Radical Landscapes
Art Explora launches a mobile museum in the UK in collaboration with Tate Liverpool and MuMo! The artworks, part of the exhibition Radical Landscapes, is about the relationship between artists, land, history, and identity. A great opportunity to explore the link between art and nature. Enjoy!

What made John Constable’s ‘The Hay Wain’ so radical for its time? Vivmar Curatorial Fellow Emily Burns explains Constable’s groundbreaking use of colour and skilled composition, and how he set about painting this masterpiece in only 5 months.

Content produced by : The National Gallery

On the agenda
video - 7:50
Constable’s iconic Hay Wain in 10 minutes or less
By: The National Gallery
video - 31:02
John Constable: The radical landscape of The Hay Wain
By: The National Gallery
video - 10:43
A curated look at: A day in the countryside
By: The National Gallery
video - 4:25
Andy Goldsworthy – ‘We Share a Connection with Stone’
By: Tate
video - 9:25
Radical Landscapes: British Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Communities in Art
By: Tate
video - 16:30
How Climate Changes Art
By: The Art Assignment
video - 7:28
The Case for Land Art
By: The Art Assignment
video - 1:00
Spiral Jetty by Robert Smithson
By: Art Explora