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  1. Article

    Mai-Thu Perret, Paul Kingsnorth, Dimitris Daskalopoulos and Justin Fitzpatrick respond to works in the Tate collection

  2. Article
    Kasia Redzisz

    'Spears hung from the wires stretched between the trees created an illusion of movement. They were swishing [in the air]. It was all about...

  3. Article

    Curators Elsa Coustou and Flavia Frigeri share their bite-sized highlights from The EY Exhibition: World Goes Pop

  4. Article

    Curators Elsa Coustou and Flavia Frigeri share their bite-sized highlights from Pop Art movement

  5. Article

    Tate Etc. looks at a recent acquisition, currently on view at Tate Modern

  6. Article
    Sook-Kyung Lee

    Tate Etc. looks at a recent acquisition, currently on view at Tate Modern

  7. Article
    Anne Lyles

    A new series of In Focus displays at Tate Britain takes an in-depth look at artworks as well as items from the Tate archive. The subject of one of...

  8. Article
    Alice Correia

    From his earliest days as a student in the 1920s to the 1950s when he was a Trustee and until his death in 1986, Henry Moore’s art and life were...

  9. Article
    Amy Concannon

    The rehang of the collection of British art would not be complete without J.M.W. Turner. Included in the new displays are his extraordinary...

  10. Article
    Barbara Hepworth

    Many of us are familiar with Barbara Hepworth’s drawings of surgeons and staff in operating theatres, which were done in various hospitals over a...

  11. Article
    Tabitha Barber

    For the last few months Tate Britain has been privileged to have on display a magnificent seventeenth-century font cover by the famous wood carver...

  12. Article
    Simon Grant1

    In the first in an ongoing series of articles, we choose a work of art from Tate's collection that is unusual and alluring yet rarely seen.