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  1. Article

    Jonah Westerman interviews Catherine Wood, curator of the exhibition A Bigger Splash, held at Tate Modern in 2012, about how the show...

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    Jonah Westerman

    What would it mean to think of performance as a medium? Or rather, what would it do to our usual modes of articulating performance art, its...

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    Gabriella Giannachi

    Since the 1960s, and, more significantly, following the opening of Tate Modern in 2000, and subsequently the Tanks in 2012, a large number of works...

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    Felicity Coleman

    In order to ask how has practice as research left imprints in disciplinary boundaries, I have turned the question into a six-point manifesto for...

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    Tate is publishing a series of In Focus projects about individual artworks in the collection. The latest project looks at the video ...

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    Matthew Imms

    New research has solved the mystery about J.M.W. Turner's watercolour sketches, which were previously thought to show the notorious fire of 1834 at...

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    Quirine van der Meer Mohr

    As a young boy, the artist J.M.W. Turner was intrigued by Dutch seventeenth-century paintings. According to an anecdote by Walter Thornbury,...

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    Alice Rylance-Watson

    Ever wondered what you’d do if you were to suffer from the unpleasantries of a bout of traveller’s diarrhoea or vomiting in the eighteenth century...

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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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    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...