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Answers to our Art & artist quiz 2013

Answers to the art and artist quiz about the most popular content on Tate's website this year
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Close up: For Whom the Bell Tolls by Marlene Dumas

The subjects of Marlene Dumas’s paintings are drawn from both personal and public and personal references - from self-portraits and ...

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Body art

Body art is art in which the body, often that of the artist, is the principal medium and focus

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Evidence 1977 by Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel The Evidence of Images

Tate Research In Focus project on Evidence 1977 by Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel
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Life and Landscape on the Norfolk Broads

In the late 19th century the writer and photographer Peter Henry Emerson collaborated with the artist Thomas Frederick Goodall to ...

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From fruits to suits Constellations at Tate Liverpool

Sacha Waldron charts a course through Tate Liverpool's series of long-term displays of the collection

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Gabriel Orozco's world tour. Which show did you prefer?

This exhibition has travelled to three other venues before Tate Modern: the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Kunstmuseum Basel ...

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Archives & Access project: Latest news from the Project Manager, September 2014 By Polly Christie

Blog post showcasing the latest news from the Project Manager of the Archives & Access project
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Carved with light

We know her best through her sculptures, but one of the many outcomes of Barbara Hepworth's friendship with László ...

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Tate Etc. issue 41: Autumn 2017 I See Our True Colours by Chris Steele-Perkins

The photographer looks back at his book The Pleasure Principle, which captured the kaleidoscopic hedonism of 1980s England

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What are you looking at? The female gaze

What are you looking at? Gilda Williams casts an eye over the photographic works of four female artists: Vanessa Beecroft ...

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ARTIST ROOMS blog: Diane Arbus portraiture workshops in Kirkcaldy

Photographer and educator Alicia Bruce writes about her workshops on portraiture inspired by the ARTIST ROOMS Diane Arbus exhibition at ...
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Close up: Evil is Banal by Marlene Dumas

Marlene Dumas has been called 'the world's most interesting figure painter'. Never painting directly from life, her psychologically charged ...

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Pegwell Bay, Kent – a Recollection of October 5th 1858 ?1858–60 by William Dyce

Using contemporary reviews of this major work, the artist’s own papers and a visit to the original site, this ...

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Performing for the Camera: 5 key artists

Curator Simon Baker, selects his top five artists from the forthcoming Performing for the Camera at the Tate Modern, which ...

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Tate Debate: Is London’s skyline losing its edge?

With a recorded history dating back to over 2,000 years ago and having survived civil warbubonic plaqueruinous ...

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People behind the pictures - Painting with Light

In the early years of photography, photographers and painters collaborated, borrowed and shared ideas, ushering in a period of innovation ...

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Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art Eddie Peake

Case study on Eddie Peake's Amidst a Sea of Flailing High Heels and Cooking Utensils, part 1 2012, part ...
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On the home front Recent Acquisition: Margaret Harrison

The pioneering feminist artist talks to Tate Etc.’s Mariko Finch about her 1977 piece Homeworkers, a politically potent work ...

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Hold still Performing for the Camera at Tate Modern

Photography changed the way we look at ourselves and how we might act in front of a camera. But it ...