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    Wayne Sleep, George Lawson

    Wayne Sleep and George Lawson recall the experience of sitting for David Hockney between 1972-5

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    Sacha Waldron

    Sacha Waldron charts a course through Tate Liverpool's series of long-term displays of the collection

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    Who is she? Hilla Becher was a German artist born in 1931 in Siegen, Germany. She was one half of a photography duo with her husband Bernd Becher....

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    Toby Heys

    AUDINT member Toby Heys explores the background of Ellsworth Kelly’s minimal paintings – and the source of their coded messages

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    Listen to genre-spanning and globe trotting DJ duo Javybz's special playlist for The EY Exhibition: The World Goes Pop

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    So, Anthony, why Type?I've been fascinated by typography for as long as I can remember. As a youngster at school I would copy the logos of my...

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    Who is she? Suzanne Lacy is an American social practice artist, who coined the term new genre public art. Her work spans from visual art, film and...

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    Who is he? Ibrahim El-Salahi is a Sudanese artist who was born in 1930 in Omdurman, Sudan. He currently lives and works in Oxford, England. He...

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    Who is he? Cildo Meireles is a conceptual artist born in 1948 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He live and works in Brazil. His work often explores...

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    Support the new Tate Modern by donating today to help fund new learning programmes, resources for workshops and events and keep our galleries...

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    Susan Holtham

    Feel like you want to make a real change in 2015 but don't know where to start? See in the new year right and discover ways to a new you with...

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    Broken up for the holidays? Last day in the office on the horizon? Keep yourself and your clan occupied over the christmas break with our...

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    Celebrated artist Ed Ruscha has committed to donate to Tate all the prints he creates in the future.

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    Noboru Takayama, Lynda Nead, Alexandra Harris, Iain Sinclair

    Noboru Takayama on Giuseppe Penone’s Tree of 12 Metres 1980–2 An underlying animistic belief within Japanese culture has held that all things, both...

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    Hannah Kemp-Welch

    Susan Philipsz has created a sound work for Tate Britain using war-damaged musical instruments. Sombre and peaceful, the work provides a...

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      The mobiles started when I went to see Mondrian. I was impressed by several coloured rectangles he had on the wall. Shortly after that I...

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    Simon Grant, Alexander S.C. Rower

    The American artist Alexander Calder (1898–1976) probably best known for his abstract coloured ‘mobiles’ as well as his large outdoor sculptures,...

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    Jodie Kharas

    In the latest of our 'Quick 5' series, DJ, author and television presenter Lauren Laverne is in the hot seat. 

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    In the second of our series on artists' techniques and processes, Susan Breen explains how the paintings conservation team breathed new life in to...

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    Agnieszka Grata

    Over a two-day period early this year the dancer and choreographer Boris Charmatz, along with around 90 dancers and choreographers, took over the...

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