Headcount – an interview with artist Peter Madden and curator Alice Tappenden

Thursday, May 1, 2014

Headcount is an Enjoy trustees project curated by Ann Shelton and Alice Tappenden. The exhibition comprises works by contemporary artists: Peter Madden, Richard Orjis, Greg Semu and Christian Thompson. The four artists engage with the baroque and it’s iconographies in a way that re-visions the baroque through a contemporary lens. Find out more about Headcount on ...

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Marcelle Hanselaar ‘Open Secrets’

Monday, April 21, 2014

Interview film to coincide with the solo exhibition 'Open Secrets' by Marcelle Hanselaar held at Millennium, St. Ives.

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Interview with Andreas v. Chrzanowski aka. Case Ma’Claim

Sunday, April 13, 2014

A portrait about Andreas v. Chrzanowski aka. Case Ma'Claim. He is one of the founders of photorealism in graffiti. Andreas is one of the world's most successful urban artists. client. WARSTEINER agency. Amsterdam Worldwide production. Think Big Media direction/dop. Dustin Schöne editing. Dustin Schöne producer. Marie Niemann interview. Manuel Zenker grading. wefadetogrey sounddesign. Moritz Staub Think Big Media

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Kiki Smith

Sunday, April 13, 2014

'I don't question my impetus...I just do it and see what happens,' says Kiki Smith From her home in New York, which also serves as her studio, Kiki Smith talks about the ongoing experimentation that drives her art, from the provocative sculptures of the female body that made her a leading feminist artist in the 1980s, ...

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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Feature documentary produced and directed by Tamar Halpern and Chris Quilty Contact:

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Zhang Enli: interview.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

In November last year (2013) Shanghai based Chinese artist Zhang Enli immersed his audience into the luscious colours and gestural strokes of his Space Painting installation at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London. To be immersed into Zhang’s vibrant hues and tonal motions is to revisit a childhood sensibility when play and dreams ...

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Friday, April 4, 2014

ALAN GANEV in MY GIANT WITHIN marks the turning point of our THIS IS series, a somewhat 2.0 version. This second episode plays with genres, mixing interview, testimony and creative video. His artistic vision explained in a factual yet poetic way. Collage artist Alan Ganev is now renowned on both the local and international scenes. ...

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Richard Tuttle: Artists are like clouds

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

An emotional interview with the award winning post minimalist Richard Tuttle, known for his subtle, intimate works: ”Artists they’re from nature, they come out of nature, they’re like the clouds that just happen.” Being an artist is not like a disease, and it’s not something, which can be cured via psychoanalysis either. Artists are a part ...

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Mark Surridge ‘Alignments’

Friday, March 7, 2014

Interview film to coincide with the solo exhibition 'Alignments' by Mark Surridge held at Millennium, St. Ives.

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Sunday, March 2, 2014

This short film was shot over two separate day’s in late 2012 and the final edit was completed in January 2013. I was intrigued to, and honored to be able to spend this time with Alice White out of her busy schedule. She was very open and extremely helpful in the making of this two-part ...

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YoonHyup X Rag&Bone

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Artist : Yoon Hyup Fim & Edit : 109Lab Motion Graphics : Dohee Kim Photography : Jason Lewis / Pep Kim Music by : Peejay

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A Brief History of Art Undressed

Friday, February 21, 2014

Television presenter and writer Dawn O'Porter takes us on a whistle-stop tour of nudity in art, from its origins 25,000 years ago to the present day. With an unflinching gaze, O'Porter tackles the ever-changing rules of acceptability for representing and beholding flesh in art. Unlock Art is Tate's new short film series, offering a witty inside track ...

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Bumblebeelovesyou x Redbull

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Interview with Los Angeles artist Bumblebee about his latest project for Redbull.

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Carter Mull – Lunch with Chanel

Thursday, February 6, 2014

As part of a collaborative project with MOCAtv and LAXArt, Carter Mull edges the line between seduction and social engagement. Here, Mull returns to his signature interest in the (re)circulation of images—Mull famously uses his works as platforms for further production, staging social interactions with his paintings and capturing these interventions in photos and video. ...

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Julien Porisse – “Constructions Aléatoires” – 2014

Monday, February 3, 2014

Julien Porisse interview about his art influences and his artistic background during the January 2014 solo show at the BLAST-MATIGNON GALLERY - Paris

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Margaret Harrison

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Margaret Harrison founded the London Women's Liberation Art Group in 1970. Soon after, an exhibition of her work was closed by the police for its 'pornographic' depiction of men, including one of Hugh Hefner. In this film Harrison talks about the events leading up to the closure, and her subsequent career as a feminist artist. Later ...

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Conversation Series: Yang Jiechang

Thursday, January 30, 2014

An exclusive interview in the artist studio in Paris, offering rare insights on his artistic expressions and practices.

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Interview with artist John Bischoff

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

An interview with the artist John Bischoff about his recent paintings and what inspires them. Shot at Hertford Road Studios, East London.

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David Callau Gené

Friday, January 3, 2014

An interview with David Callau Gené an artist primarily in paint but who uses any medium ready to hand. He sees art as a spiritual calling, that his whole life is for the purpose of creation, bringing ever evolving messages to an audience. During this interview, right after his 40th birthday, he reflects on his ...

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Françoise Gilot

Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Françoise Gilot, muse to Picasso, on her own career as an artist. At the age of 92 Françoise Gilot continues to paint every day.  In this interview from her New York studio, she talks about a life lived at the centre of French modernism, and her own approach to making art.

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Monday, December 23, 2013

A Film by Eric Minh Swenson. Music by James Lucchesi. JAN TAYLOR: After attending undergraduate and graduate school at UCI, I moved to the downtown Los Angeles area, notably little Tokyo in 1980. I ended up on the far eastside in a building called the Citizens Warehouse, an old pickle factory on the banks of the ...

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Sunday, December 22, 2013

A Film by Eric Minh Swenson. Music by Chris Waters. After, a Nomadic childhood traveling the world (including Hong Kong) with his military family, William Wray began working in the animation business as a teen-ager eventually enrolling in The Art Students League in New York to study fine art in the academic tradition. Uninspired by the ...

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Film meets Art – Mike Leigh inspired by JMW Turner

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Mike Leigh on transforming Turner's life and work into cinema. Mike Leigh takes time out from shooting his new feature about the life and work of JMW Turner to share his passion for the great painter of landscape and light, and shows us how he takes detailed scenes from Turner's sketches and recreates them for the ...

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Anthony Lister NEVER ODD OR EVEN – PART 3

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Anthony Lister - Solo Exhibition Never Odd or Even Part 3 Including a performance of musician Carla Azar Solo show opening at Robert Fontaine Gallery. Carla Azar was involved in the exhibition Never Odd or Even, she perfomed during the opening night of the show under the direction of Anthony Lister. She is an American musician and a member ...

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Saramanda Zurbuch / 2013 Starz Denver Film Festival bumpers

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Saramanda Zurbuch - Emerging Artist One in a series of bumpers created for the 2013 Starz Denver Film Festival. Five artists were commissioned to create a work of art highlighting the festival theme of "Paint the Town Red". They were given complete creative control and we filmed the process, end product and interviews. Each bumper is ...

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The Highwaymen, Legends of the Road – Trailer

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

The Highwaymen, Legends of the Road has been remastered in high definition and is now available streaming at Watch the entire program from any device. The Florida Highwaymen were an unlikely group of black landscape painters that emerged from the American South in the 1950's and 60's. Segregation locked them out of selling their works ...

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Meet 500 years of British Art – Room: JMW Turner

Friday, November 1, 2013

Tate's curators introduce the new displays at Tate Britain, from 1540 to the present. This week, David Brown explores the work of JMW Turner.

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Mira Schendel

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

A Jewish refugee from fascist Italy, Mira Schendel became one of Brazil's greatest artists. Art critic Guy Brett first met Mira Schendel in the 1960s and was immediately attracted by the energy that he found in her work, which he said 'charged the space around it'. Here Brett remembers that first encounter and talks about the significance ...

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IK Prize 2014 Promo

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The IK Prize is a new award celebrating creative talent in the digital industry. The winner will receive a prize of £10,000 and a £60,000 production budget to realise a digitally innovative project that will enhance people's enjoyment of art. The winner's work, along with presentations from those shortlisted, will be showcased at Tate Britain ...

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Storm Thorgerson on Magritte

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Storm Thorgerson designed the cover for Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon', an album that can be found in the homes of over 40 million people. In a career spanning over 30 years he has produced album graphics for numerous acts. Many of his designs are notable for their surrealism, and in his early work ...

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