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  1. Article
    Sheila Hicks

    During her long and fruitful life Sonia Delaunay (1885–1979) became a key figure within Parisian avant-garde circles as well as an important...

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    Mike Pinnington

    We catch up with John R. Blakinger to discuss visionary artist, designer and educator György Kepes 

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    Juliet Bingham

    An important figure in the Parisian avant-garde, Sonia Delaunay (1885–1979) brought extraordinary inventiveness to a range of works, which...

  4. Article
    Jonathan Griffin

    The photogram is an image made without a camera by placing an object directly on to the surface of a light-sensitive material and then exposing it...

  5. 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...

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    Gabriela Burkhalter

    Outdoor play should be fun, right? We have all enjoyed clambouring over a climbing frame. The urban playgrounds that we now take for granted...

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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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    Francesco Manacorda

    Can art really be for everyone? Artistic director and curator of Art Turning Left at Tate Liverpool, Francesco Manacorda invites you to...

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    Shoair Mavlian

    Despite being regarded as one of the most influential figures in post-war photography, Harry Callahan's work is little known in the UK. The recent...

  10. Article
    Hari Kunzru

    When Jacques-Louis David allowed his famous painting The Death of Marat 1793–4 to be used in support of the Republican cause in France, he...

  11. Article
    Nicholas Fox-Weber

    The diverse works of one of the most inventive and best-loved artists of the twentieth century, often done in series, are being brought together...

  12. Article
    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...

  13. Article
    Lucy Reynolds

    For many centuries artists have been fascinated by the magical, visceral power of projected light as action, as a performative medium in itself....

  14. Article
    Christopher Turner

    In his book The Elements of Drawing (1857), John Ruskin encouraged artists to try to recover what he called the “innocence of the eye”, to...

  15. Article
    Esther Leslie

    Oskar Fischinger's animated films that were partly influenced by the poetic abstraction of Kandinsky's paintings were among the first to mix high...

  16. Article
    Peder Anker

    László Moholy-Nagy moved to London in 1935 and quickly established himself at the heart of the avant-garde community in the newly designed Lawn...

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    Stuart Bailey

    László Moholy-Nagy established himself at the heart of the avant-garde community. Stuart Bailey assesses his importance as a graphic designer.

  18. Article
    Paul Elliman

    Designer Paul Elliman seeks satisfaction of his curiosity and the typefaces designed by Josef Albers while at the Bauhaus in the 1920s

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    Peter Fischli

    Peter Fischli grew up in a Bauhaus home designed by his father Hans Fischli, an artist and architect who had studied in Dessau. He talks to us...

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    Richard MacCormac

    Richard MacCormac reflects on the relationship between sculpture and architecture in the light of a visit to Anthony Caro's retrospective at Tate...