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    Paintings Conservator Rebecca Hellen gives unique insight in to Frank Auerbach's creative process

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    James Finch

    During the spring of 1960 a few weeks after Senator John F. Kennedy announced his intention to run for President, the critic David Sylvester spent...

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    Mike Pinnington

    Jackson Pollock's reputation – salacious untruths in tow – often precedes him. With an exhibition at Tate Liverpool exploring the...

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    A new exhibition at Tate Liverpool looks afresh at the pioneering and iconic American artist Jackson Pollock. Scrutinising some of the blind...

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    We take a quick skip through colour theory, and how some of modern art's giants have put it into practice 

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    Éric de Chassey

    The show at Tate St Ives this summer explores the international context which shaped the work of artists in the Cornish town from the 1940s to...

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    David Parsons

    While new generations discover Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern, one of his former Newcastle University students reflects on how his teacher changed...

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    Frank Bowling

    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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    To coincide with the display, Tate Etc. talked to the Venezuelan-born artist Carlos Cruz-Diez (born 1923) about his early exhibition at Signals...

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    David Anfam

    William Scott (1913–1989) is known for his still lifes, landscapes and nudes produced over a 60-year period. A friend of Rothko and de Kooning, he...

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    Valentina Ravaglia

    Mike Kelley’s Channel One, Channel Two and Channel Three 1994, now on display at Tate Modern, is a potent work filled with many seductive...

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    Jonathan Griffin

    The notion of the grotesque in art has been around for centuries, but it is currently being re-imagined, often with humour and a sense of the...

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    Martin Clark

    The artistic director of Tate St Ives visited one of America’s most respected artists working today, in his New York studio, where Alex Katz talked...

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    Carmen Juliá

    A display featuring Tate artworks and rarely seen archival material explores how these four trail-blazing London galleries introduced...

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    Cosima Spender, Mougouch Fielding

    The influential Armenian-born American painter Arshile Gorky (1904–1948) was described as the last of the great Surrealists, the first of the...

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    Bernard Marcadé

    As an artist, Georges Mathieu is not in fashion – not even in France. In spite of his last Paris retrospective in 2002 at the Jeu de Paume, this...

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    Steven Henry Madoff

    Since the early 1960s, when the American version of Pop Art seemed to extinguish the spiritual and existential ambitions of Abstract Expressionism,...

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    Bob Colacello

    Simon GrantIn 1971 you came to London with Andy Warhol (where his Tate retrospective was already open) for the premiere of his film Trash. However,...

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    Christoph Grunenberg

    Tate Liverpool's exhibition Colour Chart: Reinventing Colour, 1950 to Today explores the moment in twentieth-century art when a group of 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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