Videos

Amy Sillman – “Color As Material”

Oranges and Sardines: Conversations about Abstract Painting

Jeffrey Gibson

Carrie Moyer

Color with Thomas Bosket

Alison Schulnik

Tauba Auerbach

http://www.moma.org/explore/multimedia/videos/214/1097

Jeremy Blake

Kate Gilmore

Painter Painter

Painting Expanded

Painting in the Present Tense

Molly Zuckerman-Hartung

Terry Winters

Andrew Masullo

Laura Owens

Hilma af Klint

Kerry James Marshall

Richard Diebenkorn

Henri Matisse

Cezanne

Vermeer

David Hockney’s Secret Knowledge

Jasper Johns

Alex Katz

Tim Gardner

Angela de la Cruz

Katharina Grosse

Laylah Ali

Ghada Amer

Michael Borremans

Amy Cutler

Neo Rauch

Elizabeth Peyton

Leon Goulb

Lucien Freud

History of Art Nouveau

Edward Hopper

Michelangelo de Caravarggio

Donald Sultan

Balthus

Eric Fischl

Maria Lassnig

Marilyn Minter

Art City: A Ruling Passion

Art City: Making it in Manhattan

Art City: Simplicity

Interview with Andy Warhol and Jean Michel Basquiat

Agnes Martin

Painters Painting

John Baldessari

Wilhelm Sasnal

Hung Liu

Enrique Chagoya

Amy Sillman

Eberhard Havekost

Anselm Kiefer

Tal R

Daniel Richter

Marlene Dumas

Kentridge & Dumas in conversation

Jenny Saville

Julie Mehretu

Mary Heilmann

Painter Painter at the Walker Art Center

Michael Borremans

Jean-Jacques Pigeon

Brice Marden

Gary Hume

Fiona Rae

Callum Innes

Nigel Cooke

Franz Ackermann

Bob Ross (remixed)

Francis Bacon interviewed by David Sylvester (23 March 1963)

Susan Rothehberg

Elizabeth Murray

The Trouble with Painting panel discussion at the ICA

Squeak Carnwath

Dave Muller

Mark Bradford

Mark Bradford | The Artist’s Museum from MOCA on Vimeo.

Glenn Brown:

The Forger’s Masterclass

Julian Schnabel

David Salle

Alex Katz

Philip Guston

http://www.sfmoma.org/explore/multimedia/videos/382

Barnett Newman

Neo Rauch

Gerhard Richter

Dana Schutz

Frank Stella

Luc Tuymans

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