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Gao Ling 高灵

Gao Ling (born 1980) has an interdisciplinary approach, encompassing installation, photography and performance. Within her works Gao challenges the relationship ...

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Fang Lu 方璐

Working in moving image, Fang Lu (born 1981) is inspired by popular culture and daily life experience. Her work reveals ...

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Chen Qiulin 陈秋林

Chen Qiulin (born 1975) works primarily with the moving image but also performance, photography and installation. Interested in reality for ...

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Cai Jin 蔡锦

Cai Jin (born 1965) works with oil paint in vibrant colours. Her most celebrated work is the Banana Plant series ...

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Q&A: Lisa Brice

We talk to the artist as her Art Now exhibition opens at Tate Britain

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Point of View: Art in Hospitals

Art in hospitals can be a culturally significant experience if the approach is right, argues Catsou Roberts, Director of Vital ...

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Joan Jonas

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Exhibition guide: Picasso 1932

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Luke Willis Thompson

Read the biography for the Turner Prize 2018 nominee Luke Willis Thompson

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Naeem Mohaiemen

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Charlotte Prodger

Read the biography for the Turner Prize 2018 nominee Charlotte Prodger

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Forensic Architecture

Read the biography for the Turner Prize 2018 nominee Forensic Architecture

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Biennial

A biennial is a large international art exhibition held every two years

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Private View: Kenneth Noland's Gift 1961–2

Kenneth Noland’s painting Gift, now in the Tate collection, once hung above the desk of modernist critic Clement Greenberg – ...

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Mountain Landscape with Dancing Shepherd c.1650‒60: By Henry Anderton

Read technical information about this painting resulting from examination and scientific analysis by conservators and conservation scientists at Tate