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      The mobiles started when I went to see Mondrian. I was impressed by several coloured rectangles he had on the wall. Shortly after that I...

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    Anthony Frost

    Terry Frost (1915–2003) is known for his exuberant and colourful paintings and works on paper, but for a short period he also produced some...

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      Who is he? Alexander Calder, known to many as ‘Sandy’, was an American sculptor from Pennsylvania. He was the son of well-known sculptor...

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    The evolving and social nature of Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, which has been the stage for protest, art and recently dancing, can be compared with...

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    Eleanor Clayton

    To coincide with her forthcoming exhibition at Tate Liverpool – her first solo show in a British institution – Eleanor Clayton pays a visit to the...

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    Michael Bird

    Sometime in the 1950s a friend gave Bryan Wynter (1915–1975) a parabolic reflector salvaged from a military searchlight. The artist was...

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    Sculpture Victorious, currently on show at Tate Britain, celebrates the groundbreaking materials and methods employed by Victorian sculptors. As...

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    Greg Sullivan

    What do we imagine when we think of Victorian sculpture? Stern bronze busts of distinguished figures? Smooth marbles of lightly clad ladies? Yes,...

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    Sculpture Victorious at Tate Britain explores a period of unparalleled innovation in British history, where ground-breaking new materials and...

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    Powerful, beautiful and inventive, the Victorian era was a golden age for sculpture. Sculpture Victorious at Tate Britain...

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    Achim Borchardt-Hume

    The UK's largest ever survey of American sculptor and poet Richard Tuttle is on display in London at Tate Modern and the Whitechapel Gallery. ...

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    Sam Thorne, Artistic Director of Tate St Ives, asks co-curators Sara Matson and Rachel Smith of International Exchanges - an ...

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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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    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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    Bice Curiger

    A Swiss-style chalet made from bread; an excavated gallery floor; life-like wax figures that double as candles… Urs Fischer’s irreverent and...

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    Lee Cheshire

    On the eve of her forthcoming Tate Britain Commission to create a new work in response to the Tate collection, Tate Etc. pays a visit to the...

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    Simon Grant

    How do artists approach the challenge of curation? As well as showing some of his recent large, highly coloured sculptures of everyday objects in...

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    Simon Grant

    The leading British sculptor Richard Deacon (born 1949), who first gained international prominence in the early 1980s, is the subject of an...

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    Stacy Boldrick

    With Art Under Attack currently at Tate Britain, the exhibition's curator looks at the many different reasons that art has been deliberately...

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    Tate is publishing a series of In Focus projects about artworks in the collection. The latest project looks at the relief sculpture Wrestlers 1914,...

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