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    Caoimhín Mac Giolla Léith

    For the latest Duveen Commission at Tate Britain, Eva Rothschild has created a startling new sculpture that weaves its way through the gallery's...

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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 Grant

    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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    Yuko Hasegawa

    The author visits Fuyuko Matsui in her Tokyo studio

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    Michael Bracewell

    Folklore, mythology, mysticism and the occult pervade the development of modernism and Surrealism in Britain, especially in relation to the nation...

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    Brian Dillon

    As the Polish artist undertakes the tenth Unilever Series commission in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall this autumn, he reveals how family memories and...

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    Jessica Morgan

    The Los Angeles-based artist John Baldessari (born 1931) made his name as a pioneer of conceptual art in the 1960s with his text and image...

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    Skylar Haskard, Frederic Tuten

    Four appreciations of John Baldessari, including an artist's project by Rita McBride and a short fiction story by Frederic Tuten.

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    Nicole Brenez

    The pioneering filmmaker and theorist Harun Farocki has made more than 90 films - ranging from experimental documentaries to large-scale...

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    Enrico David, Roger Hiorns, Lucy Skaer, Richard Wright, Darian Leader

    Each year the Turner Prize generates media coverage which gives only a fleeting idea of the practice of the artists involved. Tate Etc. brings...

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    James Hall

    Tate Britain's autumn exhibition features some of Turner's best paintings alongside works by old masters and his contemporaries, but how closely...

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    Michael Landy

    The author co-curates an exhibition of Jean Tinguely's work for Tate Liverpool.

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    Tim Etchells, Sally O'Reilly, Mark Leckey, Martin Bax

     Contemporary reflections on a work in the Tate collection

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    Jacob Polley

    The author finds an intriguing nineteenth-century photograph in the Tate Archive

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    Michael Diers

    Trompe l'œil celebrated as the art of illusion in antiquity.

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    Claire Bishop, Boris Groys

    As well as being noted for their avant-garde painting, the Futurists' performances were legendary for their intent to provoke and scandalise the...

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    Kurt W. Forster

    Armin Linke has a studio in a humdrum part of Milan, but if one wishes to do more than catch a glimpse of this peripatetic photographer, one needs...

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    Robert Macfarlane

    In 1980 Richard Long exhibited at the newly opened Anthony d’Offay Gallery in Dering Street, London. The show was mixed-media: maps and photographs...

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    Carl Andre

    I first encountered Richard Long’s work in Konrad Fischer’s gallery in Düsseldorf. I was at once surprised and disturbed by the installation of...

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    David Batchelor

    My original motives for making monochromes – back in the late 1980s – were vaguely malicious. The subject was interesting because it seemed to be...

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