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    Who are they? Guerrilla Girls are an all female collective who remain anonymous by wearing gorilla masks and naming themselves after famous dead...

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    Andrew Gilbert, Hew Locke, Simon Grant

    Tate Britain’s forthcoming exhibition Artist and Empire is the first large-scale presentation of the art associated with the British Empire from...

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    Anthony Downey

    For centuries artists have both responded to and reflected on political actions and events that shape society. Now they have risen to the challenge...

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    Otobong Nkanga

    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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    Hassan Musa

    The Sudanese artist Ibrahim El-Salahi (born 1930) is a significant figure in African and Arab modernism, whose work reflects a rich cross...

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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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    Elaine Feinstein

    Each month, Tate Etc. publishes new poetry by leading poets such as John Burnside, Moniza Alvi, Adam Thorpe, Alice Oswald and David Harsent who...

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    Simon Grant

    Simon Grant travelled to Art Dubai in March, and reports back for Tate Etc

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    Francesco Bonami

    Since it was shown at the Venice Biennale in 1993, Gabriel Orozco’s Empty Shoe Box has become one of most cited examples of controversial works of...

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    Carol Yinghua Lu

    The Chinese artist has become one of the most important cultural commentators of his generation. On the eve of the opening of his installation in...

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    Nancy Ireson

    Before his self-imposed exhile in Tahiti, the pioneer of modernism spent his formative years in Brittany, northern France. Here, he made his first...

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    Mario Vargas Llosa

    During the research for his novel The Way to Paradise, which interweaves the life of Gauguin with that of his half-Peruvian grandmother Flora...

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    Greg Tate

    The exhibition at Tate Liverpool, inspired by Paul Gilroy's influential book about the black diaspora, explores the history of black modernity...

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    Christy Lange, Chris Ofili

    Christy Lange talks to Chris Ofili ahead of his exhibition at Tate Britain

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    Brian Dillon

    As the Polish artist undertakes the tenth Unilever Series commission in Tate Modern's Turbine Hall this autumn, he reveals how family memories and...

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    Bob Colacello

    Simon GrantIn 1971 you came to London with Andy Warhol (where his Tate retrospective was already open) for the premiere of his film Trash. However,...

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    Anda Rottenberg, Lukasz Gorczyca, Jaroslaw Suchan, Michael Wolinski

    As a year-long season of exhibitions focusing on Polish art begins nationawide, Tate Etc. brings together four Polish art professionals to discuss...

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    Sophie Howarth

    From the 1960s there has been a series of radical organisations aiming to revolutionise educational practice, including Joseph Beuys's Free...

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    John Onians, Eric Fernie

    In his new book Neuroarthistory: From Aristotle and Pliny to Baxandall and Zeki, John Onians argues that advances in the scientific study of the...

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    Antonia Fraser

    There are many portraits of Elizabeth I, but few reflect her image as steely icon as perfectly as the one attributed to Nicholas Hilliard. Antonia...

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