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'I think of filmmaking like architecture,' Robert Beavers writes in the program notes for his month-long retrospective at Tate Modern, where the complete cycle of his films were shown in a rare series of screenings
Film-maker Duncan Campbell speaks to Tate curator Stuart Comer about his new film, Make it new John, a combination of documentary and fiction chronicling the automaker John DeLorean.
Gregg Bordowitz in conversation with Glenn Ligon – Glenn Ligon: Untitled (I Am a Man) (1988), Tate Modern
We are pleased to announce that on Tuesday 29 May at Tate Modern, London, Gregg Bordowitz will be launching his latest One Work book that focuses on Glenn Ligon’s iconic Untitled (I Am a Man) (1988).
Tate Modern, London
Tate Modern, in conjunction with Afterall, is screening a new print of Hollis Frampton's film (nostalgia), a formal masterpiece, long overlooked and under-studied. Following the screening, Rachel Moore will present a brief talk about the film. Moore is the author of Hollis Frampton: (nostalgia), published by Afterall Books in April 2006.
Screening courtesy of Frampton Estate / LUX.