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Wrinkles in Time

Tate Research publication 'In Focus: Wrinkle 1968 by Liliana Porter' by Sophie Halart, published January 2018
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Wrinkle 1968 by Liliana Porter

Experimental printmaking, poetic strategies and the line separating reality from fiction are the subject of this fresh examination of Liliana ...

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Women and Power: A walk through Tate Britain

Explore stories of women’s empowerment across the centuries through works in our collection

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Materials Exam Help

From 'usual' to unlikely art materials: explore textures, qualities, techniques and symbolism of things artists use to make their work

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Picasso 1932: The Year of Wonders: by Achim Borchardt-Hume

In 1932, Picasso created a ground-breaking series of paintings and prints that showed him at the very height of his ...

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The Performer: Joan Jonas talks to Rachel Rose

Joan Jonas is an artist and filmmaker who, in the early 1970s, pioneered the use of video and performance in ...

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Tate Etc. issue 42: Spring 2018

Tate Etc. is an art magazine published three times a year by Tate
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Abstraction and Decoration

Abstraction and Decoration, part of Tate Research publication 'In Focus: Pompeii 1959 by Hans Hofmann' by Emily Warner, published January ...
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Slabs and Walls

Slabs and Walls, part of Tate Research publication 'In Focus: Pompeii 1959 by Hans Hofmann' by Emily Warner, published January ...
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Critical Genealogies

Critical Genealogies, part of Tate Research publication 'In Focus: Pompeii 1959 by Hans Hofmann' by Emily Warner, published January 2018
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Porous Borders: Pompeii and Transnationalism

‘Pompeii’ and Transnationalism, part of Tate Research publication 'In Focus: Pompeii 1959 by Hans Hofmann' by Emily Warner, published January ...
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The Painting

The Painting, part of Tate Research publication 'In Focus: Pompeii 1959 by Hans Hofmann' by Emily Warner, published January 2018
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Pompeii 1959 by Hans Hofmann

Pompeii 1959 gained an international reputation in the 1960s, representing Hans Hofmann and his ‘slab’ paintings across the US, Europe ...

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Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements for Tate Research publication 'In Focus: Pompeii 1959 by Hans Hofmann' by Emily Warner, published January 2018
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News and Events Exam Help

Look at artists responses to news, from headline-grabbing events and social or political issues, to stories of the extraordinary everyday

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Light and Dark Exam Help

Look at artworks made from light and shadow to the symbolic use of light and dark to make powerful statements

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Human Figure Exam Help

Explore people drawn, painted or sculpted from life and art that explores abstract ideas about being human

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Five Things to Know: Joan Jonas

Meet the artist still pushing the boundaries of video and performance after five decades

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'To drag the past into the present and re-animate it'

What is it like to sit for Frank Auerback every week for more than 30 years? Tate curator, Catherine Lampert ...

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Five Ways to Paint a Body

Explore different approaches to depicting the human figure through the work of five great British artists