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  1. Article
    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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    Nicholas Cullinan

    The forthcoming exhibition of Henri Matisse’s ground-breaking paper cut-outs, made between 1943 and 1954, is the most comprehensive to date. With...

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    Tate’s much-loved artwork The Snail by Henri Matisse will be reunited with its companion works in Tate Modern’s big summer 2014 show

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    Lucy Reynolds

    For many centuries artists have been fascinated by the magical, visceral power of projected light as action, as a performative medium in itself....

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    Jean-François Chevrier

    Stories of hallucinations in art and literature date back to the Bible, but the idea of the artistic hallucination is more recent. As the author of...

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    James Hall

    It is well known that Pablo Picasso initiated many important developments of twentieth-century art, but we know less about his extraordinary impact...

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    Vincent Katz

    In 1933 the pioneering Surrealist Max Ernst created an extraordinary publication called Une semaine de bonté. Arguably the first graphic novel, it...

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    Harry Mathews

    The French-born artist who died in 2002 is perhaps best known for her large, brightly coloured sculptures of female figures, as well as her...

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    Rod Mengham

    No living painter is more central to the St. Ives aesthetic than Terry Frost, who first worked in the Cornish artists' colony more than 50 years...

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    Eva Hesse aimed to create 'nothings', but the humanity of her work has ensured that her artistic reputation has triumphed over the cliché of a...