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    David Alan Mellor

    The Archive of Modern Conflict (AMC) contains one of the best collections of photographs of war and conflict from across the centuries, some of...

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    Got 20 minutes to spare? From England's first professional female painter to one of the most notable sculptors of the twentieth century, see...

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    Tate has teamed up with leading Minecraft mapmakers to create virtual 3D worlds inspired by some of our best-loved artworks.

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    The American novelist and cultural critic Lynne Tillman got to know the crowd of Warhol's Factory when she interviewed the likes of John...

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    Achim Borchardt-Hume

    The UK's largest ever survey of American sculptor and poet Richard Tuttle is on display in London at Tate Modern and the Whitechapel Gallery. ...

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    To mark Armistice Day 2014, we invite you to view a selection of photographs, of scenes touched by conflict and taken in the seconds, days,...

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    Tim Batchelor

    The current BP Spotlight display was planned to mark the 250th anniversary of Hogarth’s death. Whilst key works by Hogarth constantly feature...

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    Tim Batchelor

    In addition to the display of works by Hogarth in the main collection, the artist has been the subject of a number of special exhibitions at Tate....

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    Tim Batchelor

    Before the development of more sophisticated Hogarth scholarship paintings were often erroneously attributed to Hogarth. This may have been...

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    Tim Batchelor

    The representation of Hogarth in Tate's collection is primarily through his painting. This reflects the recommendation of the Curzon Report of...

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    Tim Batchelor

    The initial transfers made in 1919 remained the sole representation of Hogarth at the Tate until after the Second World War when further transfers...

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    Tim Batchelor

    The Tate Gallery at Millbank was officially opened by the Prince of Wales on 21 July 1897, with the public opening occurring over three weeks later...

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    Tim Batchelor

    William Hogarth (1697–1764) died at his house in Leicester Fields during the night of 25 October 1764. He had been ill for over a month and...

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    Gretchen Bender (1951– 2004) was an American artist, editor, director and designer who used her skills to insert her vision into the very media...

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    100 years since the beginning of the First World War, this slideshow remembers those who served, suffered, and in some cases, gave their lives in...

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    Mike Pinnington

    Tate Liverpool's Transmitting Andy Warhol exhibition looks anew at pop art’s central figure. The show explores the artist’s position as a key...

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    Susan Holtham

    Need some Movember inspiration? Look no further than our quick 'tache tour of the many top-lip ticklers sprouted in 500 years of British art...

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    Kirstie Beaven

    As the weather finally catches up with the season and turns cold for good, we've put together a firework display you can watch from the comfort of...

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    Curator Darren Pih takes a close look at one of the key artworks in Tate Liverpool's exhibition Transmitting Andy Warhol

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    Richard Shiff

    The UK’s largest ever survey of the American sculptor and poet Richard Tuttle will take place in London this October. It will comprise a major...

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