Snail juice, meteor dust and potatoes...just some of the unusual materials explored by German artist Sigmar Polke
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.
Tate and Sadler's Wells unveil a new joint Shezad Dawood commission in this TateShots video
Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May explains his obsession with Victorian stereoscopic photographs in this week's TateShots video interview.
Richard Tuttle unveils his largest ever work in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern in this TateShots video interview
A tour of Merge Festival, an annual celebration of art and performance features in this TateShots video.
Barbara Hammer is a pivotal figure in American experimental film. An acclaimed pioneer of queer cinema, her prolific output includes the earliest avant-garde films that openly address lesbian life and sexuality.
Distinctive, imaginative and always surprising, Charline von Heyl’s work offers a fresh and exciting approach to the world of abstract art. Curator Gavin Delahunty and the artist herself take us around the exhibition currently at Tate Liverpool
Turner Prize nominee James Richards discusses his diverse ways of image-making using film and original compositions in this TateShot film
Turner Prize nominee Tris Vonna-Michell discusses the multilayered narratives of his work via the recorded audio it employs in this TateShot film
Turner Prize nominee Ciara Phillips discusses her fascination with the printing process in this intimate TateShot film
TateShots: Turner Prize 2014, Duncan Campbell
British photographer John Riddy is interviewed in his London studio for this TateShots video
British sculptor Brian Griffiths is interviewed in his London studio for this TateShots video
The American artist Bill Viola gives a behind-the-scenes look at the making of his video installation Martyrs (Earth, Air, Fire, Water) in this TateShots video interview
Musician John Grant performs a one-off gig at Tate's British Folk Art exhibition, captured in this TateShots video
The final frontier: Astronauts, robots and sneaking into the gallery after dark
Artist Hans Haacke talks to TateShots about his works in the Tate collection in this video interview.