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    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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    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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    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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    Aleksandra Shatskikh

    Kazimir Malevich’s work tells a compelling story about the dream of a new social order, the struggle of revolutionary ideals and the power of art...

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    Carmen Herrera

    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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    Florian Illies

    The author of the celebrated book 1913: The Year Before the Storm chooses two works from the Tate collection that reflect the cultural contrasts...

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    Rasha Salti

    The work of the pioneering Lebanese abstract artist born in Beirut in 1916 is now increasingly recognised across the globe. A total of 120...

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    Gavin Delahunty

    Marc Chagall painted the enigmatic Hommage à Apollinaire while immersed in the Parisian avant-garde, but it integrated his passion for exploring...

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    Giles Heron

    Prior to becoming known for his colourful abstracts, Patrick Heron (1920–1999) flourished as a textile designer. His father, Tom, ran the highly...

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    Clarrie Wallis

    He preferred to be seen as an artist within the great European tradition of Juan Gris and Georges Braque, while his bold paintings based on the...

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    A forthcoming exhibition at Tate Liverpool focuses on how Marc Chagall combined the Jewish folkloric painterly roots of his native Russia and the...

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    Paul Farley

    Was this the same Kurt Schwitters, founder of Merz, collaborator with Dadaists, Cubists and Constructivists, who won first, second and third prizes...

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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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    James Hall

    It is well known that Pablo Picasso initiated many important developments of twentieth-century art, but we know less about his extraordinary impact...

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    Adrien Sina, Sarah Wilson

    Valentine de Saint-Point (1875–1953), formerly a model for Alphonse Mucha and Rodin, began her life as an artist desired by two important Italian...

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    Brigid Peppin

    The short-lived Vorticist movement was often seen as a predominantly masculine, muscular affair, but as one of the descendents of the group of...

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    Catherine Wood

    The practice of choreographed movement has never been merely about decorative spectacle, but as artists and performers have shown throughout the...

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    Alied Ottevanger

    A painter, poet, art critic, typographer, designer and publisher who played a key role in the international exchange of ideas of the early...

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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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    Peter Campus, Douglas Gordon, David A. Ross

    Peter Campus was one of the first artists to explore the formal possibilities of film and video technology. Douglas Gordon, who admires Campus's...

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