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    In the early years of photography, photographers and painters collaborated, borrowed and shared ideas, ushering in a period of innovation in...

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    Who is she? Maria Lassnig was born in Austria in 1919, and studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna during the Second World War. After...

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    In advance of the opening of the new Tate Modern in June, Tate Director Nicholas Serota guest edits tonight's BBC Artsnight, and invites us to...

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    Mike Pinnington

    Who is he? Francis Bacon (1909–92) was a maverick who rejected the preferred artistic style of abstraction of the era, in favour of a distinctive...

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    Since Tate Modern first opened in 2000, it has become a London landmark, not just for the art it houses, but also for the architecture of the...

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    1. Grab a map It doesn’t matter where you start or where you end up. Why not let the kids pick something that really interests them? Tate...

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    Saskia Mercuri

    1. A rare opportunity   As none of O’Keeffe’s paintings are currently held within UK public collections, this is a rare chance to see such a...

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    Who is she? Mona Hatoum was born in Beirut to Palestinian family in 1952. She now divides her time between London and Berlin. Hatoum challenges...

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    As the new Tate Modern opening approaches, we asked people connected to the building and the area for their memories of Tate and thoughts on the...

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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

    To coincide with Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms opening at Tate Liverpool, we round up the key themes in the show and discuss how...

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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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