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Outi Pieski – ‘Art comes from the land, it’s made for the land’ | Tate

Drawing inspiration from her Sámi heritage, artist Outi Pieski creates large-scale textile installations which feature tassels based on traditional clothing. Her work references ‘duodji’,...

Sargent’s Diva Portrait | Tate

After watching Ellen Terry play the role of Lady Macbeth in 1888, artist John Singer Sargent knew he had to paint her. But his...

How art can inspire solidarity across borders | Tate

How do artists create work within their communities, in a way that helps us see injustice and shows us the way towards change? In this...

First Encounter: Tai-Shan Schierenberg on Portrait of a Young Woman | Tate

Portrait painter, Tai-Shan Schierenberg describes the first time he saw Meredith Frampton's painting, Portrait of a Young Woman and how the piece has impacted...

Stories from the archive – Evelyn Dunbar | Tate

With over 1 million items, Tate's archive is an incredible place of discovery. We sat down with Tate's Library & Archive Coordinator, Federica Beretta...

Explore the history of The Tanks | Tate

Tate Modern's Director of Programme Catherine Wood explores the industrial history of Tate's underground art space, The Tanks. Subscribe for weekly films: http://goo.gl/X1ZnEl source

Thank you for watching! Celebrating 1000 films | Tate

Here's to over 1000 films on our YouTube channel, celebrating art in all its forms! Over fifteen years - and more than 50 million views...

Can art save the world from environmental catastrophe? | Tate

What role can art play in tackling the climate emergency? In this film, we take a look at artworks by L.S. Lowry, Simryn Gill, Abbas...

Julianknxx – ‘I listen with openness and find poetry’ | Tate

We sat down with artist, filmmaker and poet, Julianknxx to explore new ways of looking to the past through performing memories, gathering stories and...