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  1. Blog
    1 September 2014
    Flavia Frigeri

    In our last blog post of the series, assistant curator Flavia Frigeri explains how Matisse's cut-outs were transformed into cloth in what the...

  2. Blog
    22 August 2014
    Flavia Frigeri

    Flavia Frigeri, assistant curator of our Matisse cut-outs exhibition, writes on how Matisse's wrangling with the question of how to represent a...

  3. Blog
    6 August 2014
    Flavia Frigeri

    This week Flavia Frigeri, assistant curator of our Matisse cut-outs exhibition, takes a closer look at the honest friendship and open rivalry...

  4. Blog
    7 July 2014
    Rob Smith

    Rob Smith, Head of Education at Bow Arts, an arts educational charity based in East London, writes on how the students of Bow School took...

  5. Blog
    18 June 2014
    Flavia Frigeri

    This week our assistant curator, Flavia Frigeri, explains how the memory of a trip to the South Pacific inspired Matisse to create his first...

  6. Blog
    3 June 2014
    Susan Holtham, Jack O’Halloran

    We all know Matisse was a huge fan of nature, however, did you know he had quite a few furry (and feathered) friends too? Ahead of Matisse...

  7. Blog
    28 May 2014

    Department store Liberty are celebrating Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs with specially-commissioned window displays in their landmark Soho store....

  8. Blog
    27 May 2014
    Louise Cohen, Jack O’Halloran, Kat Mansoor

    Matisse and jazz are inextricably linked. As part of the upcoming Matisse Live broadcast, we invited the jazz legend Courtney Pine to compose a...

  9. Blog
    16 May 2014
    Jack O’Halloran

    The researcher behind our first ever live broadcast cinema event, Matisse Live, explores how the artist's childhood exposure to colour and...

  10. Blog
    14 May 2014
    Flavia Frigeri

    This week, Assistant Curator Flavia Frigeri takes us on a trip to Matisse's studio at Villa le Rêve to explore how the artist's collection of...

  11. Blog
    2 May 2014
    Flavia Frigeri

    Assistant Curator, Flavia Frigeri, explores the artist’s studio at the time of his cut-outs

  12. Blog
    23 April 2014
    Kirstie Beaven1, Sofie Roberts

    The rhythms of Matisse's work are musically interpreted for us by Alan Scholefield, who finds 'a score of sorts for the dance of Matisse’s "carving...

  13. Blog
    14 April 2014
    Susan Holtham

    Picture it now: the year is 1953 and the place is Cimiez, a hilltop suburb of Nice in the south of France, studded with palm trees. You’re in a...

  14. Blog
    4 March 2014
    Nicholas Serota

    Director of Tate, Nicholas Serota, introduces a major exhibition of Matisse's cut-outs coming to Tate Modern this spring, and explains why this...