Public art

The Gates

This beautiful documentary presents the story of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s stunning and highly controversial public art installation in Central Park, New York in 2005.

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David Batchelor

David Batchelor’s art is about colour. With lightboxes and everyday plastics, eccentric chandeliers and projections, he brings pure, direct colour into galleries and public spaces.

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£13.99

Change

How do artists respond to a world in flux? In what ways do artists act as agents of change, and what kinds of aesthetic choices do they make? Change explores these questions through the works of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, American photographer Catherine Opie, and Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui.

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£17.99

Stuart Brisley

Stuart Brisley is probably best known for his disturbing performance art that pushed his body to extremes but less is known about his previous four decades as an artist in which he embraced a diverse range of artistic expression.

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£13.99

Ian Davenport

Ian Davenport’s 48 metre-long painting, Poured Lines, transforms the tunnel beneath a railway bridge in Southwark, close to Tate Modern.

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£13.99

Gilbert & George

Gilbert Prousch met George Passmore at St Martin’s School of Art in 1967. Since then they have famously lived and worked together as Gilbert & George, creating an extraordinary body of provocative artworks.

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£13.99

Michael Landy

Michael Landy acknowledges that he will probably always be known as “that bloke who destroyed all his belongings.”

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£13.99

Vong Phaophanit

Vong Phaophanit showed his strikingly seductive Neon Rice Field when he was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1993.

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£13.99
Macbeth (Patrick Stewart)

Now available as a digital download and for streaming.

Bill Viola (Art Lives)

New RA show exploring the affinities between Bill Viola and Michaelangelo, an immersive journey through the cycle of life.