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    Jonathan Griffin

    Smashed stained glass windows, defaced religious statues, ashed portraits slashed with knives, sculptures blown up, watercolours defaced, art...

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    Aida Muluneh

    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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    It was an ignominious end. Its arms and lower legs were hacked off, the top of its head removed, and then it was buried under the floor, possibly...

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    Jennifer Mundy

    The Gallery of Lost Art is an immersive, online exhibition that tells the fascinating stories of artworks that have disappeared. Each week, a new...

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    William Jeffett

    While the work of Joan Miró (1893–1983) may be well known across the world, a forthcoming exhibition at Tate Modern that focuses on his political...

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    Madeleine Grynsztejn

    The social, historical and political landscape of Colombia and beyond has deeply informed the work of the artist who is creating the next Unilever...

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    Mario Vargas Llosa

    George Grosz gave a fantastic testimony of Berlin life during a terrible period, divided between fascism and communism. He was active in the...

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    Simon Grant, Vija Celmins

    Vija Celmins was born in Latvia in 1938, fled with her family to Germany in advance of the Soviet army in 1944 and emigrated to the USA in 1948....

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    Dan Graham

    Dan Graham on John Martin's painting of the Apocalypse, The Great Day of His Wrath

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    Christopher Turner

    Jake and Dinos Chapman obsessively return to Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes’ gore-filled The Disasters of War series. Jake himself describes...

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    Patrick McGrath, Louise Welsh

    The gothic has remained one of the most universal genres, which has attracted writers, filmmakers, musicians and artists across the centuries

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    Brian Dillon

    From the suffragette who took a cleaver to Velázquez’s Rokeby Venus in the National Gallery in 1914 to the outraged citizen of Milan who fell from...

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    Adrian Searle, Paulina Olowska, Peter Doig, Chris Ofili

    To coincide with the Luc Tuymans show at Tate Modern, the first large-scale exhibition of his work in the UK, three artists and a critic debate the...

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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...