Selections from TateShots Series
Screening with Selections from “The Gallery of Lost Art”.
TateShotsis an ongoing series of short films about art and artists related to Tate’s collections, exhibitions and events. This selection includes “Yayoi Kusama’s Obliteration Room,” about an interactive project originally conceived for children involving the transformation of a room through thousands of coloured stickers; “Michael Craig-Martin: Educating Damien Hirst,” which looks at artist and educator Michael Craig-Martin as he reflects on the work of one of his most famous students; “Alex Katz,” which involves a visit to the New York–based painter’s studio; and “William Klein: Stories and Chance,” in which the photographer discusses his revolutionary New York street photography from the 1950s.
Tate Media is a team of people who produce weekly TateShots, exhibition films and other films for Tate’s channel. In collaboration with freelancers and in-house staff, Tate Media creates high-quality arts content for online, broadcast and interactive programs.