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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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    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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    We know about his ‘drip’ paintings that continue to both puzzle and delight viewers, but late in his career Jackson Pollock changed his technique...

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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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    Juliet Bingham

    An important figure in the Parisian avant-garde, Sonia Delaunay (1885–1979) brought extraordinary inventiveness to a range of works, which...

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    Jonathan Griffin

    The photogram is an image made without a camera by placing an object directly on to the surface of a light-sensitive material and then exposing it...

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    The Modern Lens at Tate St. Ives explores developments in international photography from the 1920s to the 1960s. The exhibition uncovers 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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    Margaret Harrison

    The pioneering feminist artist talks to Tate Etc.'s Mariko Finch about her 1977 piece Homeworkers, a politically potent work exploring the plight...

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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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    Liu Xiaodong

    In celebration of the reopening of Tate Britain, Tate Etc. invited a selection of artists from around the world to choose a favoured work from a...

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    John James

    He may be best known for his bronze hare sculptures, but Flanagan’s early work using a variety of media such as cloth, felt, clay, stone, plaster...

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    John-Paul Stonard

    Tate Modern’s  exhibition explores the work produced over almost five decades by one of today’s most highly regarded artists. Richter (b.1932)...

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    Thomas Schütte

    A former student remembers his ‘friendly, but merciless’ teacher

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    Nicholas Tromans

    The Victorian artist is best known for two things: murdering his father, and painting The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke while incarcerated in...

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    Nicholas Cullinan

    Before he became famous for his protean work, Robert Rauschenberg was making little-known but beautiful cameraless photograms with his then wife...

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    Mark Antliff

    The British avant-garde group was formed in London in 1914 by the artist, writer and polemicist Wyndham Lewis. Their idea, according to their...

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    David Campany

    The pioneering nineteenth-century Anglo-American photographer is best known for his images of animal and human subjects in motion, but was also a...

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    Michael Wilson

    About 25 years ago, I bought a group of works by Eadweard Muybridge, and I have been collecting bits and pieces by him ever since. I find that his...

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    Lyle Rexer

    I follow the lead of Jorge Luis Borges: a few metaphors, but resonant ones: a library, a labyrinth, a map, a mirror. Most importantly, the mirror....

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