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    Francesco Bonami

    From Gabriel Orozco's exhibition of yoghurt pot lids to Rirkrit Tiravanija's transformation of a gallery into a kitchen to serve visitors food,...

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    Francesco Bonami

    Since it was shown at the Venice Biennale in 1993, Gabriel Orozco’s Empty Shoe Box has become one of most cited examples of controversial works of...

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    Jorge Macchi

    A fellow artist celebrates several well-known works

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    Anthony d’Offay, Gilda Williams, Gerhard Richter, Bill Viola, Vija Celmins, Alex Katz, Ed Ruscha

    Last year one of the largest donations of art in Britain was made by Anthony d'Offay. The collection of more than 700 works by leading artists,...

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    John Onians, Eric Fernie

    In his new book Neuroarthistory: From Aristotle and Pliny to Baxandall and Zeki, John Onians argues that advances in the scientific study of the...

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    George Baker, T.J. Demos, Kim Knowles, Jacqueline Matisse Monnier

    Appreciations on Duchamp, Man Ray and Picabia by Jacqueline Matisse Monnier, T.J. Demos, George Baker and Kim Knowles.

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    Steven Connor

    In 1935 Gertrude Stein wrote that in a painting there should be "no air...no feeling of air". As Steven Connor explains, air has become as much...

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    Bernard Marcadé

    To coincide with the first exhibition to explore the inter-relationship between Duchamp, Man Ray and Picabia, to be staged at Tate Modern, Marcadé...

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    Massimiliano Gioni

    When Chinese artist Huang Yong Ping was forced to expel the beasties that inhabited his Theater of the World he complained that ‘animal rights were...

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    David Campany, Nigel Shafran, Homer Sykes, Martin Parr, Anna Pavord, Viktor Kolár, Kathryn Hughes, Brett Rogers, Tessa Codrington

    To coincide with Tate Britain's photographic survey of Britain's social history, Tate Etc. asked a selection of writers, curators and photographers...

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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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    Tony Cragg

    Sculpture was historically the domain of the artist-worker, armed with hammer and chisel. Now the artist may use any material and any approach....

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    Michael Bird

    Michael Bird on notions of how symmetry, the Doppelgänger, duality and mirror images have played a part in the way artists view themselves and the...