Art Beyond Sight | TateShots

How might someone with limited sight experience a painting? Tate Guide Lisa Squirrel draws on her own experience to share exhibitions with other visually-impaired visitors. Lisa Squirrel has congenital glaucoma, and lost most of the sight in her left eye by the time she was 13. Now, with limited sight in her right eye also, […]

Thomas Hirschhorn – Flamme Éternelle | TateShots

Flamme Éternelle at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. For 52 days artist Thomas Hirschhorn will live in the exhibition he has created, inviting 200 French writers, poets and philosophers to share their work with the public. Find out more about Thomas Hirschhorn: This film is one of Tate’s ‘Global Studios’ series, in which we […]

Annette Messager – ‘I Work by Intuition’ | TateShots

“I work by intuition” says Annette Messager. “So each time I create, it is as if it is my first artwork”. Messager uses everyday objects, often found on the streets around her Paris studio, to create artworks that deal with memories with a refined cruelty. Pikes feature little bodies made out of a combination of […]