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  1. Article

    When Tate Etc. invited a selection of artists from around the world to write about how Kazimir Malevich has inspired or influenced their work, we...

  2. Article

    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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    Eleanora Louis

    Eleanora Louis looks at the history of the Vienna Secession.

  4. Article
    Francesca Pasini

    Fontana saw his work as a classic representation of what he called "a spatial environment" and described it as "a new element which has entered...

  5. Article
    Christopher Miles

    The American artist John Baldessari has influenced several generations of younger artists, and has, since the 1960s, consistently renegotiated his...

  6. Article
    Claire Nichols

    Claire Nichols reviews Lawrence Weiner's As Far as the Eye Can See. Edited by Donna De Salvo and Ann Goldstein, published by Yale University Press.

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    Claire Daigle

    Coinciding with Cy Twombly’s 80th birthday, Tate Modern is staging the first retrospective of the American artist’s work for twenty years. Claire...

  8. Article
    Stephen Daniels

    Upon its prize-winning appearance at the 1961 John Moores’ Exhibition in Liverpool, Peter Blake’s Self-Portrait with Badges 1961 rapidly became an...

  9. Article
    Vincent Katz

    Hélio Oiticica’s Brazilian arts flourished in the 1950s, originating with the Modernist movement of the 1920s, and Oiticica became a barrier...

  10. Article
    Bettina Funcke

    Bettina Funcke visits the studio of Christopher Wool, who first became known in the 1980s for paintings composed of short phrases or words...

  11. Article
    Wolf Jahn

    Gilbert & George have made some iconic images of themselves, and of an alternative English sensibility. Wolf Jahn interviews them.

  12. Article
    Ryan Gander

    Ryan Gander praises Peter Fischli and David Weiss's ten-point manifesto How to work better

  13. Article
    Brian Dillon

    ‘Erasure is merely a matter of making things disappear: there is always some detritus strewn about in the aftermath…some reminder of the violence...

  14. Article
    Alison M. Gingeras, Gisela Capitain, Roberto Ohrt, John Baldessari, Jutta Koether, Urs Fischer, Piotr Uklanski

    Alison M. Gingeras It would seem that Martin Kippenberger (1953–1997) is finally getting his due. Eight years after his premature death, his legacy...

  15. Article
    peter blake

    Sir Peter Blake has created an alphabet of 'found' letters for Tate. He explains the inspiration for this artist project.

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    Melanie McGrath

    Few artists are subjected to fierce public scrutiny in the British tabloids like Tracey Emin. But is she a great artist? Melanie McGrath meets the...