Art on Screen

Videos from the Art world

 

British Council's Director of Visual Arts Emma Dexter, Tate Modern's Director Franes Morris and other critics discuss the work of Phyllida Barlow, who has been commissioned for a solo show at the British Pavillion at this year's Venice Biennale, opening on 3rd May. 

 

 

Maggi Hambling talks to British Museum's Keeper of Prints and Drawings, Hugo Chapman, in light of the artist's recent exhibition Touch: works on paper at the museum, showcasing a retrospective of Hambling's prints and drawings, many of which have not been shown to the public before. Her latest exhibition Edge opens at Marlborough Fine Art opens Wednesday 2nd March.

 

 

Christopher Wool, Katy Siegel and David Reed discuss the paintings exhibited as part of a showcase of Reed's paintings at Susan Chadwell Gallery in 1975 that inspired Wool and Siegel to curate the recent exhibition at Gagosian Madison Avenue; the trio also talk about the art scene in New York over forty years ago.

 

 

Galerie Eva Presenhuber offers a glimpse into Space Forgets You, John Giorno's first solo show at the Zurich-based gallery, featuring the artist's iconic Dial-A-Poem installation alongside video-sound works and poem paintings. Via VernissageTV