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Mark Hallett, the exhibition curator and Director of Studies at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, converses with the artist George Shaw.

Please note, this video contains explicit content. Viewer discretion is advised.

Recorded on location:
Yale Center for British Art
Lecture Hall
1080 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06510

Image credit: George Shaw, Mum’s (detail), 2018, Humbrol enamel on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Friends of British Art Fund, courtesy of the artist and the Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, © George Shaw 2018

The Tribe, by the British filmmaker Jared Schiller, is one of a series of four short films exploring the life and creative output of George Shaw (born 1966). Shaw is one of Britain’s leading contemporary painters and was a Turner Prize nominee in 2011. This film series was commissioned for the exhibition George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field, which has been organized by the Yale Center for British Art in collaboration with the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London, and the Holburne Museum, Bath.

This project has been generously supported by Debbi and Richard Burston, Yale BA 1982.

Midland: A Collage, by the British filmmaker Jonathan Law, is one of a series of four short films exploring the life and creative output of George Shaw (born 1966). Shaw is one of Britain’s leading contemporary painters and was a Turner Prize nominee in 2011. This film series was commissioned for the exhibition George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field, which has been organized by the Yale Center for British Art in collaboration with the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London, and the Holburne Museum, Bath.

This project has been generously supported by Debbi and Richard Burston, Yale BA 1982.

A Humbrol Art, by the British filmmaker Lily Ford, is one of a series of four short films exploring the life and creative output of George Shaw (born 1966). Shaw is one of Britain’s leading contemporary painters and was a Turner Prize nominee in 2011. This film series was commissioned for the exhibition George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field, which has been organized by the Yale Center for British Art in collaboration with the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London, and the Holburne Museum, Bath.

This project has been generously supported by Debbi and Richard Burston, Yale BA 1982.

George Shaw: An Introduction, by the British filmmaker Jonathan Law, is one of a series of four short films exploring the life and creative output of George Shaw (born 1966). Shaw is one of Britain’s leading contemporary painters and was a Turner Prize nominee in 2011. This film series was commissioned for the exhibition George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field, which has been organized by the Yale Center for British Art in collaboration with the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London, and the Holburne Museum, Bath.

This project has been generously supported by Debbi and Richard Burston, Yale BA 1982.