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    Tony Crowley

    Inspired by Tate Liverpool’s Keywords: Art Society and Culture in 1980s Britain exhibition, academic, writer and native born ‘scouser’ Tony...

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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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    Hassan Khan

    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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    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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    Patrick Keiller

    Artist and filmmaker Patrick Keiller is best known for his essay films that chart the progress of the fictional character Robinson, an elusive...

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    Edward Platt

    Royalist, revolutionary, pacifist, arms dealer, Communist, right-wing extremist, con man and traitor. Who was Gerald Hamilton (c.1888–1970)? He...

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    Hans Ulrich Obrist

    A long-term friend remembers his first encounter with the artist at the age of eighteen, and the subsequent effect this meeting had on the way he...

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    Ali Smith

    One of Japan’s most prolific artists, Yayoi Kusama is probably best known for her spot-covered rooms and objects. On the eve of her first major...

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    Thomas Phongsathorn, Simon Grant, Matthew Bowman, Alison Dunhill, Charles Danby

    Thomas Phongsathorn reviews Franz West To Build a House You Start with the Roof: Work 1972–2008 published by The MIT Press Sex, humour,...

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    Marina Warner

    When Charles Dodgson – more widely known as Lewis Carroll – made drawings in the early 1960s for his book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, he was...

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    Sam Thorne

    Lewis Carroll demonstrated how inventive one could be with words and their meanings. Since the 1960s artists such as Mel Bochner, Bruce Nauman...

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    Ernest Hemingway

    When Miró was a penniless painter in Paris in the 1920s, he became friends with the writer Ernest Hemingway, who fell in love with the artist’s...

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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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    Jenny Wong

    The Surreal House, by Jane Alison with essays by Mary Ann Caws, Brian Dillon and others. Published by Barbican Art Gallery in association with Yale...

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    Ed Ruscha

    The acclaimed Amercian artist reveals a long-held fascination with Ophelia by John Everett Millais (1829–1896), one of Tate's most admired...

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    Simon Morley

    In the early eighteenth century Joseph Addison described the notion of the sublime as something that ‘fills the mind with an agreeable kind of...

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    Cedar Lewisohn, Brian Griffiths, Paul Gravett, Simon Thorp

    Rude Britannia: British Comic Art:, Tate Britain’s forthcoming exhibition exploring the riotous history of humour in British visual culture over...

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    Michael Bracewell

    Folklore, mythology, mysticism and the occult pervade the development of modernism and Surrealism in Britain, especially in relation to the nation...

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    Robert Macfarlane

    In 1980 Richard Long exhibited at the newly opened Anthony d’Offay Gallery in Dering Street, London. The show was mixed-media: maps and photographs...

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    Vincent Katz

    John Cage famously said that musicians in the post-war world had to learn from visual artists, while poet Frank O’Hara called himself the balayeur...

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