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  1. Article

    Get to know one of the artists newly on display at Tate Modern 

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    George Clark

    Tate Britain is staging an ambitious survey of artists' film and video which reflects the extraordinary blossoming and diversity of production over...

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    Jane Burton

    This Exquisite Forest is an online collaborative art project, presented by Tate and Google, which enables people to create short animations that...

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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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    Vincent Katz

    In 1933 the pioneering Surrealist Max Ernst created an extraordinary publication called Une semaine de bonté. Arguably the first graphic novel, it...

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    Catherine Wood

    The practice of choreographed movement has never been merely about decorative spectacle, but as artists and performers have shown throughout the...

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    Edward Platt

    His projects have included pushing a block of ice around Mexico City until it melted, letting a fox loose in the National Gallery, London, at night...

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    Linda Nochlin, Milan Kundera, Hugh Davies, John Maybury, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Chantal Joffe, Rudolf Stingel, Nigel Cooke, Barnaby Furnas, Peter Doig

    We bring together a mix of writers, museum directors, artists, musicians and filmmakers – some of whom knew him and some who came to his work...

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    Fiona MacCarthy

    The huge painting The Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon is going on display at Tate Britain for the first time. Its creator, Edward Burne-Jones, is...

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    Christopher Jones, José Montes Baquer

    In 1976 Salvador Dalí made a film with José Montes Baquer called Impressions of Upper Mongolia, Hommage to Raymond Roussel, partly in response to a...

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    Nicolas Bourriaud

    The French art critic Nicholas Bourriaud examines the ways in which Pierre Huyghe enjoys upsetting traditional expectations of how art is perceived...

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    Francesco Bonami

    Joseph Beuys is considered by some as the most important of the post-war period – a sculptor, performance artist, teacher and political activist...

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    Marina Warner

    Marina Warner introduces Paula Rego's new illustrations for Charlotte Brontë 's Jane Eyre.