In this issue: the politics of collaboration, Turner, Hepworth and the value of exhibitions
Christian Weikop on Anselm Kiefer's subversive Heroic Symbols 1969 and interviewing the artist at his studio complex on the outskirts of Paris.
Nanotechnology, contemporary art and the NANORESTART project at Tate. Plastic may seem indestructible, but when it comes to plastic objects in museum collections, it's an entirely different story.
Christian Weikop investigates Anselm Kiefer's Heroic Symbols – hundreds of photographs documenting the artist performing the taboo Sieg Heil salute.
Sam Smiles and Rachel Scott explore the techniques, materials and complicated history of this large oil painting by John Crome.
Samuel Shaw explores this beguiling painting by William Rothenstein, from a critical period in British art history.
Samuel Shaw discusses William Rothenstein's Paris sketchbook, linocuts as a tool for looking and the enigmatic allure of The Doll's House.
Jonah Westerman interviews Catherine Wood, curator of the exhibition A Bigger Splash
- Wednesday 18 November – Friday 20 November 2015
A major international conference focused on the intersection of media art and technological change over time.
In 1960 the critic David Sylvester travelled to New York on a trip that marked a major change in his practice
This new research project will bring together past technical studies as well as new material on Sargent’s methods
The Research Centre exists to promote research and knowledge exchange for learning in galleries
Jonah Westerman considers the place of performance as 'inframedium'
The Rothko conservation project was established to treat the damage caused to Rothko's 'Black on Maroon'
Exhibition catalogue for the Tate Britain 2014 commission with essay, artist proposal and video interview
Research at Tate
Tate is a leading centre for research in visual art, collection care, learning and museum studies
Research Centres focus attention on areas of particular interest and contribute to research communities
Explore current and past research projects at Tate
Opportunities in Tate's Research department include fellowships, research posts, placements and studentships
Discover how Moore made his sculptures and explore his public status
Ongoing series examining works in Tate’s collection
Read about one of Britain's great Romantic artists
Explore the world of the Camden Town Group of artists in Edwardian Britain
Explore the history of the sublime and what it means today
Research resources and facilities
Explore and research all facets of Tate's collection of British, international, modern and contemporary art from 1500 to the present day online
The Library's a unique collection of books, exhibition catalogues and rare items document British art since 1500 and international art since 1900
Tate Archive contains material on artists, art world figures and art organisations in Britain from 1900 to today – browse the catalogue online or visit the Archive at Tate Britain
View works on paper from the collection ranging from the Turner Bequest to modern and contemporary prints and drawings at Tate Britain
Listen to the innovative cassette-magazine Audio Arts, established by Bill Furlong in 1972. Includes interviews with Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys and Marina Abramović
Browse through audio and video recordings from past conferences held at Tate
This network brings together curators, academics and researchers working on British art across the UK. Browse our resources and find out about future events
Tate’s public records document the full range of our activities throughout our history