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    Tracey Emin, Simon Grant

    One of Tracey Emin’s best known and most controversial works, My Bed, first made in 1998 and once in private hands, is now on long loan to Tate and...

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    Greg Sullivan

    What do we imagine when we think of Victorian sculpture? Stern bronze busts of distinguished figures? Smooth marbles of lightly clad ladies? Yes,...

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    Tracey Emin is a British artist known for making works that convey experiences and events from her own life by using a range of media, from...

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    Have you ever wondered what happens in our conservation studio?

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    Jodie Kharas

    In the first of our 'quick 5' interview series, we catch up with seminal Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, about her work, her wardrobe and last night...

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    Sculpture Victorious at Tate Britain explores a period of unparalleled innovation in British history, where ground-breaking new materials and...

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    Lily Bonesso

    Diane Arbus used her camera to bypass the pleasantries required when meeting strangers. Her photographs cut right to the quick of humanity; there...

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    George Clark

    L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema is a very important survey of African and African-American filmmakers who emerged from UCLA in the...

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    Jonathan Griffin

    The photogram is an image made without a camera by placing an object directly on to the surface of a light-sensitive material and then exposing it...

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    Anna Storr

    Former Turner Prize nominee Cathy Wilkes (b1966) has since the 1990s been making compelling installations and assemblages, often drawn from a...

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    Mike Pinnington

    We caught up with Leonora Carrington’s cousin, journalist Joanna Moorhead, to discuss how she learned about her ‘artist’s model’ relative and why,...

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    Nick Waplington

    He was known as Lee to his friends, but Alexander McQueen to the fashion world and the rest of us. His friend and photographer Nick Waplington...

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    Emma Lewis

    Alfredo Camisa (1927–2007) was a prominent figure in photography in Italy during the postwar years, though today his work is little known beyond...

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    Hope Kingsley

    In photography’s first decade two pioneering practitioners, David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, collaborated on making salted paper prints – a...

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    Powerful, beautiful and inventive, the Victorian era was a golden age for sculpture. Sculpture Victorious at Tate Britain...

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    Lily Bonesso

    Traditionally, when discussing surrealism names such as Salvador Dali, Rene Magritte, Joan Miro, Marcel Duchamp, Giorgio de Chirico and Man Ray,...

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    What is it like to interview an artist? Writer and broadcaster Richard Cork's new book collects together his conversations with artists from...

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    Matthew Green

    The author of a forthcoming alternative history of London finds echoes of writers past in a post-futurist landscape inspired by the 1920s Manhattan...

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    Tate Sensorium by Flying Object wins the prize for creative talent in the digital industry

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    Fiontan Moran

    The subjects of Marlene Dumas’s paintings are drawn from both personal and public and personal references - from self-portraits and images of her...

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