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Conservation Concerns for Acrylic Emulsion Paints: A Literature Review

Acrylic emulsion paints have been widely used by artists since their development in the late 1950s. This paper reviews the ...

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Awkward Relations

This paper focuses on practices that captured critical and curatorial attention in Scotland and England at the turn of this ...

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Kenneth Armitage’s Pandarus (version 8)

This paper concentrates on the making and meaning of Kenneth Armitage Pandarus (version 8) 1963, which was recently presented to ...

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New Media Art and the Gallery in the Digital Age

This paper examines some the changes that digital technology has wrought upon conceptions of space, time and culture, and how ...

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Judd through Oldenburg

In his critical writing on Claes Oldenburg during the 1960s Donald Judd explained how emotional content might be conveyed through ...

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Paintings on Canvas: Lining and Alternatives

This paper catalogues major changes in attitude during the last thirty years to conservation practice for the treatment of degraded ...

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The Materials Used by British Oil Painters in the Nineteenth Century

This paper reviews existing literature on nineteenth-century British artists’ materials. Sources of information, such as colourmen’s archives, artists’ diaries ...

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Contemporary Art and the Role of Interpretation

Recent research indicates that the taught curriculum in art and design secondary school education pays scant attention to meaning-making in ...

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Architecture and the Sixties: still radical after all these years

The Art and the 60s: This Was Tomorrow exhibition broke new ground for Tate Britain by mixing fine art, architecture ...

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The precarious museum: Display

In May 2004 Thomas Hirschhorn set up a makeshift museum – the Musée Précaire Albinet – in a Paris suburb. Run by ...

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Seven faces of the art vandal

From the suffragette who took a cleaver to Velázquez’s Rokeby Venus in the National Gallery in 1914 to the ...

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I think if we are to do beautiful pictures, we ought to be free from family conventions and ties: Gwen and Augustus John

From their relationship with a ‘revolting personage’ of a father, to strings of obsessive affairs, Virginia Ironside explores the unfulfilled ...

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Into the groove: Behind the curtain

In his second visit to the Tate archive, Paul Farley discovers the delights of old vinyl

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What are you looking at?: The female gaze

What are you looking at? Gilda Williams casts an eye over the photographic works of four female artists: Vanessa Beecroft ...

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Tropical fusion: Beatriz Milhazes

In the Studio: Adriano Pedrosa visits Beatriz Milhazes

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Where there's life, there's...: George Frederic Watts's 'Hope'

Paul Barlow looks at George Frederic Watts’s Hope

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Contemporary reflections on a work in the Tate collection
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Sound waves: Bruce Nauman

Language has been a key element in Bruce Nauman’s work. For the fifth in The Unilever Series of commissions ...

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Another time, another space

Mark Godfrey on the shifting notions of time and space in recent film and video

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Six reflections on the photography of Robert Frank

Robert Frank is one of the world’s most influential photographers. For more than fifty years, he has broken the ...