Tate's 'Folk Art' (ctd.)

June 16 2014

Video: Tate

Here's a good video from Tate on their new Folk Art show, with curator Martin Myrone. In the Sunday Times, Waldemar liked the show very much.

Update - a reader writes:

I haven't been to the Tate 'Folk Art' show, but I did see some nice examples of 17th century British folk art, some quite good pictures, and textile representations of animals made in the Caucasus in the C19th in Cheffins in Cambridge today, for free.  The Cheffins exhibition continues until Wednesday, when, unlike the items in the Tate, they can be bought. How great is that?

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