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‘Are We as a Society Going to Carry on Treating People This Way?’ Michael Landy’s Scrapheap Services

During the 1990s Michael Landy made four major installations, including Scrapheap Services, 1995. Although motivated by personal concerns, these installations ...

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Private view Richard Dadd

Richard Dadd was not only extremely well educated, he was on his way to becoming a full-blooded representative of Victorian ...

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I've got this strange feeling... The uncanny

Following Mike Kelley’s exhibition The Uncanny at Tate Liverpool, the artist and Jeffrey Sconce talk about Freud, the power ...

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Space stations Museums

Encounters: Peter Pakesch, director of the Kunsthaus Graz visits Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall, and talks of the few museum ...

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Lives of the artists

Flamboyant. Extravagant. Megalomanic. Alcoholic. Sexually obsessed. Manic-depressive. How important is persona in understanding an artist’s practice? By Alison Gingeras

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The perception of symmetry

Michael Bird on notions of how symmetry, the Doppelgänger, duality and mirror images have played a part in the way ...

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A cut above the rest Anne Chu

Anne Chu took a chainsaw to her work after a life-changing experience, and the 1996 show that resulted saw her ...

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He is poetic, but... Luc Tuymans

To coincide with the Luc Tuymans show at Tate Modern, the first large-scale exhibition of his work in the UK ...

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Juergen Teller, Elisabeth Robinson, Lisa Jardine and Martin Kemp reflect on a detail of a work in Tate Britain.

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Earthly delights The art of the garden

The Art of the Garden: Jemima Montagu explores the garden symbol all the way back to Eden, through the ‘close-locked ...

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Aesthetics of alienation Edward Hopper II

Edward Hopper used to compare his paintings with cinematic frames. In turn, his scenes have inspired generations of filmmakers – from ...

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Behind the curtain

Behind the curtain; Paul Farley in the Tate Archive; Tate Etc. magazine issue 1
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The pleasures of sadness Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper belongs to a particular category of artist whose work appears sad but does not make us sad…perhaps ...

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Cultivated minds: The art of the garden

Martin Postle talks to Christoph Becker about artists and the inspiration of their gardens

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An artist's dream world Paula Rego

Marina Warner introduces Paula Rego's new illustrations for Charlotte Brontë 's Jane Eyre.

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Turning the tables

A new exhibition at Tate Modern dares to imagine a better, more democratic world – and perhaps a better way of ...

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Myth & gesture

Alan Davie was a vital post-war link between British and international art. Colette Swires introduces a retrospective of his 65-year ...

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Peter Blake's A–Z

Sir Peter Blake has created an alphabet of ‘found’ letters for Tate. He explains the inspiration for this artist project.

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Turner at 20

Now in its 20th year, the Turner Prize will be broadcast by Channel 4 live from Tate Britain on 7 ...

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Polke dots

Sausages and potatoes, fairytale images and the dots of newspaper photographs – Sigmar Polke explores modern reality through an extraordinary range ...