Displaying Modern Art: The Tate Approach

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Displaying Modern Art: The Tate Approach. How did modernist ideas reshape the presentation of art in museums and galleries? And how did that approach evolve in the postmodern era? This program examines intellectual and aesthetic issues associated with the display of art, using rooms in the Tate Modern as case studies. Overviewing the exhibition style Alfred Barr established during his transformation of MOMA in the 1930s, the video shows how Tate curators developed a new method utilizing theme-based museum sections. Students are guided through numerous Tate holdings—notably the juxtaposition of Monet’s Water Lilies with Richard Long’s work—as well as pieces by Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, Denis Oppenheim, and others. Original Open University broadcast title: Displaying Modern Art. (32 minutes)
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