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British Art Network

The British Art Network is a Subject Specialist Network bringing together professionals working on British art including curators, researchers and ...

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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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Bodies of Nature Essay Bodies of (Human) Nature: Nymphs in British Art 1780–1840

Bodies of (Human) Nature: Nymphs in British Art 1780–1840. Essay by Cora Gilroy-Ware for Tate's BT Spotlights display ...
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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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The Arctic Fantasies of Edwin Landseer and Briton Riviere: Polar Bears, Wilderness and Notions of the Sublime

Nineteenth-century images of the Arctic suggest that the sublime lost its religious and moral dimensions. While Frederic Church’s painting ...

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Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows exhibited 1831 by John Constable Reassessing the Rainbow

Tate Research In Focus project on John Constable's Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows 1831
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Wrestlers 1914, cast 1965, by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska Muscular Modernism

Sarah Victoria Turner explores the circumstances of the making of the relief and the posthumous cast of Wrestlers by Henri ...
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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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Meryon 1960–1 by Franz Kline A Passion for the Print

In Focus study by AnnMarie Perl on Meryon 1960–1 by Franz Kline, a Tate Research publication
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Sugar, Salt and Curdled Milk: Millais and the Synthetic Subject

This article examines the sexual imagery of particular paintings by the Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais. It argues that criticism ...

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August Sander’s Portraits of Persecuted Jews

Countering the characterisation of August Sander’s work as politically neutral, Rose-Carol Washton Long argues that the ‘The Persecuted’ and ...

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Listening for the Sublime: Aural-Visual Improvisations in Nineteenth-Century Musical Art

Music’s capacity to expose the contradictions which emerged within late nineteenth-century understandings of the sublime is explored in relation ...

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Curving Round: David Sylvester and the ‘Rediscovery’ of David Bomberg

Lee Hallman considers how David Sylvester’s role in the rehabilitation of David Bomberg’s reputation in the 1950s and ...

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Psychosis and the Sublime in American Art: Rothko and Smithson The Sublime Object

This paper addresses the work of Mark Rothko (1903–1970) and Robert Smithson (1938–1973), and, referring to the philosopher ...

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Border Crossing

Nahnou-Together is a partnership programme involving art museums and an informal art school, in Amman, Damascus and London. This paper ...

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No End to the End: The Desert as Eschatology in Late Modernity

At the height of the Cold War, artists, writers and filmmakers in America turned to the desert as a space ...

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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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Cy Twombly’s Humanist Upbringing

In the United States postmodern scepticism often has relegated Cy Twombly’s engagement with classical and humanist themes to nostalgia ...

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Damien Hirst’s Shark: Nature, Capitalism and the Sublime

Focusing on Damien Hirst’s The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living 1991 which contains a ...

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Art in Focus: October 2012

Every Tue, Sat, 2–30 Oct 2012
Art in Focus talks on JMW Turner's Rome, from the Vatican, Tate Britain, October 2012
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