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The Exquisite Corpse is alive and well: Collaboration

The exquisite corpse is alive and well; Anne Ellegood on Collaboration, Tate Etc. issue 18 Spring 2010
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The Body is Present Even if in Disguise: Tracing the Trace in the Artwork of Nancy Spero and Ana Mendieta

In the early 1990s Nancy Spero (born 1926) composed a series of homages to the Cuban artist, Ana Mendieta (1948 ...

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As Seen: Modern British Painting and Visual Experience

During the twentieth century several important British artists began to paint features of visual experience rarely ever painted before, including ...

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First Encounters with Rauschenberg: Richard Wentworth

Richard Wentworth relives teenage memories from the early 1960s when he visited an extraordinary exhibition by Robert Rauschenberg in London’s ...

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To the Ends of the Earth: Art and Environment: Art & Environment

Introducing the group of articles devoted to the theme of ‘Art & Environment’ in Tate Papers no.17, this essay ...

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‘The Whole Question of Plinths’ in Barbara Hepworth’s 1968 Tate Retrospective

In 1968 Barbara Hepworth was honoured with a significant retrospective at the Tate Gallery. This paper offers a close reading ...

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Museum Studies as Critical Praxis: Developing an Active Approach to Teaching, Research and Practice

This article argues that museum studies as an academic discipline needs to take a more active approach to effecting change ...

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Artistic Responses to the Lebanese Wars

Chad Elias explores artistic responses to the Lebanese Wars for Tate In Focus.
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Interview with Rabih Mroué

Chad Elias interviews artist Rabih Mroué as part of a Tate In Focus project.
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Developing Strategies for the Conservation of Installations Incorporating Time-Based Media: Gary Hill’s Between Cinema and a Hard Place

Strategies for the conservation of a complex installation by Gary Hill (born 1951) are discussed with special reference to the ...

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Something's wrong: Melanie McGrath on Tracey Emin

Few artists are subjected to fierce public scrutiny in the British tabloids like Tracey Emin. But is she a great ...

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Political Pop: An Introduction

Curator Jessica Morgan explores the politics of Pop Art in conjunction with the World Goes Pop exhibition at Tate Modern.
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Constable's Sketch for Hadleigh Castle: A Technical Examination

Constable (1776–1837) made one of his characteristic 'six footer' oil sketches in preparation for Hadleigh Castle which he exhibited ...

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Chen Qiulin 陈秋林

Chen Qiulin (born 1975) works primarily with the moving image but also performance, photography and installation. Interested in reality for ...

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Lives of the artists

Flamboyant. Extravagant. Megalomanic. Alcoholic. Sexually obsessed. Manic-depressive. How important is persona in understanding an artist’s practice? By Alison Gingeras

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Anthony McCall’s Line Describing a Cone

Mark Godfrey and Anthony McCall, Anthony McCall’s Line Describing a Cone; Tate Papers no.8
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Wrinkles in Time

Tate Research publication 'In Focus: Wrinkle 1968 by Liliana Porter' by Sophie Halart, published January 2018
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Biopolitical Effigies: The Volatile Life-Cast in the Work of Paul Thek and Lynn Hershman Leeson

In the late 1960s and early 1970s American artists Paul Thek and Lynn Hershman Leeson independently created wax effigies and ...

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To Dispel a Great Malady: Robinson in Ruins, the Future of Landscape and the Moving Image: Art & Environment

Patrick Keiller’s film Robinson in Ruins was made as part of an AHRC project, ‘The Future of Landscape and ...

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Duchamp, Childhood, Work and Play: The Vernissage for First Papers of Surrealism, New York, 1942

Visitors to the opening of the First Papers of Surrealism exhibition in New York in 1942 were disorientated, not only ...