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    Carter Ratcliff

    Rothko believed he was "producing an art that would last for 1,000 years". It was a sentiment that was in stark contrast to the new, brash,...

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    Brice Marden, Simon Grant

    Simon Grant talks to Brice Marden about his enduring fascination with Rothko's paintings.

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    Beat Wyss

    The image of a monk standing by an empty sea soon became an icon of German Romanticism. However, in the twentieth century the 'Caspar David...

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    Penelope Curtis

    Since the early 1990s Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster has created installations and interactive environments in which she evokes an atmospheric, yet...

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    Linda Nochlin, Milan Kundera, Hugh Davies, John Maybury, Mark-Anthony Turnage, Chantal Joffe, Rudolf Stingel, Nigel Cooke, Barnaby Furnas, Peter Doig

    To coincide with the Bacon retrospective at Tate Britain, we bring together a mix of writers, museum directors, artists, musicians and filmmakers –...

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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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    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...

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    Cildo Meireles, Frederico Morais

    The Brazilian artist is regarded as one of the leading figures in the development of conceptual art. In works that mix the sensorial with the...

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    Mark Godfrey

    Mark Godfrey asks three artists to describe projects in which they have adopted the strategy of insertion, using Meireles's Insertions into...

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    Lucy Skaer

    A visit to the Tate not only prompts a journey to track down the Surrealist painter Leonora Carringotn at her studio in Mexico, but also reveals...

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    Tishani Doshi

    Inspired by her mother's love letters to her father, Tishani Doshi reads the moving correspondence in the Tate archive between Vanessa and Clive...

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    Heimo Zobernig, Tim Lee, David Shrigley, Kay Rosen

    Heimo Zobernig on Henry Wallis’s The Room in Which Shakespeare Was Born 1853 Looking for the void – for what’s not there. Nothing found. I drew a...

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    Simon Grant, Robert Morris

    Robert Morris (born 1931) has been variously involved in the development of Land art, performance, installation as well as being a prominent...

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    Simon Grant

    At the Belvedere, Vienna, until 18 January 2009

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    Eleanora Louis

    Eleanora Louis looks at the history of the Vienna Secession.

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    Peter Campus

    Peter Campus talks to Tate Etc. about his recent work

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    Sophie Howarth

    From the 1960s there has been a series of radical organisations aiming to revolutionise educational practice, including Joseph Beuys's Free...

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    Brooks Adams

    As Adams writes: "This is a tale of four contemporary art shamans, in a pre-9/11 world that could still entertain rosy illusions of prelapsarian...

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    Briony Llewellyn

    As Tate Britain mounts an exhibition of work by nineteenth-century Western artists who travelled east, Briony Llewellyn delves into the archives,...

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    Juergen Teller, Sarah Jones, David Goldblatt, Chris Killip

    To coincide with Tate Modern's survey exhibition Juergen Teller enjoys the timeless charm of a Cecil Beaton portrait, David Goldblatt believes...

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