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  1. Blog
    16 December 2011
    Kirstie Beaven

    How do you deal with an artwork that has a missing piece? This is one of the questions I've been discussing with Rebecca Hellen, paintings...

  2. Blog
    16 December 2011
    Hannah Flynn

    John Martin's Underworld is an interactive story told through Twitter which began on 4 November. Previously in John Martin's Underworld The story...

  3. Blog
    15 December 2011
    Kirstie Beaven

    With the John Martin exhibition on at Tate Britain, we've been looking at apocalyptic visions.

  4. Blog
    15 December 2011
    Anna Ridley

    In 1911, Tate published its first book. One hundred years on, Tate Publishing has released its first digital publication, the Tate Guide to...

  5. Blog
    8 December 2011
    Kirstie Beaven

    This year's Turner Prize winner Martin Boyce has been working with shapes, pattern and forms inspired by French artists Jan and Joel Martel's...

  6. Blog
    1 December 2011
    Hannah Flynn

    Where is British art? Not in a metaphorical sense, but in a geographical sense. The real sense.

  7. Blog
    28 November 2011
    Hannah Flynn

    John Martin's Underworld is an interactive story told through Twitter which began on 4 November. Previously in John Martin's Underworld The story...

  8. Blog
    24 November 2011
    Arwen Fitch

    Here the artist Linder Sterling talks about encountering Hepworth's sculpture garden by torchlight on a dark All Hallow's Eve, exploring her ...

  9. Blog
    24 November 2011
    Kirstie Beaven

    Linder is an artist perhaps best known for her collages of the punk era in the mid 1970s.

  10. Blog
    21 November 2011
    Kirstie Beaven

    The magical process of filmmaking with film (and increasingly even taking stills on film) is becoming more of a mystery than it has ever been.

  11. Blog
    18 November 2011
    Kirstie Beaven

    John Martin's Underworld is an interactive story told through Twitter which began on 4 November. Previously in John Martin's Underworld The story...

  12. Blog
    18 November 2011
    Hannah Flynn

    John Martin's Underworld is an interactive story told through Twitter which began on 4 November. Previously in John Martin's Underworld The story...

  13. Blog
    17 November 2011
    Kirstie Beaven

    Some books, stories and poems seem to stick in the collective psyche and go on to inspire visual representations both in their own time and many...

  14. Blog
    14 November 2011
    Anna Ridley

    To celebrate the centenary of book publishing at Tate, we've put together a display of books produced by Tate between 1911 and 2011. They...

  15. Blog
    14 November 2011
    Martin Myrone

    I spotted a couple of weeks back that in putting 'the month's pop culture images through a high-art blender,' Syke Sherwin in The...

  16. Blog
    14 November 2011
    Martin Myrone

    Artist, inventor, visionary engineer...

  17. Blog
    11 November 2011
    Hannah Flynn

    John Martin's Underworld is an interactive story told through twitter which began on 4 November. The story so far.... Elena Batham came to Tate...

  18. Blog
    10 November 2011
    Arwen Fitch

    Hello, I'm Holly the Trainee Assistant Curator at Tate St Ives.  A 'huge conversation' is how the American abstract painter Mary...

  19. Blog
    10 November 2011
    Kirstie Beaven

    This is a tricky question that comes from the Great British Art Debate. The Great British Art Debate is a partnership between Tate Britain, Tyne ...

  20. Blog
    8 November 2011
    Sharna Jackson

    Last Friday, Tate Kids (@tate_kids on twitter) were excited and pleased to launch Wondermind, our biggest project to date.

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