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Edward Ruscha: The tension of words and images

Ed began his career as a layout artist at a Los Angeles advertising agency in the late 1950s

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The photographic portfolio: Karl Blossfeldt and Germaine Krull: until 17 June 2018

Published in the 1928, Karl Blossfeldt and Germaine Krull ’s photographic portfolios explore the intricate shapes of natural and man-made ...

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Seven reasons why you'll like Philippe Parreno’s work

What does cinema, football and strange science have to do with the artist’s work?

Artist interview: Martha Rosler

Interview with the artist Martha Rosler, included in the World Goes Pop exhibition at Tate Modern.
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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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Exhibition guide: Life in Motion

Find out more about our exhibition at Tate Liverpool

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The 'Comic Sublime’ : Eileen Agar at Ploumanac’h

In 1936 the English surrealist Eileen Agar photographed the extraordinary rock formations at Ploumanac'h in Brittany. This paper examines ...

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Richard Hamilton’s The annunciation

This article traces Richard Hamilton’s use of photography and digital technologies to subtly undermine verisimilitude in his print The ...

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August Sander and the Artists: Locating the Subjects of New Objectivity

Dorothy C. Rowe sheds light on the role played by photographer August Sander among the group of artists known as ...

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The Photographic Comportment of Bernd and Hilla Becher

Bernd and Bernd and Hilla Becher first began their project of systematically photographing industrial structures in the late 1950s. This ...

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Waiting: Loops in Time

Tate In Focus research project exploring Waiting for Tear Gas 1999–2000 by Allan Sekula
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Somebody to talk to: John Baldessari

The Los Angeles-based artist John Baldessari (born 1931) made his name as a pioneer of conceptual art in the 1960s ...

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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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Inescapable truths: Gerhard Richter I

Tate Modern’s  exhibition explores the work produced over almost five decades by one of today’s most highly regarded ...

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The soul laid bare: Edvard Munch at Tate Modern I

The Norwegian artist is best known for his pictures of moody lovers and tortured souls. However, these were not merely ...

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Gerhard Richter: Panorama

On the eve of a major retrospective at Tate Modern, the artist talks about his life and work

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River of dreams: Turner Whistler Monet

When the seventeenth-century diarist John Evelyn described London as a ‘Hellish and dismall Cloud of SEA-COALE’, he was one ...