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Myth & gesture

Alan Davie was a vital post-war link between British and international art. Colette Swires introduces a retrospective of his 65-year ...

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ARTIST ROOMS: Roy Lichtenstein: Reflections on Pop

Roy Lichtenstein, one of the most important and recognisable American artists of the post war era, was born on this ...

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Atul Dodiya on Malevich

When Tate Etc. invited a selection of artists from around the world to write about how Kazimir Malevich has inspired ...

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Lulu Guinness's top ten fashion meets art moments

The British accessories fashion designer Lulu Guinness OBE shares her top ten moments where the worlds of art and fashion ...

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A gift of sculpture: Tate Britain rehang In Focus I

From his earliest days as a student in the 1920s to the 1950s when he was a Trustee and until ...

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Behind the curtain

Behind the curtain; Paul Farley in the Tate Archive; Tate Etc. magazine issue 1
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Fauvism

Fauvism is the name applied to the work produced by a group of artists (which included Henri Matisse and André ...

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Gauguin - it's time to install the show

Blog article by Tate curator Christine Riding about the construction of the exhibition spaces in advance of the Gauguin exhibition ...
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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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The drink that fuelled a nation's art: Degas, Sickert and Toulouse-Lautrec

The Green Goddess haunted a nation and fuelled its art, including that of Degas, Sickert and Toulouse-Lautrec.

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You can hear the welding. And you can hear the blows of the hammer: David Smith

Richard Wentworth saw David Smith’s Wagon II in Smith’s outdoor studio in New York in the 1970s. Here ...

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The Art of Bloomsbury

Take an in-depth look at the ideas, inspirations and development of the art of the Bloomsbury Group through the work ...

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A stubborn cornerstone at the onset of modernism: Henri Rousseau

Dexter Dalwood and Nancy Ireson explore the enduring influence and legacy of the self-taught French artist Henri Rousseau

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‘I’ll find a way to slip in a great big incongruity from time to time’: René Magritte

In 1947 Magritte gave up what he called his ‘tactile conformism’ partly to distance himself from the rigours of Parisian ...

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Little Sun: Sunlight Graffiti

When people go to a museum, they tend to think that they primarily take in the museum and the artworks ...

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Work of the Week: Phantom Ride by Simon Starling

Dating back to early cinema, phantom rides were films shot by cameramen literally strapped to the very front of a ...

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When history collapses Into the present: Dexter Dalwood

When history collapses Into the present; David Anfam on Dexter Dalwood, Tate Etc. issue 18 Spring 2010
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Jackson Pollock: Separating Man from Myth

Jackson Pollock's reputation – salacious untruths in tow – often precedes him. With an exhibition at Tate Liverpool exploring the blind ...

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Wifredo Lam: Man of the World

Cuban born artist, Wifredo Lam, spent much of his life on the road. The influence of his travels can be ...

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Say hello to my python: Joan Miró III

The celebrated zoologist and Surrealist painter shared his first London exhibition with Miró – and introduced him to a snake at ...