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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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    Lisa Le Feuvre

    How artists have explored and utilised prosthetic technologies both to satirise humanity and help in the quest to expand the human body beyond its...

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    Jessica Morgan

    Pop Art serves to remind us … that we have fashioned for ourselves a world of artefacts and images that are intended not to train perception or...

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    Anthony Downey

    For centuries artists have both responded to and reflected on political actions and events that shape society. Now they have risen to the challenge...

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    Kirsty Bell

    Textiles: we wear them every day and take them for granted, but they are more than mere carriers for our bodies. The ground-breaking Anni Albers...

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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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    Felicity Coleman

    In order to ask how has practice as research left imprints in disciplinary boundaries, I have turned the question into a six-point manifesto for...

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    Tim Batchelor

    William Hogarth (1697–1764) died at his house in Leicester Fields during the night of 25 October 1764. He had been ill for over a month and...

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    Carol Jacobi

    Many artists, such as Leonardo da Vinci, understood that the world appears to us in three dimensions because our two eyes see from two...

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    Lucy Howarth

    Marlow Moss’s works are held worldwide in collections both private and public, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York and the Israel Museum...

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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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    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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    Cora Gilroy-Ware

    In the summer of 1784, Joshua Reynolds exhibited A Nymph and Cupid (Fig.1) at the Royal Academy’s annual exhibition. This work stood out because,...

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    Helen Little

    Alan Davie’s activity as a painter is often described as resembling shamanistic artists of remote times engaged in conjuring up visions linked to...

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    Caroline Corbeau-Parsons

    Forgotten Faces comprises seventeen portraits or figure paintings and three sculptures ranging between 1896 – a year before the foundation of the...

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    Ruth Kenny

    Introduction In 1628, Edward Norgate, a musician and courtier to Charles I, included a short discussion of pastel painting towards the end of...

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    Carmen Juliá

    Suspended, collapsed, stacked, wrapped or folded, the works of Phyllida Barlow spring from an interrogation of some of the most fundamental aspects...

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    Florian Illies

    The author of the celebrated book 1913: The Year Before the Storm chooses two works from the Tate collection that reflect the cultural contrasts...

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