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    Wayne Sleep, George Lawson

    Wayne Sleep and George Lawson recall the experience of sitting for David Hockney between 1972-5

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    Sculpture Victorious at Tate Britain explores a period of unparalleled innovation in British history, where ground-breaking new materials and...

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    Fiontan Moran

    The subjects of Marlene Dumas’s paintings are drawn from both personal and public and personal references - from self-portraits and images of her...

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    In the film The Imitation Game the actor Benedict Cumberbatch plays the role of Alan Turing. The role has led to an Oscar nomination for the actor,...

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    Fiontan Moran

    According to the figure painter Marlene Dumas, ‘secondhand images...can generate first-hand emotions'. Assistant Curator Fiontán...

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    Tim Batchelor

    William Hogarth (1697–1764) died at his house in Leicester Fields during the night of 25 October 1764. He had been ill for over a month and...

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    Cora Gilroy-Ware

    In the summer of 1784, Joshua Reynolds exhibited A Nymph and Cupid (Fig.1) at the Royal Academy’s annual exhibition. This work stood out because,...

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    Caroline Corbeau-Parsons

    Forgotten Faces comprises seventeen portraits or figure paintings and three sculptures ranging between 1896 – a year before the foundation of the...

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    Ruth Kenny

    Introduction In 1628, Edward Norgate, a musician and courtier to Charles I, included a short discussion of pastel painting towards the end of...

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    Susan Hiller

    In celebration of the reopening of Tate Britain, Tate Etc. invited a selection of artists from around the world to choose a favoured work from a...

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    David Campany

    Between 1930 and 1980 photographers from across the globe came to capture the essence of London. To coincide with an exhibition at Tate Britain...

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    Martin Clark

    The artistic director of Tate St Ives visited one of America’s most respected artists working today, in his New York studio, where Alex Katz talked...

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    Michael Bracewell

    Since he was a young teenager, Damien Hirst has enjoyed visiting Tate. From his early fascination with William Blake to the appeal of Bruce Nauman,...

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    Michael F. Marmor

    In 1930, when Munch was 66 years old, an intraocular haemorrhage in his right eye affected his sight. For several months, with methodical precision...

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    Marianne Faithfull

    For a new exhibition at Tate Liverpool, singer and actress Marianne Faithfull has selected artworks from Tate’s collection that inspire her. Many...

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    Sarah Martin, Simon Martin, Brian Muelaner, Steven Claydon

    Sarah Martin on Hamish Fulton’s France on the Horizon 1975 Living and working on the north Kent coast as I do, the horizon line is never far away,...

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    Kamila Shamsie

    To coincide with the exhibition which explores British art through the theme of migration from 1500 to the present day, one writer focuses on the...

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    Jeremy Wood

    Is Anthony van Dyck a British artist? Jeremy Wood charts the continental shift of a peripatetic man who spent two influential periods of time in...

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    Jean-Christophe Ammann

    'A call reached me from somewhere across the fields (a call that disappeared almost imperceptibly, like a shooting star, so that in the end it...

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    Tate Etc. invited the fashion designer Erdem on a special tour Tate Britain, where he selected his favourite paintings of women through the ages.

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