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Article How to spin the colour wheel, by Turner, Malevich and more

We take a quick skip through colour theory, and how some of modern art’s giants have put it into practice

Article The Mondrian Guide to Life

Piet Mondrian is one of the best known of all modern artists - and also the most misunderstood. But we could all learn a thing or two from the real Mondrian, says Dr. Michael White, the co-curator of Tate Liverpool’s new exhibition

Article What is folk art?

Jeff McMillan, artist and co-curator of Tate Britain’s British Folk Art, presents some of the exhibition’s more unusual items in an exploration of this unsung art form

Article Introducing Nasreen Mohamedi

The co-curator of the largest exhibition of Nasreen Mohamedi’s work to date in the UK, Suman Gopinath, introduces the Indian artist’s varied practice

Article In the studio with Lee Ufan

The artist Lee Ufan grew up in Korea before moving to Japan, while spending time in Europe. Here he reveals how his work has been informed by both his transcontinental existence and Asian roots

Article Carlos Cruz-Diez's dazzle ship is unveiled at Liverpool dock

Assistant Curator Stephanie Straine finds links between abstract art and the unusual camouflage technique of dazzle painting

Article Why Kenneth Clark is more relevant than ever

The influential collector and broadcaster’s reputation as a ground-breaking art writer is brought to the fore by historian James Hall

Feature Thomas Stothard, 'A Nymph Sleeping' date not known A short history of nymphomania

Inspired by a new display at Tate Britain, we went in search of the nymph in nymphomania - and found Rihanna! 

Article Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, 'Bash' 1971 E.M.M.A on Eduardo Paolozzi

London-based producer E.M.M.A shares a mix of tracks influenced by Eduardo Paolozzi’s Bash in our first MixTate - a series of music mixes inspired by the Tate collection 

Article Abstraction sans frontières

Éric de Chassey discusses the broad exchange of ideas and international context which shaped the work of artists in St Ives from the 1940s to 1960s

Article Matisse’s brilliant final chapter

Tate Modern’s forthcoming Matisse show will bring together over 120 of his paper cut-outs. Co-curator Nicholas Cullinan explores how the artist worked in the last decades of his life, at the height of his inventive powers

Article Nicholas Fox Weber on finding the real Mondrian

We caught up with Mondrian biographer Nicholas Fox Weber to discuss what it is about the Dutch modernist painter that captures him

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