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Diane Arbus: Three Images

Diane Arbus used her camera to bypass the pleasantries required when meeting strangers. Her photographs cut right to the quick ...

ARTIST ROOMS Ed Ruscha: Summary & Glossary

ARTIST ROOMS learning resource on American pop artist Ed Ruscha - summary of key points and glossary of terms
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Don McCullin: 'I hate being known as a war photographer'

Photographs that show no signs of war was shown at Tate

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Bob and Roberta Smith: Make Art Not War, 1997

This display reveals art’s potential to comment on socio-political events, and expands on how artists reflect on conflicts and their ...

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A matter of time

The ability to play with time, stretching and quickening it is a distinctively modern phenomenon, since the advent of photography ...

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An Architectural Perspective: Conversation with Philip Ursprung

Tate Research In Focus study on Walls Paper 1972 by Gordon Matta-Clark
Picture Essay

Inside the home of collector David King

Discover how the world's largest Soviet art and design collection came to be

Exhibition Guide

Red Star Over Russia: A revolution in visual culture 1905–55

2017 marks the centenary of the October Revolution. This exhibition explores the visual culture that emerged in its wake

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Bauhaus 101: what you need to know

After our series of lessons from Paul Klee's Pedagogical Sketchbook, our blogs editor sits down with curator Matthew Gale ...

Diary: working with Activity Slide Lab: Tina Weidner

Tina Weidner's diary describes her working with Activity Slide Lab as part of the Dying Technologies research project
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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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Interview with Boris Groys

As part of In Focus for Tate, Chad Alias interviews critic and theorist Boris Groys to explore the primarily theoretical ...
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Mirella Bartrip imagines the Dancing Museum

Mirella Bartrip from Trinity Laban shares her ideas on the Dancing Museum
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Lawrence Alloway: Art Writers in Britain

Writer, curator and critic Lawrence Alloway (1926–1990) is best known for his contributions to curating and art criticism after ...

Hearing from our supporters: Dr Martin Kenig talks to us about his support of Tate

A question and answer session with Dr Martin Kenig given to Silver Patrons, Tate Archive volunteers and Members of The ...

Dorothée Selz

Biography for the artist Dorothée Selz, included in the World Goes Pop exhibition at Tate Modern.