November 20, 2002 - Tate - Tate Magazine Issue 2
November 20, 2002

Tate Magazine Issue 2

Tate Magazine Issue 2

TATE magazine
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The second issue of the new TATE magazine is on sale

from Thursday 7th November 2002

From the Editors Note:

For the best part of a century, we have been used to reading about the artistry of feature-film directors, from Abel Gance to Andrei Tarkovsky or even Hollywood film directors who sometimes strike the flint of genius, such as Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick or David Lynch. Where do artists fit into all of this? In this second issue of the new TATE magazine, Mark Nash explains why artists films owe much to the history of the moving image, yet cannot be viewed in the same way as narrative cinema or television. Possibly the most admired artist today making feature-length films is the American Matthew Barney, who has created this issues Artist Project, including new drawings describing the trajectory of his ten-year Cremaster film cycle. Robert Violette

Also in Issue 2:

Lynne Ramsay on photographs from her new film Morvern Callar

Guerrillas in the mist: New York architects Diller & Scofidio

Saints, bones and dwarves: James Carrington on cabinets of curiosities

Studio visit: eminent French artist Christian Boltanski

Darian Leader, author of Stealing the Mona Lisa, on the late Eva Hesse

Out-of-body experience: nude modelling with Catherine Millet

Helicopters, artists and meatballs in Hydra, by Bronwyn Cosgrave

Keller instinct: publisher Walter Keller on the state of photography book publishing

Everyones a winner: the Turner Prize and British art

Sheds and shadows: John Baxter on Glenn Murcutt and Australian architecture

Designed to interest the six million people who annually visit the four Tate galleries, TATE magazine is published bi-monthly and is distributed to 75,000 Tate members as well as via news stands in the UK and internationally.

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