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Tate Britain, LATE AT TATE Interviews with POLLOCK / WARHOL / BEUYS, 6 – 10 pm

Tate Britain, LATE AT TATE Interviews with POLLOCK / WARHOL / BEUYS, 6 – 10 pm,
Katie Guggenheim

Working with six actors and using published interviews as scripts, artist Katie Guggenheim will re-stage conversations with some of the twentieth century’s most revered artists. The interviews will take place in the galleries, each one using a work of art from the collection as a backdrop to the performance.

18.30, An Interview with Jackson Pollock
Taking place in Room 19 in front of Recumbent Figure, by Henry Moore, 1938, with Sarah Louise Blythe as Jackson Pollock and Antonella Axisa as William Wright.

19.30, An Interview with Andy Warhol
Taking place in Room 17 in front of Study for a Self Portrait of Van Gogh IV, by Francis Bacon, 1957, with Aidan McCarthy as Andy Warhol and Clementine Wade as Glen O’Brien.

20.30, An Interview with Joseph Beuys
Taking place in Room 8 in front of Portrait of Joseph Brummer, by Henri Rousseau, 1909, with Matthew Field as Joseph Beuys and Robert Rowe as Willoughby Sharp.

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