Selected work, new to old
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Nathaniel Mary Quinn blends memory and fragments of images to build mixed media portraits of the people around him. Featuring a musical performance by Raphael Saadiq, a conversation between Nathaniel and Amanda Hunt, and commentary from Ekow Eshun.
Musical performances by esperanza spalding and Gustavo Dudamel and YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles), and a conversation between Frank Gehry and Julian Rose conducted in Gehry’s Los Angeles studio.Gerhard Richter - Cage paintings
Patti Smith performs in the gallery space in New York, Hans Ulrich Obrist contextualises Richter's work, and Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener dance to music by John Cage.
Max Richter performs Origins in the gallery space, Rachel gives a tour of the exhibition and also has a discussion with Iwona Blazwick, director of Whitechapel Gallery.
Ed Ruscha - Paintings
Flea visits Ed Ruscha's LA studio and discusses art with Eddie Ruscha, while Missy Mazzoli and Vernon Reid perform songs in the exhibition space in New York.
Jenny Saville - Elpis
Jenny Saville in conversation with Simon Schama as Nathaniel Mary Quinn tours Jenny's Elpis exhibition at Gagosian Maddison Avenue. Meanwhile Aaron Diehl Trio perform Philip Glass and an original composition made in response to the exhibition.
Gregory Crewdson - An Eclipse of Moths
Gregory Crewdson chats with Malcolm Gladwell and Jeffy Tweedy about his exhibition An Eclipse of Moths at Gagosian Beverly Hills. Elvis Mitchell provides a gallery tour and Jeff introduces an original composition made in response to the show.
Mary Weatherford - Train Yards
The Museum of the Home is a celebration of the small ephemera of everyday life, exploring how people have experienced domestic life inside the home from the 1600s to the present day.
The house was created over a century ago to entertain Baron Ferdinand's circle of friends. Today it is home to exceptional architecture, art collections and gardens. Some of the house's magnificent bedroom suites have been converted into exhibition spaces, which host an annual rotation of displays highlighting various aspects of the Waddesdon collection.
Its founder Margaret Gardiner (1904-2005) was a close friend of many of the artists represented. Her decision to give a large part of her collection to Orkney led to the opening of the Centre in 1979. The Gallery also presents a programme of local, national and international exhibitions.
At the heart of the Sainsbury Centre is the art accumulated by the Sainsburys over a period of 60 years. Modern European paintings and sculpture (including examples by Henry Moore, John Davies, Alberto Giacometti and Francis Bacon) sit alongside pieces from around the globe, sculpture from the ancient world and studio ceramics.
With musical instruments, weapons, masks, textiles, jewellery and tools from all places and times on show, there are surprises around every corner. Among the many highlights are gold torcs from the richest Bronze Age hoard in Scotland, and reindeer underwear worn by Evenki women in north-eastern Siberia.
KAren elson - diary of a model
Supermodel Karen Elson preps for the Erdem Show.
Geri halliwell - Behind the moment
A documentary about when the Spice Girls performed at the 1997 Brit Awards and Geri Halliwell stepped onto the stage wearing her Union Jack dress.
I led a team live-clipping highlight packages for every match on ITV in a partnership between the broadcaster and Google. These edits were served to anyone searching for any terms relating to the Euro 2106 competition on Google, allowing views to catch up with the game and also link through to the live broadcast on ITV player.
Ed Sheeran, Stormzy, Geraint Thomas, Gordon Ramsay, Ellen White, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Trent Alexander-Arnold reveal the Sports Personality of the Year contenders. 2 films featuring all contributors and around 60 additional social video deliverables.