Posts tagged "Video"

In the Frame: Cézanne's Portraits

24 November 2017

Art historian and curator Kate Bryan explores two key works at the National Portrait Gallery's exhibition devoted to the portraiture of the French master, Paul Cézanne.

Video: Five must-see autumn exhibitions

5 September 2017

With autumn here, it's time to put some new dates in the diary, so here's five shows art historian Kate Bryan has picked as her unmissable exhibitions of the season.

Video: Five cultural venues by the sea

26 July 2017

In the final instalment of our 'summer of art' series, broadcaster Sarfraz Manzoor visits five cultural venues by the British seaside, all either free or half-price with a National Art Pass.

Video: Five must-see summer exhibitions

31 May 2017

To kick off a 'summer of art', it's time to put some new dates in the diary, so here's five shows art critic Alastair Sooke has picked as his unmissable exhibitions of the season.

Miss Nothing

31 March 2017

Shiny floors, blueberry muffins, hurricane hand-dryers… and lots of fantastic art. You really will miss nothing when visiting museum and galleries with a National Art Pass.

Share great art this Mother's Day

23 March 2017

To celebrate Mother's Day, we asked these sons and daughters to take their mums along to the National Gallery in London. This short film captures their day.

Video: Eduardo Paolozzi in London

15 February 2017

Kate Bryan takes a tour around London to find Eduardo Paolozzi's public sculptures, ahead of a major new exhibition of his work at the Whitechapel Gallery.

Five short films about Robert Rauschenberg

29 November 2016

A major new exhibition of Robert Rauschenberg opens this week at the Tate Modern. These five films explore the life and work of a true artistic pioneer.

Video: William Kentridge

28 September 2016

As the Whitechapel Gallery hosts a solo show by the renowned South African artist, we talk to the animator, filmmaker and political activist about his inspirations.

Video: Mona Hatoum

11 May 2016

Tate Modern presents Mona Hatoum’s performance and installation work from the past 35 years; we take a look.

Video: Botticelli Reimagined

3 March 2016

Art critic Alastair Sooke takes a look at the enduring impact of Sandro Botticelli at the V&A’s new exhibition.

Video: Performing for the Camera

24 February 2016

Curator and art critic Morgan Quaintance takes a look at Tate Modern's exhibition exploring performance and photography.

Five moving image artists to see

1 December 2015

From the human psyche to modern warfare, here are some incredible contemporary artists who are using time-based media to make sense of the world around us.

Video: Audrey Hepburn

1 July 2015

The National Portrait Gallery celebrates the remarkable life and career of Audrey Hepburn through 70 photographic portraits.

Video: Carsten Höller

10 June 2015

Before you head to the most entertaining show of the summer, watch Sarfraz Manzoor navigate himself around this enthralling exhibition.

Video: Berthe Morisot

11 March 2015

Art historian Jacky Klein explores the story of this gifted female Impressionist painter.

Video: Five unmissable exhibitions

6 January 2015

New year, new art. Not sure where to begin? Art historian Jacky Klein takes us through her top five shows of the season.

Video: Jeremy Paxman on Rembrandt

16 October 2014

Rembrandt's innovative, kinetic final years of artistic greatness are explored in the National Gallery's autumn blockbuster.

Video: Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern

8 October 2014

Broadcaster Sarfraz Manzoor explains five things to know about Sigmar Polke before you head to this fantastic exhibition at Tate Modern.

Video: Constable vs Turner

19 September 2014

Art historian Jacky Klein takes a closer look at two major exhibitions celebrating the titans of Victorian art.

Video: Save the Wedgwood Collection

1 September 2014

Watch our campaign video, in which Tristram Hunt MP, design critic Alice Rawsthorn, Wedgwood Museum director Gaye Blake-Roberts and Art Fund director Stephen Deuchar make the case for saving the Wedgwood Collection.

Video: Malevich at Tate Modern

16 July 2014

Art historian Rosie Rockel presents a film about Tate Modern's dazzling exhibition dedicated to the radical Russian artist Kazimir Malevich.

Video: BP Portrait Award 2014

27 June 2014

A beautiful short film about this years's shortlist, as they prepared for the National Portrait Gallery exhibition.

Video: Bettany Hughes on Vikings

6 March 2014

The historian and broadcaster heads to the British Museum to take a look at the new exhibition, Vikings: Life and Legend.

Lacock Cup: Curator's blog

24 December 2013

The British Museum and Wiltshire Museum have jointly acquired the Lacock Cup, a silver 15th-century chalice, with help from the Art Fund. Curator Naomi Speakman writes about its unusual and varied history.

Wim Pijbes on Museum of the Year

18 December 2013

In our exclusive video, the General Director of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam talks about Museum of the Year and the excellence of British museums.

Video: Elizabeth I & Her People

16 October 2013

Art Quarterly's Editor, Charlotte Mullins, takes a look at the National Portrait Gallery's new exhibition, Elizabeth I & Her People.

Video: Paul Klee at Tate Modern

16 October 2013

Art historian Rosie Rockel presents an introduction to Tate Modern's fascinating new exhibition, Paul Klee: Making Visible.

Video: Jake and Dinos Chapman

16 September 2013

We meet Jake and Dinos Chapman at their studio to find out more about The Chapman Family Collection – where fast food meets ethnography.

Video: Art Everywhere

21 August 2013

Great works of art are currently on show on billboards and bus-stops all over the UK – we hit the streets to get the public's reaction.

Video: Bob and Roberta Smith at Leeds Art Gallery

25 January 2013

As part of our Art Fund Presents series, artist Bob and Roberta Smith shares his highlights of Leeds Art Gallery including works by Elizabeth Frink, Georgie Hopton and the artist's own site-specific commission for the gallery.

Top art videos

22 January 2013

Looking for something to watch in your lunch break? We've scoured the internet for the best art videos.

Video: Hug for Henry Moore

12 December 2012

Artist Bob and Roberta Smith leads a group hug at Leeds Art Gallery in support of the Save Old Flo campaign.

Antony Gormley's near death experience

23 November 2012

Artist Antony Gormley explains how making the plaster casts for his sculpture Land, Sea and Air gave him a near death experience in his studio in Peckham.

Video: Poussin's Extreme Unction

25 September 2012

Curator Jane Munro tells us why this stunning masterpiece is worth fighting for... and illuminates Poussin's foot fetish.

Video: Art Guide app

30 March 2012

Find great art wherever you are, whatever your interest, with the Art Fund's free Art Guide -- the UK's most comprehensive exhibition and museum listings app. Watch the video below to find out more!

Video: Jeremy Deller at the Hayward Gallery

8 March 2012

Contemporary artist Jeremy Deller discusses Joy in People, a retrospective exhibition at the Hayward Gallery bringing together almost all of his major works.

Video: Grayson Perry on Duchamp

2 February 2012

The always controversial Grayson Perry talks to art critic Richard Cork about Marcel Duchamp's sculpture, Fresh Widow.

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