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TateShots: Karla Black - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFKu5xuTR-M

Karla Black's unorthodox and innovative approach to sculpture led to a nomination for the Turner Prize Using established art materials alongside more u.

Karla Black and Structure & Material

Karla Black discusses her practice and works in 'Structure & Material' an exhibition curated by Katrina Brown and Caroline Douglas at Longside Gallery, Yorks.

'Laure Prouvost is the winner of this year's Turner Prize 2013. Prouvost, shortlisted for a film installation inspired by the artist Kurt Schwitters..' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WD6sx3OYZjQ

Laure Prouvost is the winner of this year's Turner Prize. Prouvost, shortlisted for a film installation inspired by the artist Kurt Schwitters, was awarded t.

TateShots:  Martin Boyce https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOq3z-d00HE

Martin Boyce - Went to the talk he gave the other night, it was really a good talk and I love the work he did with the letters.

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Meet the Turner Prize Nominees: A Q&A With Scottish Artist Karla Black

The painter Sabine Tress during work- Die Malerin Sabine Tress bei der Arbeit

This short film is an extract of the videomaterial of my documentary about the artists`house "KunstWerk" in Cologne, Germany. This enhanced version about…

L’art floral de Camille Henrot,

Camille Henrot<br> Photo: ©Renaud Monfourny via </i>Revista Código</i>

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Episode Artist Ellen Gallagher recounts her childhood obsession with projecting films, paired with documentation of her work "Murmur" install.

AARON CURRY

This week, we continue our visit to The Nasher Sculpture Center and speak with the artist, Aaron Curry.

The Nasher-Tony Cragg: Seeing Things-Jed Morse Interview-September 22, 2011-Episode 122 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlfJ9ZtZxMU

This week we visit the Nasher Sculpture Center and speak with Jed Morse about the exhibition, Tony Cragg: Seeing Things.

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