2013

Re.Create with Tate Britain: Music

Tate Britain

Meet 500 years of British Art, interpreted by the world's leading creatives + you

A new Tate Britain was unveiled on 19 November 2013.

To celebrate we're asking leading figures from the worlds of cooking, fashion, poetry, film, photography, music and comedy to share the creative processes behind their own work, inspired by 500 years of British Art.

RE.CREATE with Tate Britain is a new partnership with Google.

We invite you to draw inspiration from 500 years of British Art, then compose something new to share with friends on Google+, Facebook and Twitter with #tatebritain

The band Everything Everything take inspiration from Francis Bacon to create a new track

Performance
Interview with the band

Acid house and brass band music meet art at this Tate Britain performance event curated by artist Jeremy Deller and Warp Records

The History of the World, Jeremy Deller, 1998, From the collection of: Tate Britain
© Jeremy Deller

Anna Calvi performed live in the galleries at Tate Britain in front of two of her favourite artworks

Interview with Anna Calvi
A Wreck, with Fishing Boats, Joseph Mallord William Turner, c.1840-5, From the collection of: Tate Britain
Performance with Turner
Performance with Peter Doig

Singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas performs an intimate gig in the galleries and considers love and womanhood in two iconic works from Tate's collection.

Pauline Bunny, Sarah Lucas, 1997-01-01, From the collection of: Tate Britain

In this Hangout on Air, arts journalist Miranda Sawyer is joined by artist Haroon Mirza, music producers and online contributors for a lively discussion about music and art.

London skateboard company Palace has created a unique set of decks that take their cue from British art.

In this film, with soundtrack by Rustie and Oneohtrix Point Never, we follow the design process.

The Great Day of His Wrath, John Martin, Around 1851, From the collection of: Tate Britain
Hylas Surprised by the Naiades, John Gibson, 1827-?36, exhibited 1837, From the collection of: Tate Britain

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Visit Tate Britain for more ideas and inspiration

http://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-britain/meet-tate-britain

Credits: Story

Creative Director — Jane Burton
Exhibit Producer — Alexey Moskvin
Film Producers — Susan Doyon, Sofie Roberts
Film Production Team — Tate Media

Credits: All media
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