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TateShots: Caragh Thuring

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'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 architectural elements or landmarks, Thuring's paintings begin with extensive visual research - research which leads straight to paintings directly on to unprimed linen canvas. In this film she discusses where her inspiration comes from, how she knows when a painting is finished, and the 'act of generosity' it takes for a viewer to spend time with a painting. Show less
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  • TateShots: Caragh Thuring

    • by Tate
    • 6 hours ago
    • 88 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
    • 5 days ago
    • 1,429 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
    • 1 week ago
    • 2,330 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...
  • TateShots: Bill Viola

    • by Tate
    • 1 week ago
    • 2,861 views
    A special display of Bill Viola's Tiny Deaths 1993 at Tate Modern coincides with the installation of a new work by the artist in St Paul's Cathedral entitled Martyrs (Earth, Air, Fire, Water).

    Bil...
  • Magic Tate Ball 2014

    • by Tate
    • 1 week ago
    • 653 views
    Magic Tate Ball reveals the hidden connections between art and your everyday life!

    Shake your phone anywhere in the world and this clever free app will present you with a relevant artwork from Tat...
  • TateShots: The Darks

    • by Tate
    • 2 weeks ago
    • 1,079 views
    Artist Ruth Ewan explores the haunting story of the infamous Millbank Prison, now the site of Tate Britain, in this audio tour with a twist.

    Playing on the format of a museum audio tour, The Darks...

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