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'Four Times of The Day' by William Hogarth
'Four Times of The Day' by William Hogarth

Duration: 02:48

Narrator Sian Phillips describes William Hogarth and his 1736 series of paintings called ‘Four Times of The Day’ which portray London as a divided city.

 
Alastair Sooke's introduction to the 'Modern Masters' - Matisse, Picasso, Dali and Warhol
Alastair Sooke's introduction to the 'Modern Masters' - Matisse, Picasso, Dali and Warhol

Duration: 03:32

Alastair Sooke describes his experiences during the making of the 'Modern Masters' series, in which he explores the work and continuing influence of Matisse, Picasso, Dali and Warhol.

 
Andy Warhol - Keith Haring and popular culture
Andy Warhol - Keith Haring and popular culture

Duration: 01:04

Keith Haring's 1986 'Pop Shop' is reproduced and examined by journalist and art critic Alistair Sooke.

 
Art practice: contextual referencing
Art practice: contextual referencing

Duration: 05:11

Artists explain how historical and contextual referencing plays an important role in developing their ideas.

 
Art practice: critical evaluation
Art practice: critical evaluation

Duration: 06:13

The role of critical evaluation in making art. How do artists respond to, and use, criticism in their work?

 
Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy on Suffolk's African History month
Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy on Suffolk's African History month

Duration: 02:32

The acclaimed Suffolk-base artist Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy, the first Black British artist to paint the Queen’s formal portrait, discusses what Black History Month means to her.

 
David Shrigley in his studio
David Shrigley in his studio

Duration: 05:33

Glasgow-based artist David Shrigley gives a tour of his studio.

 
Exhibition of video art
Exhibition of video art

Duration: 05:35

Film critic Mark Kermode discusses his scepticism about video art with curator Richard Wilson.

 
Experiencing performance art
Experiencing performance art

Duration: 07:01

Alastaire Stooke experiences performance art created by Marina Abramovic.

 
Exploring critical and contextual references
Exploring critical and contextual references

Duration: 05:11

Students demonstrate how they incorporate critical and contextual references into their work, explaining their responses to other artists' pieces in their own words.

 
Henri Matisse - his influence on painter Howard Hodgkin
Henri Matisse - his influence on painter Howard Hodgkin

Duration: 02:32

Howard Hodgkin reveals his passion for the work of Henri Matisse.

 
Henri Matisse - portrait of his son with piano
Henri Matisse - portrait of his son with piano

Duration: 02:02

Journalist and art critic Alistair Sooke looks at the darker implications of Matisse's portrait of his son.

 
Influences on the art of Pablo Picasso
Influences on the art of Pablo Picasso

Duration: 07:49

Andrew Graham-Dixon visits Paris to find out about Picasso's fascination with the great art masters.

 
Pablo Picasso - Blue period
Pablo Picasso - Blue period

Duration: 02:23

An explanation of the popularity of Picasso's Blue period.

 
Politically challenging art
Politically challenging art

Duration: 05:52

Mark Thomas visits the Edinburgh Festival in 2008 and looks at the work of Richard Hamilton.

 
Review of modern art over recent years
Review of modern art over recent years

Duration: 05:29

Reporter Razia Iqbal presents a report in 2008 on the recent work of significant modern artists.

 
Rude Britannia: British comic art
Rude Britannia: British comic art

Duration: 01:37

A brief introduction to the past, present and future of British comic art - 'Rude Britannia'.

 
Secondary research using a variety of sources
Secondary research using a variety of sources

Duration: 03:18

Students explain in their own words how they have used a variety of secondary research methods to research and interpret other artists' ideas in order to develop their own work.

 
The Etruscans and their culture
The Etruscans and their culture

Duration: 06:29

An explanation of Etruscan culture.

 
Tracey Emin - art is child’s play
Tracey Emin - art is child’s play

Duration: 01:52

Tracey Emin describes how her childhood experiences of play have shaped her adult like as an artist.

 
Using other artists' techniques as inspiration
Using other artists' techniques as inspiration

Duration: 04:16

Two students and textile artist Ann-Caroline Grey describe how textiles, paint and mixed media can be used to develop ideas on a theme.

 
Using the work of other artists to develop ideas
Using the work of other artists to develop ideas

Duration: 03:40

Three students describe how they have used the work of a range of artists to inspire and develop their own ideas and use of materials and techniques.

 
Yinka Shonibare's artistic inspiration
Yinka Shonibare's artistic inspiration

Duration: 03:53

Karen Milbourne, curator at The Smithsonian, discusses the art work of Yinka Shonibare - his background, inspiration and diverse reference points.

 

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