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'It was like drawing, but with scissors… there was sensuality in the cutting' Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

One person who witnessed Matisse making the cut-outs first hand was his one-time assistant Jacqueline Duhême, who, as a twenty-year-old ...
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Wifredo Lam: the Albissola years

The Cuban-born artist Wifredo Lam (1902–1982), whose retrospective at Tate Modern opens in September, spent the last decades of ...

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Ed Ruscha Learning Resource

This resource is designed to aid teachers and educators using the ARTIST ROOMS Ed Ruscha collection with groups of young ...

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Lifestyle and Legacy of the Bloomsbury Group

Privileged bohemians who dabbled in the arts – or creatives who made an important contribution to the development of modern ...


Think You Know Pop Art?

Think again... You've heard of the titans of the pop art movement – Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol – and ...

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If at first you don't succeed, celebrate Failure

Lisa Le Feuvre on Failure, Tate Etc issue 19, Spring 2010
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'We will go right up to the sun' The EY Exhibition: Sonia Delaunay

An important figure in the Parisian avant-garde, Sonia Delaunay (1885–1979) brought extraordinary inventiveness to a range of works, which ...


Recreating Mondrian's Paris studio at Tate Liverpool

The summer exhibition at Tate Liverpool allows an insight into the ‘unique sensation of seeing’ Piet Mondrian’s most acclaimed ...

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Between terror and ecstasy Artistic hallucination

Stories of hallucinations in art and literature date back to the Bible, but the idea of the artistic hallucination is ...


A reputation restored The rediscovery of sculptor Ronald Moody

Self-taught wood-carver Ronald Moody, a former dentist born in Jamaica, is revealed as one of Britain's most remarkable Modernist ...

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Image/ word Poets and visual artists

Vincent Katz on poets and visual artists; Tate Etc essay, summer 2009 issue

The Bronze Age Henry Moore

Henry Moore's global fame cast a huge shadow over a generation of younger British sculptors. Chris Turner examines the ...

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Lights, camera, ...metamorphosis Salvador Dalí

Salvador Dalí as filmmaker? A strange idea to those who think he was little more than a one-time collaborator with ...

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Francis Wells on Luke Fildes’s The Doctor 1891, Alexa de Ferranti on William Hogarth’s The Painter and his Pug 1745 ...

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The ambiguous pleasures of Puritanism William Scott at Tate St Ives

William Scott (1913–1989) is known for his still lifes, landscapes and nudes produced over a 60-year period. A friend ...


Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art Paulina Olowska

Case study on Paulina Olowska's The Mother: An Unsavoury Play in Two Acts and an Epilogue 2014, part of ...
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‘I’d like to have stepped on Goya’s toes, shouted in his ears and punched him in the face’ Jake and Dinos Chapman

Jake and Dinos Chapman obsessively return to Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes’ gore-filled The Disasters of War series. Jake ...

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The art of writing with people Art and dance

The practice of choreographed movement has never been merely about decorative spectacle, but as artists and performers have shown throughout ...