born 1954

Linder, ‘Untitled’ 1976
Untitled 1976
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Linder (born 1954 in Liverpool) is a British artist and musician.

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Artist as subject

Linder She/She

1981, printed 2007

Film and audio


Linder: The Ultimate Form

A performance choreographed by Kenneth Tindall of Northern Ballet and the artist herself


Linder: Your actions are my Dreams

We look back at when the artist presented a new work at Tate St Ives


Linder on art and punk rock

The artist designed the record sleeve for Orgasm Addict by the Buzzcocks


Tate Triennial 2006: Linder – The Working Class Goes to Paradise

For four hours, and against the backdrop of three rock bands playing at the same time, a group of women ...


Art Term

Feminist art

Feminist art is art by artists made consciously in the light of developments in feminist art theory in the early ...

Art Term

Identity politics

Identity politics is the term used to describe an anti-authoritarian political and cultural movement that gained prominence in the USA ...


Tate St Ives Artists Programme

The Artists Programme supports the development of diverse artistic practices, providing a productive environment that values experimentation and risk, discussion ...


Tate Debate: How important is physical action in your creative expression?

Linder is an artist perhaps best known for her collages of the punk era in the mid 1970s.

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