27 May 2020
UNIQLO Tate Lates: Night In
Join Frances Morris, Director, Tate Modern, in conversation with Wolfgang Tillmans this Friday 29 May at 7.45 pm BST as part of UNIQLO Tate Lates: Night In. He will talk about how artists are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and his current 2020Solidarity project. Look this up online and support, read and view more at www.betweenbridges.net
Also as part of the live event will be music programmed by NTS Radio showcasing Floating Points alongside visuals created by Wolfgang Tillmans from 8 pm.
image: Wolfgang Tillmans, I don’t want to get over you, 2000
24 May 2020
Podcast: The Suite (212) Sessions, no.12 – Deimantas Narkevičius
Juliet Jaques talks to artist and filmmaker Deimantas Narkevičius about how the Covid-19 crisis has played out in his native Lithuania, its effect on his teaching work and artistic practice, his forthcoming feature film on stereoscopic photography, and his previous works dealing with Soviet monuments and cultural memory.
In the wake of the coronavirus epidemic and shutting down of much of the UK's cultural life, The Suite (212) brings together a series of interviews (conducted via Skype) with contemporary artists, writers, filmmakers and other cultural figures, covering their practices, the political issues that inspire them and the socio-economic conditions that have shaped their work.
11 May 2020
The Wolfgang Tillmans exhibition Today Is The First Day at WIELS, Brussels will reopen on 19 May and has been extended until 16 August 2020
WIELS FROM HOME
Discover the exhibition Today Is The First Day through a series of podcasts as part of the WIELS from Home programme. A unique opportunity to immerse yourself from a distance in this special exhibition.
In the first episode of WIELS Sound, the way we are connected to our environment is questioned through an audio tour read by Elies van Renterghem.
You can now view the film Beer by Erik van Lieshout, who presented his solo exhibition The Show Must Ego On at WIELS in 2016.
08 May 2020
#CASatHome, with Sarah Brown, Principal Keeper at Leeds Art Gallery
This week for #CASatHome, Sarah Brown, Principal Keeper at Leeds Art Gallery, speaks about a particularly significant work in their collection. Sarah Brown has chosen an installation by Anne Hardy entitled Falling and Walking (phhhhhhhhhhh phossshhhhh crrhhhhzzz mn huaooogh), 2017. Falling and Walking was co-commissioned by the Contemporary Art Society, Outset, Art Night in 2017 and gifted to Leeds Art Gallery in 2018. The acquisition and exhibition of the work for Leeds was supported by The Henry Moore Foundation.
06 May 2020
Please join us for our Frieze Viewing Room which launches with an online edition for Frieze New York
6 – 15 May 2020
VIP Preview Wednesday 6 May: 10am EDT / 3pm BST
VIP Preview Thursday 7 May: 11am EDT / 4pm BST
Public Opening Friday 8 May: 11am EDT / 4pm BST
Friday 15 May closing: 7pm EDT / 12am BST
Raf Simons shares some of his favourite artists and artworks from Frieze Viewing Room, frieze.com, 6 May 2020
image: Wolfgang Tillmans, paper drop (light) a, 2019, inkjet print mounted on Dibond in artist's frame, 145 x 200 cm