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Otaïti 1930 by Francis Picabia

Picabia’s so-called ‘transparency’ paintings – of which Otaïti is a prime example – have not been the subject of much technical ...

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Dust and Doubt: The Deserts and Galaxies of Vija Celmins

This article considers one work on paper by Vija Celmins in the ARTIST ROOMS collection: Untitled (Desert–Galaxy) 1974. In ...

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Digitisation and Conservation: Overview of Copyright and Moral Rights in UK Law

Tate Legal and Copyright Department, Digitisation and Conservation: Overview of Copyright and Moral Rights in UK Law; Tate Papers no ...
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‘I loved the bugs, they were gross.’ Ruby, age 9: Turner Prize

On a yearly basis it provokes passionate debate on the state of contemporary British art, and it has inspired other ...

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Opinion: learning from our children

Headteacher Kevin Jones has witnessed how art can change the lives of the children he teaches. Here, he argues why ...

35 mm slide medium: Tina Weidner

The background to slide technology and its use by artists in the Tate collection

Who is Barbara Hepworth?

A look at the life, works and legacy of British sculptor Barbara Hepworth

How it's Made: Millais

In the second of our series on artists' techniques and processes, Susan Breen explains how the paintings conservation team breathed ...


Negative Process

James Nisbet on Salt Flat 1968 by Dennis Oppenheim | part of a Tate In Focus study

This is What Democracy Looks Like

Tate In Focus research project exploring Waiting for Tear Gas 1999–2000 by Allan Sekula
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'Here, I knew I was being watched': BMW Tate Live: Performance Room

BMW Tate Live: Performance Room is a series of performances commissioned and conceived exclusively to be viewed online, and the ...

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'There is always chaos and confusion, but it is in the mind and the will that bring order': Nasreen Mohamedi

The work of Indian artist Nasreen Mohamedi (1937-90) may not be well known but is greatly admired. Her meticulous small ...


Constructivism was a particularly austere branch of abstract art founded by Vladimir Tatlin and Alexander Rodchenko in Russia around 1915

Land art

Land art is art that is made directly in the landscape, sculpting the land itself into earthworks or making structures ...

Genre painting

The term genre painting refers to paintings which depict scenes of everyday life