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    Aleksandra Shatskikh

    Kazimir Malevich’s work tells a compelling story about the dream of a new social order, the struggle of revolutionary ideals and the power of art...

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    Tracey Emin’s installation work My Bed will be shown again at Tate after its new owner agreed to lend it for at least ten years. It was shown at...

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    Tate Etc. asked three artists, Thomas Demand, Beatriz Milhazes and Philip Taaffe to talk about their personal fascination with Henri Matisse

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    Gabriela Burkhalter

    Outdoor play should be fun, right? We have all enjoyed clambouring over a climbing frame. The urban playgrounds that we now take for granted...

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    Jacqueline Duhême, Juliette Rizzi, Flavia Frigeri

    One person who witnessed Matisse making the cut-outs first hand was his one-time assistant Jacqueline Duhême, who, as a twenty-year-old aspiring...

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    Curator Achim Borchardt-Hume picks out some of the key works from Tate Modern’s retrospective of radical Russian artist Kazimir Malevich

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    Ahead of her talk at Tate Britain, the Guardian gardening columnist tells us why she loves looking at old pumpkins and Paul Klee

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    François Gilot, Simon Grant

    In 1946 the young French artist Françoise Gilot met Pablo Picasso, a relationship that lasted until 1954 and produced two children, Claude and...

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    Louise Cohen

    Continuing our summer of colour season on Tate’s blog, we take a quick skip through colour theory, and how some of modern art's giants have put it...

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    Sook-Kyung Lee, Lee Ufan

    The artist Lee Ufan grew up and studied in Korea before moving to Japan, where he has been based for more than 50 years, while spending much of...

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    For issue 31 of Tate Etc., we asked three contemporary artists to talk about their personal fascination with Henri Matisse. Here, Thomas Demand...

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    We caught up with Mondrian biographer Nicholas Fox Weber to discuss what it is about the Dutch modernist painter that captures him, and the...

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    Stephanie Straine

    As a new response to the First World War practice of dazzle painting is unveiled at Tate Liverpool, Assistant Curator Stephanie Straine finds links...

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    Jeff McMillan

    Old shop signs, ships’ figureheads, spirit vessels, naïve paintings, needlework samplers… what is folk art? Steeped in tradition, and often created...

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    Charles Darwent

    Piet Mondrian’s paintings have become some of the best known and most loved works of the twentieth century, and the studios in which he created...

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    Michael White

    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...

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    Nada Raza

    Nasreen Mohamedi is best known to us for her spare, refined works on paper and a small body of photographs. Of the latter, we are told she may...

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    Eleanor Clayton

    'The ultimate wisdom of the photographic image is to say “There is the surface. Now think – or rather feel, intuit – what is beyond it, what the...

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    Geeta Kapur

    Desert Birth And then there are those who received the desert in the cradle . . . the terrible gift granted to some, a sort of curse that is a...

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    Éric de Chassey

    The show at Tate St Ives this summer explores the international context which shaped the work of artists in the Cornish town from the 1940s to...

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