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Developing the Practitioner-Researcher Within the Art Museum

This paper sets out to explore how research functions in the art museum, and whether our understanding of research and ...

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A Life of Many Dimensions

Patrick Heron's daughters, Katharine and Susanna, celebrate some lesser-known aspects of the painter's life and work

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Documentation and the Information of Art

This article outlines a documentary approach to the study of artistic practice, focusing on the ways in which information is ...

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Exhibition guide: Life in Motion

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Anni Albers

5 Jun 2018

11 October 2018 – 27 January 2019

Presented in The Eyal Ofer Galleries

Supported by the Terra Foundation for American ...

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Exhibition Guide: Aftermath

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Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One

4 Jun 2018

5 June – 23 September 2018

Tate Britain, Linbury Galleries
Supported by Tate Patrons

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John Gibson and the Anglo-Italian Sculpture Market in Rome: Letters, Sketches and Marble

John Gibson established a hugely successful sculpture studio in Rome, and despite strong reasons to return to London, such as ...

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Diffractive Analysis: Embodied Encounters in Contemporary Artistic Video Practice

This paper details how diffractive analysis, a practice-based research methodology combining methods from art practice, art history and cultural studies ...

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Socially Engaged Art and Affective Pedagogy: A Study in Inter-Faith Understanding

This essay examines a contemporary arts project that was designed to increase understanding of different beliefs between children from a ...

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The 1957 Rehang of Tate’s Modern British Gallery: Displaying the Contemporary ‘British School’ in the Context of John Rothenstein’s Later Career

When Tate’s modern British galleries reopened, refurbished and rehung, in 1957, the gallery’s Director John Rothenstein was entering ...

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Exhibition guide: All Too Human

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Exhibition Guide: Shape of Light

Find out more about our exhibition at Tate Modern

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The Upper Room: A Study of Materials and Stability

Chris Ofili’s The Upper Room 1999–2002 consists of thirteen paintings displayed within a specially designed and carefully lit ...

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Museum Studies as Critical Praxis: Developing an Active Approach to Teaching, Research and Practice

This article argues that museum studies as an academic discipline needs to take a more active approach to effecting change ...

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Via della Fontanella 4: John Gibson’s Workshop in Rome

The studio of John Gibson was one of the largest workshops in Rome during the artist’s lifetime, serving as ...

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John Gibson’s Friendship with Charles Eastlake and its Importance in Securing Gibson’s Reputation in London

This article traces the fifty-year friendship between John Gibson and the artist and writer Charles Eastlake. It focuses on their ...

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‘Men thinking, and women tranquil’: John Gibson’s Portraiture Practice

The sculptor John Gibson was a vocal critic of the genre of portraiture, and pitched his reputation around his classical ...

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Confronting Oblivion

Joanna Bourke explores how British, German, Belgian and French artists expressed the psychological fallout of the First World War