London screenings

The Gagosian gallery in Grosvenor Hill in London will be showing all the films about Lucian Freud and Frank Auerbach on 23rd January. This is part of its programme to accompany the Friends and Relations: Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Michael Andrews exhibition.   2pm: Freud: Omnibus (39 min.) – The only full-length, filmed interview with the…

New York Q&A…

… in November I did an interview/Q&A at Luhring Augustine in New York City. If you would like to see it you can follow this link

New York Q&A

… it is presented on the Vimeo platform, you might need to Register/Log in.

Also please be aware that this is over 40 minutes in length.

Paula Rego London screening on Wednesday 20th February…

… details can be found here. Born in Portugal, Paula Rego is that great rarity; a British artist with an international reputation. Her lasting reputation is beyond doubt. Nicholas Serota (Tate Director until 2017) describes her as a major figure who has “taken her own childhood experiences, memories, fantasies and fears, and given them universal…

20 Sites n Years screening…

Thursday 31st January in London “Freelands Foundation are thrilled to be screening Jake Auerbach’s film about artist Tom Phillips. Each spring, Phillips walks in the same nine mile circle, taking photographs in 20 specific places. These photographs are taken from the same spot in the same direction with the same framing. This project began in…

20 Sites n Years screening…

… Folkestone Book Festival will be screening this film at 3.00 on Friday 23rd November 2018. Each spring artist Tom Phillips walks a nine mile circle taking photographs in 20 specific places. These photographs are, as far as is possible, taken from the same spot in the same direction with the same framing. The project…

All Too Human at Tate Britain…

… in London features clips from many of our films in a half hour taster reel which supports the show (details here). Sickert’s London, Lucian Freud: Portraits, Kitaj… in the picture, Frank Auerbach: to the studios, FRANK, Paula Rego: telling tales & The Last Art Film are all represented and can be bought from the…

Festival Screening on the South Coast…

… The Folkestone Book Festival will be screening of The Last Art Film on the 24th November. This is a film about art; not the history of art or the academic study of art or the fluctuations in the art market or the latest exhibition but it is about what starts artists off and what…