Blake print. Quote promo code BLAKE at the point of sale or in the basket when checking out online. Offer available in the Blake exhibition shop and at shop.tate.org.uk. This offer is subject to availability, while stocks last. Valid from 9 September 2019 to 2 February 2020.
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The Art of Improvisation
In this episode we explore the role of chance and accident in the creative process. Hear artists, musicians and choreographers discuss what it means to 'go with the flow'.
The podcast features Frank Bowling, an artist who has spent 60 years improvising with paint. With contributions from dancer Alethia Antonia, artist Albert E. Dean, musicians Greta Eacott, Deji Ijishakin and Axel Lidstrom, and Bowling’s assistant Spencer A. Richards. The podcast is presented by DJ and broadcaster Zakia Sewell.
The Art of Improvisation is a Falling Tree production for Tate, produced by Hannah Dean. It features music by Cykada, G.Bop Orchestra and The Evil Usses.
Explore 60 years of experiments and improvisation with paint.
Visit Frank Bowling at Tate Britain, 31 May – 26 August 2019
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LOVE this series
Interesting stories and a great way to learn more about art!
Love listening to this podcast. More please.
The art of dreaming
Dreamy wonderful and inspirational