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    'He is certainly the best ever painter to use orange...'

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    The first Bacon picture I saw was Study of a Dog 1952 at what is now Tate Britain as a seventeen-year-old teenager. I tried to paint a...

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    I used to live in a squat in Queen’s Gate, Kensington, and on my way to art school I would often see Francis Bacon pottering about, as his studio...

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      Four years after premiering his performance art piece Constantinople Kaleidoscope live at Tate, Argentinean born artist Pablo Bronstein is...

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    On the eve of the 400th anniversary of Shakepeare's death, and the opening of a major Francis Bacon exhibition at Tate Liverpool, we revisit Milan...

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    Who is he? Bhupen Khakhar is an Indian artist who is best known for his paintings, but also experimented with installations, glass-painting,...

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    Tate Modern Following his Turner Prize win in 2000 and a Tate Britain show in 2003, Wolfgang Tillmans will present a survey of his work spanning...

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    Who is he? Pablo Bronstein is an Argentinian artist who lives and works in London. His work spans from drawing to choreography and performance;...

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    Lily Bonesso

    Ahead of Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms at Tate Liverpool, we round up the key themes in the show and discuss how Bacon remains an...

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    Who is she? Beatriz González is a Colombian painter, associated with the Pop Art movement. She grew up in Colombia in the 40s and 50s, during...

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    Who is she? Sheela Gowda is an artist living and working in Bangalore. She moved from painting to three-dimensional work in the 1990s in reaction...

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    Who is he?   Geoffrey Farmer is a Canadian artist, based in Vancouver. His career as an artist was not planned, he simply attended an art...

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    Who is he? Theaster Gates is a social practice installation artist living and working in Chicago, Illinois. He began his career studying urban...

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    Who are they? Guerrilla Girls are an all female collective who remain anonymous by wearing gorilla masks and naming themselves after famous dead...

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    Jodie Kharas

    Ahead of Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979 at Tate Britain, we round up the top artists and works featured in the show. 1. Conceptual art was a...

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    Liz Jobey

    Photography changed the way we look at ourselves and how we might act in front of a camera. But it also changed the way performance artists could...

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    We caught up with Brooklyn-born fashion activist Bethann Hardison to discuss Artist and Empire at Tate Britain. The exhibition sparked a...

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    Nina Power

    The Tate Modern display Citizens and States poses a range of possible ways that artists might react to or participate in moments of change. Nina...

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    JJ Charlesworth, Isobel Harbison

    JJ Charlesworth finds beauty, along with a sunny view of the future, to be something of the past Beauty is one of those ideas that over the past...

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    Simon Baker

    Curator Simon Baker, selects his top five artists from the forthcoming Performing for the Camera at the Tate Modern, which will run from...

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