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    Mike Pinnington

    Andy Warhol’s multi-media live performance experiment, the Exploding Plastic Inevitable (EPI) debuted in 1966 in New York. We caught...

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    Simon Grant

    How do artists approach the challenge of curation? As well as showing some of his recent large, highly coloured sculptures of everyday objects in...

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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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    Jeremy Lewison, the curator of Tate Liverpool's new show, Turner Monet Twombly, explores the three artists' affinities to each other

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    Sandra Sykorova

    For over six years now, our Adult Programmes team has worked with the award-winning poet Pascale Petit on a range of poetry writing public courses...

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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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    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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    Sarah Jackson

    Bothy Let’s just say I am lost. Father saidthere’d be a bothy. I’ve carriedmy water, my map, matches wrappedin polythene like lambs in amniotic...

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    Elaine Feinstein

    Each month, Tate Etc. publishes new poetry by leading poets such as John Burnside, Moniza Alvi, Adam Thorpe, Alice Oswald and David Harsent who...

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    James Midgley

    Butterfly Antennae after Alexander Calder's Antennae with Red and Blue Dots Tonight there is too much interference to think.In a town's scattered...

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    Jennifer Wong

    A poem inspired by John Sargent's work Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose.

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    Laura Scott

    Every month, Tate Etc. publishes new poetry inspired by a work in the Tate. This June, Laura Scott was inspired by J.M.W. Turner's Norham Castle,...

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    Steven Shearer’s work draws on various styles of figurative painting throughout history, song lyrics and archived images. He collects images from...

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    Jean Sprackland

    This February Jean Spackland presents her poem The Cholmondeley Ladies based on the painting of the same name attributed to British School...

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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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    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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    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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    Tamar Yoseloff, Lorraine Mariner

    This July Tamar Yoseloff presents a poem written exclusively for Tate Etc., Cryptographer, based on Cy Twombly's Quattro Stagioni: Inverno, the...

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    Elisabeth Lebovici

    Can a book with no text paint a portrait of a writer? Elisabeth Lebovici examines the challenging representation of identity in Roni Horn's work.

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    Pae White, Peter Schjeldahl, Vincent Katz, Mary Richards

      Pae White on Henri Gaudier-Brzeska’s Sketch of a Bison c.1912–13 Focusing on specific parts of an animal’s anatomy is something I often do....

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