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As we anticipate Sarah Lucas’ 2015 Venice pavilion we take a look back over her eclectic career
Black Mountain College was a highly influential school founded in North Carolina, USA, in 1933 where teaching was experimental and ...
Russet Lederman: Then and Now: Japanese Women Photographers of the 1970s and '80s Revealed Through their Photobooks
Christine Eyene: An image of our own: Curating African and Diaspora Women’s Visual Narratives
Tate and Sadler's Wells unveil a new joint commission on display at the theatre
Stuart Brisley is an artist often hailed as the 'godfather of British performance art', who has worked in a wide ...
Francesco Clemente gives TateShots a tour of his studios in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
From dazzle ships to Whistler, the Liverpool Biennial has taken over the city. TateShots takes a tour of the UK ...
Susumu Koshimizu is a Japanese artist known for making sculptures that expose the surface quality of different materials
Pioneer of Pop and master of collage Peter Blake invites us into his studio
Artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah discusses how he navigates between the gallery and cinema, what compelled him to make his ...
Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May explains his obsession with Victorian stereoscopic photographs
Artist Allen Jones on Roy Lichtenstein and the power of Pop Art
Argentinian conceptual artist David Lamelas takes some time to reflect on the many forms he’s worked in.
Reading between the lines: tabloids and art
John Singer Sargent painted Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose in 1885-6 and it has become one of the nation’s most ...
A discussion with Amandla Stenberg, Mars and Lorna Simpson about the youth-led movement #ArtHoe and how it relates to Simpson’s work