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Blog Welcome to the colourful world of Matisse at Tate Modern

As Henri Matisse’s cut-outs arrive at Tate Modern, we invite you to step back into the artist’s light-flooded studio in the south of France

Blog Join our #Matisse Twitter tour

Can’t wait for Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs? Get exclusive access in a Twitter #TateTour of the exhibition by Assistant Curator Flavia Frigeri

Blog Listen back to thirty years of art

The full catalogue of the cassette-magazine Audio Arts is now available to listen to online. Featuring interviews with artists, from Warhol to Duchamp, here are five highlights

Blog Welcome to the winding world of Richard Deacon

As sculptures of wood, metal, cloth and clay by the expert material manipulator fill the galleries of Tate Britain, take a closer look at one of the biggest works in this retrospective, the room-sized After

Blog Nicholas Serota on the magic of Matisse

Director of Tate, Nicholas Serota, introduces a major exhibition of Matisse’s cut-outs coming to Tate Modern this spring, and explains why this is a once-in-a-lifetime show

In pictures In pictures: Nigel Henderson

Nigel Henderson beautifully captures the charm of everyday London life alongside the long lasting effects of World War II

Blog How do you build a robot?

Winners of the IK Prize 2014, The Workers, discuss their work towards delivering an ambitious digital project where remote controlled camera-equipped robots roam Tate Britain

Blog John Stezaker, 'The Oath' 1978 Why are artists fascinated by ruins?

Brian Dillon, co-curator of Ruin Lust at Tate Britain, takes a close look at a mysterious collage that caught his eye