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Lightning and Rain: Phenomenology, Psychoanalysis and Matisse’s Hand: Involuntary Drawing

A celebrated sequence of slow-motion footage of Matisse’s working hand fascinated philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty and psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan. This ...

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Xing Danwen 邢丹文

Xing Danwen (born 1967) is best known for her photographic work documenting the underground cultural and artistic activities in mid-to-late ...

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‘Marx on the Wall’: Muralism and Anglo-American Exchange during the 1930s

This article explores English artists’ support for socially engaged public mural painting during the 1930s in relation to international developments ...

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Adam: An Early Exhibition and Ownership History

In Focus project on Adam (1951, 1952) by Barnett Newman, authored by Michael Schreyach with contributions by Michael Leja and ...
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August Sander’s Der Bauer and the Pervasiveness of the Peasant Tradition

Examining August Sander’s Der Bauer group of photographs in relation to the historical representation of peasants in German art ...

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As Seen: Modern British Painting and Visual Experience

During the twentieth century several important British artists began to paint features of visual experience rarely ever painted before, including ...

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Rebuilding New York

Alex Taylor 'Rebuilding New York', as part of the Tate In Focus research project exploring Black Wall 1959 by Louise ...
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A ‘penchant for the dramatic’: Rothenstein and Modern Theatre

Tate In Focus project exploring The Doll’s House 1899–1900 by William Rothenstein
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The Dimensions of Performance

Jonah Westerman examines the history of the term ‘performance’ since the mid-twentieth century and considers how the category has come ...

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Polke dots

Sausages and potatoes, fairytale images and the dots of newspaper photographs – Sigmar Polke explores modern reality through an extraordinary range ...

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Lessons Learned: Landmark Exhibitions Issue

The artist Hans Haacke presents a career overview of his involvement with recurring exhibitions, from documenta 2 (1959) via the ...

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I've got this strange feeling...: The uncanny

Following Mike Kelley’s exhibition The Uncanny at Tate Liverpool, the artist and Jeffrey Sconce talk about Freud, the power ...

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Re:Viewing Walls Paper

Tate Research In Focus study on Walls Paper 1972 by Gordon Matta-Clark
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On Painting: Art & Language

This paper was presented by members of Art & Language (Michael Baldwin, Charles Harrison and Mel Ramsden) at Tate Modern ...

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MicroTate 9: Environment special

Climate change is the biggest challenge facing the world. Rising ocean temperatures and increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere ...

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Francis Bacon: Back to Degas: Rothenstein Lecture 2011

Providing the first focused account of Francis Bacon’s artistic dialogue with Edgar Degas, Martin Hammer argues that the French ...

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August Sander’s Portraits of Persecuted Jews

Countering the characterisation of August Sander’s work as politically neutral, Rose-Carol Washton Long argues that the ‘The Persecuted’ and ...

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Representation and Reputation: Barbara Hepworth’s Relationships with her American and British Dealers

After the Second World War Barbara Hepworth sought to raise her profile in America, but her attempts to do so ...

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Some Notes on Words and Things in Cy Twombly’s Sculptural Practice

This paper presents an extended close reading of Cy Twombly’s Untitled (Funerary Box for a Lime Green Python), 1954 ...

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A Short History of Evidence: An Interview with Mike Mandel

Published as part of a Tate Research In Focus study on Evidence 1977 by Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel