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    Duro Olowu

    In our second series of articles on Sonia Delaunay, Tate Etc. asked a fashion designer to talk about his long admiration for the artist

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    Creative Director of Jaeger, Sheila McKain-Waid talks studio secrets, design methods and pushing boundaries for their latest Hepworth-inspired...

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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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    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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    Michael Bracewell

    To coincide with the retrospective at Tate Modern of Richard Hamilton, one of the most important and influential artists of the twentieth century,...

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    Jennifer Mundy

    The Gallery of Lost Art is an immersive, online exhibition that tells the fascinating stories of artworks that have disappeared. Each week, a new...

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    Michael Raedecker

    How incredulity and irritation turned to fascination when an artist encountered Christopher Williams’s image of a cutaway section of a camera lens

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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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    Eva Díaz

    The enduring legacy of Buckminster Fuller’s geodesic domes

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    Michelle Cotton

    In her exploration of the Design Research Unit, one of the first British design consultants, Michelle Cotton unearths an unrealistic car...

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    John Waters

    The Dutch artist is best known for her colourful and playful wall drawings that have a childlike energy and exuberant charm. On the eve of her...

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    Henrietta Garnett

    Henrietta Garnett, a regular visitor to the Tate archive, recognises two painted calendars done by her grandmother Vanessa Bell.

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    Alied Ottevanger

    A painter, poet, art critic, typographer, designer and publisher who played a key role in the international exchange of ideas of the early...

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    Nancy Spero, Helmut Lang

    Two artists who know Louise Bourgeois talk about how she has played a part in their lives.

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    Jon Wozencroft

    ‘I first set my eyes on it one Saturday morning in Rough Trade in late June 1979. The record had just come into the shop… I bought it immediately.’...

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    Caetano Veloso

    Hélio Oiticica’s The Body of Colour comes to Tate Modern in June. Brazilian arts flourished in the 1950s, originating with the Modernist movement...

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    Paul Simmons

    On a visit to the Tate archive, Paul Simmons discovers a book from 1928 that points the way for a current decorative revival.

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    Beate Söntgen

    Professor Beate Söntgen explores artists' historical interest in interiors

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    Deborah Jowitt

    The American artist David Smith was best known for his large muscular sculptures –  the product of heavy welding and much sweat....

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