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Article What’s the big deal about Turner? Take the quiz and find out

As a major Turner exhibition opens at Tate Britain, see if you can match this radical artist to his contemporaries in a picture quiz

Article Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'The Burning of the Houses of Parliament' 1834 JMW Turner: Madman or Master?

The co-curator of The EY Exhibition: Late Turner – Painting Set Free, David Blayney Brown, writes on how the extraodinary late period of the artist’s life was a time of critical warfare

Article Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'The Angel Standing in the Sun' exhibited 1846 Nicholas Serota on JMW Turner

As a major exhibition of JMW Turner’s late work opens at Tate Britain, Tate Director Nicholas Serota considers his special relationship with the great painter

Article Five ways to look at Malevich's Black Square

To help you get to grips with the monochrome masterpiece, assistant curator of our major Malevich retrospective, Fiontan Moran, sheds some light on the famous artwork

Article Joseph Mallord William Turner, 'Light and Colour (Goethe's Theory)  - the Morning after the Deluge - Moses Writing the Book of Genesis' exhibited 1843 A brief history of abstract art with Turner, Mondrian and more

To kick-off a brand new series on abstraction, we take a quick tour through the history of abstract art, with some unexpected pioneers along the way

Article Frank Auerbach - through the eyes of Lucian Freud

With a display of Frank Auerbach works collected by his great friend Lucian Freud at Tate Britain, we kick off a series looking at friendships, feuds and affairs between artists 

Article Why Turner turned square

Tate Britain’s new JMW Turner exhibition includes his controversial square paintings (some of which are round). Curator David Blayney Brown explains why he started using these shapes

Article William Blake, 'Oberon, Titania and Puck with Fairies Dancing' circa 1786 Look here upon this picture: Shakespeare in art

Ophelia and the Pre-Raphaelites are back at Tate Britain! To celebrate, Andrew Dickson looks at Millais and four other artists who immortalised the Bard’s characters on canvas

Article Bridget Riley, 'Nataraja' 1993 Which colour are you? Take the quiz

As our colour season draws to a close, find out if you’re a fiery red or a mellow yellow… 

Article Alfred Wallis, 'Houses at St Ives, Cornwall' ?circa 1928-42 A guide to International Exchanges at Tate St Ives

The curators of International Exchanges - an exhibition exploring the wider national and international contexts of post-war St Ives - discuss seven questions on the seven rooms on display

Article David Batchelor on Malevich

The London-based artist David Batchelor discusses his various encounters with Malevich

Article Think you know the Pre-Raphaelites?

As Tate Britain’s most famous Pre-Raphaelite paintings go back on display, we take a look at some little-known facts and bust some myths about the Victorian group

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

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