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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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Abstract Painting c.1914 by Vanessa Bell Bell in Europe

Tate Research In Focus project on Vanessa Bell's Abstract Painting 1914
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Gothic Romance and the Quixotic Hero:A Pageant for Henry Fuseli in 1783

Henry Fuseli (1741–1825) was one of the most inventive artists of his age, exploring the strange and fantastic in ...

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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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Art World, Network and Other Alloway Keywords

The British critic Lawrence Alloway (1926–1990) generated a new vocabulary for American art of the 1960s and 1970s. This ...

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Van Dyck and Tapestry in England

Van Dyck first came to England in 1620, when the Surrey-based Mortlake Manufactory began making tapestries. Simon Turner considers whether ...

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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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Regular Novelties: Lawrence Alloway's Film Criticism

The uncertain relationship between art and industry was at the heart of the questions Lawrence Alloway had been asking about ...

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Face-Off in Weimar Culture: The Physiognomic Paradigm, Competing Portrait Anthologies, and August Sander’s Face of Our Time

August Sander’s photobook Face of Our Time is discussed in relation to interest in physiognomy in Weimar Germany. Much ...

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‘New Ways of Modern Bohemia’: Edward Burra in London, Paris, Marseilles and Harlem Rothenstein Lecture

Paying close attention to Edward Burra’s letters, scrapbooks and other archival material, Andrew Stephenson reveals the impact that the ...

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Becoming Machine: Surrealist Automatism and Some Contemporary Instances Involuntary Drawing

Examining the idea of being ‘machine-like’ and its impact on the practice of automatic writing, this article charts a history ...

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Sir Edward Manton's Glebe: Completing the Provenance of Constable's Glebe Farm Sketch c.1830

When John Constable’s sketch of The Glebe Farm was formally presented to Tate Britain in 2006, after the death ...

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‘A gallery in the mind’? William Hazlitt, Edmund Spenser and the Old Masters WILLIAM HAZLITT

This essay explores the associations made by William Hazlitt between the work of the Elizabethan poet Edmund Spenser and paintings ...

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The Separateness of Things, Victor Burgin

In 1986 Victor Burgin made a series of photographic works based on Edward Hopper's painting Office at Night 1940 ...

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Glazing Over: A Review of Glazing Options for Works of Art on Paper

This paper summarises the advantages and disadvantages of glazing options, focusing on works on paper. In light of continuous improvements ...

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Figure and Landscape: Barbara Hepworth’s Phenomenology of Perception

Barbara Hepworth’s development of the figure in landscape theme to which she turned increasingly after moving to St Ives ...

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To Be Continued: Periodic Exhibitions (documenta, For Example) Landmark Exhibitions Issue

In this paper the author reflects on the early history of the dOCUMENTA exhibitions held every five years in Kassel ...

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Production in View: Allan Sekula’s Fish Story and the Thawing of Postmodernism

Bill Roberts argues that Fish Story 1989–95 by the photographer and theorist Allan Sekula expresses a shift from a ...

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Damien Hirst’s Shark: Nature, Capitalism and the Sublime

Focusing on Damien Hirst’s The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living 1991 which contains a ...