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  1. Article
    Lily Bonesso

    With London Fashion Week starting today, what better time to pay homage to the fashionistas of the Tate Collection? Take a look at our slideshow of...

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    Raphael Oyelade

    Art galleries and museums, as well as policy makers and educationalists, often talk about the need to encourage new young audiences through their...

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    Kirstie Beaven1

    Have you ever wished you could have a secret robot alter ego? Or that you could wander around a gallery alone late at night? Well, now you can...

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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...

  5. Article
    Nicholas Fox-Weber

    The diverse works of one of the most inventive and best-loved artists of the twentieth century, often done in series, are being brought together...

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    Chris Stephens

    Spread over twenty rooms, Tate Britain director Penelope Curtis’s vision for the extensive rehang hinges around a chronological display from the...

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    Jane Burton, Jennifer Mundy

    Jennifer Mundy, Head of Collection Research, and Jane Burton, Head of Content and Creative Director at Tate, invite you to explore for one last...

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    Simon Grant

    An historic manuscript, two smashed up Range Rovers and William Morris throwing a giant yacht into the lagoon…This year's Venice Biennale is one of...

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    Sophie Bowness

    The recently opened Hepworth Wakefield gallery includes an impressive selection of Barbara Hepworth’s relatively unknown plaster and aluminium...

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    Klaus Weber, Ian Collins, Clare Woods, Josephine Meckseper

    Reflections on a work in the Tate collection

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    Jenny Seton

    The daughter of the St Ives-based artist Denis Mitchell once played with a doll’s house made by Ben Nicholson, which now resides in Tate archive

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    Clarrie Wallis

    To coincide with Mike Nelson representing Britain at the 54th Venice Biennale of Art, Tate curator Clarrie Wallis talks to the artist about his...

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    Iria Candela

    Joan Miró’s first visits to Paris in the early 1920s affected his work so much that today art historians often overlook the influence of his other...

  14. Article
    Mario Vargas Llosa

    During the research for his novel The Way to Paradise, which interweaves the life of Gauguin with that of his half-Peruvian grandmother Flora...

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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...

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    Simon Grant

    Carol Rama, the Italian self-taught artist born in 1918, has only recently gained international recognition for her highly erotic, visceral works....

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    Jonathan Harris

    Jonathan Harris interprets Tate Liverpool’s comprehensive rehang, and how it shows many of the works in the collection in a new context. Much of...

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    In his first visit to the Tate archive, Lawrence Norfolk searches out some footwear-related items.

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    Paul Farley

    Some things are truly lost. Bad diets generate little documentary evidence, just the fuzziness of the anecdotal; soup kitchens don’t keep comment...