Selections from “The Gallery of Lost Art”
Screening with Selections from TateShots Series.
“The Gallery of Lost Art” is an online exhibition of essays, photos and film footage that looks at artworks that either no longer exist, or are ephemeral in nature. Either destroyed, stolen, discarded or temporary, several significant artworks from the last century can no longer be seen. This selection of six short films from the exhibition tells the stories behind such artworks—by Joseph Beuys, Daniel Buren, Christo & Jeanne-Claude, Eva Hesse, Diego Rivera and Jean Tinguely.
Susan Doyon works as a producer for the Tate galleries in the UK, making films for online distribution. She has produced and directed documentaries for several UK broadcasters and interviewed various internationally acclaimed artists, most recently Christo, Tacita Dean, Gabriel Orozco and Antony Gormley.