It's all about what art
means to you, and what
makes great art in Britain
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Look back at snaps from GBAD and find out where to go next! It's been a great project, thanks for being a part of it... http://t.co/VTyjDJco
Final WOW! Yes it’s true, GBAD is coming to an end! It’s sad but hopefully Hockey’s, ‘My Parents’ will help you through.http://t.co/06aJ1Rhp
Spartacus Chetwynd on performance, painting and sculptural installation. What are your thoughts on the Turner Prize'12? http://t.co/Waibvaxb
Just seen ‘The Children of George Bond of Ditchleys’ by Hugh Barron. What are your favourite childhood memories? http://t.co/zb1I2g7D
British artist & Turner Prize Winner Elizabeth Price talks about her elaborate films. What are your thoughts? http://t.co/iiNg8JmE
Fancy using a little art in those festive photo's? The Pocket Art Gallery Competition is extended until 17th Dec! http://t.co/Qd9P3C2v
@speechdebelle on family. ' I think that your family is important in influencing what you create.' Lovely stories about family history.
'British' doesn't mean just belonging to one culture. It's a mixture. I'm heavily influenced by a range of music from outside of the uk.
What does Britishness mean internationally? In this particular day and age, individualism maybe and politeness. Nice insights @Tate Britain
@iAmShakka says that the term British means multiculturalism. It's a highbrid term.
Attention all Great British Art Debate fans. It is with sadness that we announce that the project is about to come to an end! We have had a great 4 years and created some fantastic debate around Britishness and Art. …
To celebrate the opening of The Tanks at Tate Modern, Tate hosted UnderCurrent festival from 16th to 27th August over the summer. Focusing on sub-culture, underground art and the under-represented this festival saw Tate Collectives work with artists to fill The …
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- I'm a disabled amateur painter, so can't visit the Tate, but would love to know more about Mary Beale..Who taught her? Why did she paint on paper? Is there a book about her life and painting techniques? I'd be grateful for any other information you can offer. Thankyou!
Lesley Scott on Help us decide what we hang at Tate Britain!
- Dear Emma,
We enjoyed the Schwitters in Britain exhibition very very much and wondered whether any preservation work has been carried out on ‘Ja – Was? Bild’ (page 80 in the catalogue). This dates from 1920 and contains corrugated cardboard. The reason I ask is that I use corrugated cardboard as a medium for my sculptures and I am constantly asked 'How long will it last for?' This is the oldest artwork incorporating corrugated cardboard that I have come across, so I'd be most grateful if you could throw some light on this, if you ever get a minute to spare. Thanks for a wonderful exhibition.
josette carroll on Curator Emma Chambers on choosing works for Restless Times
- [...] shortlister Shakka at the Tate Britain on Nov 24 alongside Mercury Prize winner Speech Debelle. LABEL is curated by Tate Collective as part of the Great British Art Debate and will include live [...]
Going Out – Shakka and Speech Debelle @ Tate Britain | Poejazzi on LABEL