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    Jill Bennett

    The all-consuming world of social media has pushed many of us to new levels of anxiety. Add to that the culture of fear perpetuated since the so...

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      Artworks on view at this year’s TEFAF art fair in Maastricht showed how great artists from across the centuries have excelled at depicting...

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    Louis Henderson

    Louis Henderson on how the work of his great uncle, Nigel Henderson (1917–1985), still haunts the present

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    Sam Riviere

    Sam Riviere remembers Eduardo Paolozzi’s mosaics at Tottenham Court Road station, a gateway to both the city and the ‘chaotic iconography’ of his...

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    Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen

    Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen is finally reunited with the girl who appears in her captivating photograph Girl on a Spacehopper (Byker) taken in 1971

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    Richard Wentworth

    Richard Wentworth relives teenage memories from the early 1960s when he visited an extraordinary exhibition by Robert Rauschenberg in London's East...

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    Mark Bradford

    The Los Angeles-based artist Mark Bradford, who represents his country at the 2017 Venice Biennale and is known as much for his social activism as...

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    Martin Gayford

    David Hockney (b.1937) remains one of the most celebrated and popular British artists of the 20th century. For more than 60 years he has been...

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

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    From her beginnings as an artist living in Hull in the late 1960s, Cosey Fanni Tutti has challenged the boundaries of contemporary art and...

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    Vincent Katz

    To coincide with the retrospective exhibition of influential American artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008) – whose six-decade career spanned...

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    Phyllida Barlow

    Phyllida Barlow, who represents Great Britain at the 2017 Venice Biennale, remembers her influential teacher, the sculptor George Fullard

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    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...

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    Michael Bracewell, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Alice Channer, Inga Fraser

    He is best known for his paintings from both world wars, as well as his surreal English landscapes, but Paul Nash (1889–1946) also turned his...

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    Yayoi Kusama, Judy Chicago, Elizabeth Peyton, Kaye Donachie, Lucy Stein

    Five artists from different generations share their personal reflections on Georgia O'Keeffe

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    Liz Jobey

    Photography changed the way we look at ourselves and how we might act in front of a camera. But it also changed the way performance artists could...

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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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    JJ Charlesworth, Isobel Harbison

    JJ Charlesworth finds beauty, along with a sunny view of the future, to be something of the past Beauty is one of those ideas that over the past...

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    Wayne Sleep, George Lawson

    Wayne Sleep and George Lawson recall the experience of sitting for David Hockney between 1972-5

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    Enrico Tassi

    Běla Kolářová's (1923–2010) experiments with photography and assemblage brought the everyday into direct contact with the aesthetic of a new...

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