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  1. Article
    Jessica Lack

    Arts writer Jessica Lack looks at how jokes and satire have impacted the cultural politics of art

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    Mariko Finch

    Since the early 1960s the American artist and musician has created surreal and often politically satirical images, whose influences range from Dada...

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    Simon Grant

    The Dutch painter Piet Mondrian (1872–1944) is regarded as one of the most important artists of the twentieth century. His characteristic canvases...

  4. Article
    Cedar Lewisohn, Brian Griffiths, Paul Gravett, Simon Thorp

    Rude Britannia: British Comic Art:, Tate Britain’s forthcoming exhibition exploring the riotous history of humour in British visual culture over...

  5. Article
    Harry Hill

    Painting is a hobby for me. My wife is a proper artist and tells me I’m not supposed to say that, but I’m not afraid of being looked down on. I’d...

  6. Article
    Robert Storr

    To coincide with Tate Modern's exhibition of paintings by the Danish artist, the career of Per Kirkeby is explored – from his Pop motifs borrowed...

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    Gilda Williams

    Gilda Williams looks at the most influential person in Andy Warhol's life – his mother Julia Warhola.

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    Martin Rowson

    William Hogarth was one of the founders of a satire that led all the way to the modern comic book and was described as the grandfather of the...

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    John Carlin

    William Hogarth was one of the founders of a satire that led all the way to the modern comic book and was described as the grandfather of the...