Unlike their European Modernist peers, American realist artists made their country its region the subject of their art. These short documentaries traces this trend that came about shortly after the First World War.
Art21 Best Bits presents short excerpts of all 24 episodes on one DVD to provide a magnificent overview of contemporary art.
Art Lives is a powerful and arresting series of documentaries on artists and art movements, released for the first time on DVD in the English language.
Art of Faith I is a visually sumptuous series filmed in HD exploring the architecture and art of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
AZTECS introduces the last great civilisation of central Mexico, which flourished from the mid-14th century to its destruction by the invading Spanish in 1521.
Bauhaus was a significant influence on the later modernist style as well as being an school and art movement in its own right. This DVD explores the themes and styles of the Bauhaus school.
Produced in association with Tate and Artsworld. In the early nineteenth century John Constable revolutionised landscape painting and the way in which we see the natural world.
The art movements of the early 20th Century wrestled with the question of how to portray time itself. Cubism and Futurism explores this theme by delving into five masterpieces of that era.
Now available as a digital download and for streaming.
New RA show exploring the affinities between Bill Viola and Michaelangelo, an immersive journey through the cycle of life.