You can now watch a curator’s tour of the Tate’s Warhol exhibition on Tate’s YouTube channel:
The film is accompanied by a wealth of new exhibition-related content on www.tate.org.uk allowing visitors to delve even further into Warhol’s life and work. This includes articles exploring the artist’s relationship with his mother Julia Warhola, the story behind his lesser-known series of Ladies and Gentlemen paintings, and a personal take on the artist from his close friend Bob Colacello.
Further recently released Warhol-themed content includes ‘The Art of Persona’ podcast, discussing the role personas can play in life and art through conversations with artists, performers and DJs, while a ‘How To’ video teaches fans how to recreate Warhol’s printing methods used to make iconic works of art such as Marilyn Diptych 1962 and 100 Campbell’s Soup Cans 1962.
This is the latest in a series of creative, instructional ‘How To’ videos available to view for free on Tate’s YouTube channel, inspired by artists such as Anni Albers, Frank Bowling and Rachel Whiteread. Two new videos ‘How to Draw like Paula Rego’ and ‘How to Make a Pot like Grayson Perry’ will be released in the coming months as Tate continues to provide opportunities for people to experience art and stay inspired while galleries are closed.