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TateShots: Eva Rothschild

333 views 16 hours ago
‘You use what you need to get what you want’. Eva Rothschild explores her use of materials in her sculptural works.

In this video, Rothschild discusses the importance of the choice of materials she works with, explaining how she manipulates these choices to give the appearance either of something pristine and untouched, or of something that very much bears the touch of the artist’s hand. She also touches on how an artist can never see their own work as as the viewer does, as one can never ‘discover’ one’s own work. Show less
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  • TateShots: Eva Rothschild

    • by Tate
    • 16 hours ago
    • 333 views
    ‘You use what you need to get what you want’. Eva Rothschild explores her use of materials in her sculptural works.

    In this video, Rothschild discusses the importance of the choice of materials sh...
  • Malevich: Revolutionary of Russian Art

    • by Tate
    • 3 days ago
    • 390 views
    Malevich: Revolutionary of Russian Art
    Tate Modern
    16 July -- 26 October 2014

    See here for more information:
    http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/ma...
  • TateShots: Malevich, First Look

    • by Tate
    • 6 days ago
    • 1,878 views
    Malevich's Black Square is the Hour Zero of modern art for many artists, showing how much one work can change the course of art history. But what were Malevich's motivations and where did this icon...
  • TateShots: Caragh Thuring

    • by Tate
    • 2 weeks ago
    • 2,058 views
    'How can you make something that is flat against the wall take up space?' Artist Caragh Thuring talks about her new paintings and the representation of space in two dimensions.

    Focusing on archite...
  • TateShots: Liverpool Biennial 2014

    • by Tate
    • 2 weeks ago
    • 2,265 views
    From dazzle ships to Whistler, the Liverpool Biennial has taken over the city. TateShots takes a tour of the UK's largest international contemporary art festival

    Invading the city for ten weeks, L...
  • British Folk Art

    • by Tate
    • 3 weeks ago
    • 2,892 views
    To celebrate the first major exhibition of British folk art, we sent a film crew around the country to capture the eccentricities and creative brilliance of folk culture today.
     
    Tate Britain's new...

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