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Gerhard Richter: the last flicker of post-war painting?

Gerhard Richter: the last flicker of post-war painting? Tate blog article

Lawrence Alloway: Reflections on the workshop

Reflections on the Lawrence Alloway workshop at Tate Britain from June 2013.
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The lowly weed has its day: Private view

The celebrated nature writer takes a personal tour of those lesser known pictorial heroes that feature in many works within ...

Artist interview: Manolo Valdés (Equipo Crónica)

Interview with the artist Manolo Valdés (Equipo Crónica), included in the World Goes Pop exhibition at Tate Modern.

Cildo Meireles, explore the exhibition, room 2

Cildo Meireles; past exhibition at Tate Modern

Level 2 Gallery: Here We Dance: Artists

Level 2 Gallery: Here We Dance past exhibition at Tate Modern

Century City: Paris 1905–15

Century City past exhibition at Tate Modern
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Sites of Disturbance: Systems of Knowledge and Hiller’s Anarchival Impulse

Tate Research In Focus project on From the Freud Museum 1991–6 by Susan Hiller
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But is it installation art?

What does the term ‘installation art’ mean? Does it apply to big dark rooms that you stumble into to watch ...

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From the Issue of Art to the Issue of Position: The Echoes of Socialist Realism

Socialist Realism represented the dominant creative method of China’s revolutionary era, yet critical histories of the practice are limited. This ...

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Andrei Tarkovsky and Contemporary Art: Medium and Mediation

The rediscovery of the Soviet film director Andrei Tarkovsky (1932–1986) as an artist in the cinema allows us to ...

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Participant Biographies

Participant Biographies; Tate Papers no.8, following the Inherent Vice confernece on the replication of fragile and disintegrating scultpure
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Diffractive Analysis: Embodied Encounters in Contemporary Artistic Video Practice

This paper details how diffractive analysis, a practice-based research methodology combining methods from art practice, art history and cultural studies ...

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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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Tate Papers publishes scholarly articles relating to Tate’s collection and varied activities as a museum twice a year. Read ...
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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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The Legacy of Interaction: Artists at the Imperial War Museum 1981–2007

The idea that artists might reinvigorate and activate collections in new ways no longer seems a radical concept, but this ...

Other works in Room 1

Street & Studio: An Urban History of Photography at Tate Modern 22 May – 31 September 2008 Room 1 artworks

Objects in Relation – Essay

Art Now: Goshka Macuga: Objects in Relation - Essay, past Tate Britain exhibition

Infinite Possibilities: Progress on the Treatment of 'Whaam!'

While waiting for the mock-ups to age, the Nanorestart team examined the painting surface in detail, explored Lichtenstein's artistic ...