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John Smith: Playing with the power of language

John Smith is a British artist and experimental filmmaker

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William Klein: In Pictures

An exclusive interview with photographer William Klein and first-ever glimpse behind the scenes his Paris studio

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Why I Love: Corey on The Flight out of Egypt

Hear our staff talk about their favourite artworks

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Why I Love: Martin on The Passing Winter

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Why I Love: Jessye on Inflammatory Essays

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Why I Love: Alex on Monument for the Living

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John Hilliard: 'Everything comes down to time and light'

The conceptual artist's work explores the technical and sculptural nature of photography

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Rothko on Stage

The cast and director of West End play Red discuss the process of bringing artist Mark Rothko to life on ...

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Can an Object be a Performance? How Art Became Active Ep 3 of 5

Five episodes introducing the art of performance

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Can My Body be Art? How Art Became Active Ep 2 of 5

Five episodes introducing the art of performance

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Why Dance in a Museum? How Art Became Active Ep 1 of 5

Five episodes introducing the art of performance

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William Kentridge: ‘Art must defend the uncertain’

His studio in Johannesburg is a ‘vital physical and psychic space’ where he conceives and develops his ambitious projects

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Claudia Rankine on William Kentridge

Watch poet and author, Claudia Rankine discuss William Kentridge and his artwork that encompasses both beauty and politics

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Tony Cragg: 'Be there, see it, respond to it'

We visit the studio of one of Britain's leading sculptors

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160 cm Line Tattooed on 4 People

What questions does this work raise? Tate guide Amy Lin

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Schad - Self Portrait

This painting is typical of the new objectivity movement of 1920s Germany. Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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Rothko - 4

Why did Rothko refuse to complete his commission? Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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Rothko - 3

Rothko was a colour field artist. Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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Cage (1) - (6)

What are these paintings about? Tate guide Sue Hammerson?