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Edward Hopper and British Artists

This article examines the changes in Edward Hopper’s painting style during his stays in Paris between 1906 to 1910 ...

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From the Surreal to the Decorative

He is best known for his paintings from both world wars, as well as his surreal English landscapes, but Paul ...
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Face to Face? An Ethical Encounter with Germany’s Dark Strangers in August Sander’s People of the Twentieth Century

August Sander’s portraits of marginalised subjects are often evoked as visual shorthand for his inclusive vision of the German ...

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Merzzeichnung: Typology and Typography

When Kurt Schwitters began making collages in 1918, the initial term he used to describe them was Merzzeichnungen (Merz drawings ...

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Women Singing II 1966 by Willem de Kooning The Painting

Tate Research In Focus study on Women Singing II 1966 by Willem de Kooning
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A Bigger Splash: Interview with Curator Catherine Wood

Jonah Westerman interviews Catherine Wood, curator of the exhibition A Bigger Splash, held at Tate Modern in 2012, about how ...

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Meryon 1960–1 by Franz Kline A Belated ‘Breakthrough’

In Focus study by AnnMarie Perl on Meryon 1960–1 by Franz Kline, a Tate Research publication
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In search of the real me Chris Ofili

Christy Lange talks to Chris Ofili ahead of his exhibition at Tate Britain

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On the Evolution of a Peer-led Programmme: Tate Forum

This paper reflects on the development of Tate Forum, Tate Britain’s peer-led youth group (established 2002), drawing on interviews ...

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The Doll’s House 1899–1900 by William Rothenstein Exhibition and Reception

Tate In Focus project exploring The Doll’s House 1899–1900 by William Rothenstein
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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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Wrestlers 1914, cast 1965, by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska A Poet’s Response

The poet and wrestler S.J. Fowler considers here the ‘kernel of realism’ in Wrestlers and the relationship of Gaudier-Brzeska ...

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Kenneth Clark and the Death of Painting

Martin Hammer reviews Kenneth Clark’s public spat with Herbert Read about modern art, which erupted in successive issues of ...

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Pop Art and the Socialist ‘Thing’: Dušan Otašević in the 1960s GLOBAL POP

The early work of Dušan Otašević constitutes a rare example of the influence of Anglo-American pop on an eastern European ...

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The Very Late Style of Hans Hartung

Hans Hartung (1904–1989) suffered a major stroke in 1986 and was wheelchair-bound for his remaining years. Yet in this ...

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The Deluge 1920 by Winifred Knights The Painting

Tate Research In Focus project on The Deluge 1920 by Winifred Knights
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Gift 1961–2 by Kenneth Noland The Painting

Alex Taylor on Kenneth Noland's Gift 1961–2, part of a Tate Research In Focus project
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That Uncertain Object: David Sylvester’s Conception of Criticism as a Personal Affair

It has become almost routine to dismiss direct and ‘unmediated’ analyses of artworks but in this essay Brendan Prendeville argues ...

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From Over- to Sub-Exposure: The Anamnesis of Les Immatériaux Landmark Exhibitions Issue

Les Immatériaux, Jean-François Lyotard’s and Thierry Chaput’s 1985 groundbreaking exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, is discussed ...

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To Be Continued: Periodic Exhibitions (documenta, For Example) Landmark Exhibitions Issue

In this paper the author reflects on the early history of the dOCUMENTA exhibitions held every five years in Kassel ...