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  1. Article

    Get to know one of the artists from the Media Networks display at Tate Modern 

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    Kirstie Beaven

    Have you ever wished you could have a secret robot alter ego? Or that you could wander around a gallery alone late at night? Well, now you can...

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    Lucy Reynolds

    For many centuries artists have been fascinated by the magical, visceral power of projected light as action, as a performative medium in itself....

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    Stuart Comer, Simon Grant, Kathy Noble, Emily Pringle, Catherine Wood

    The first season of performance, choreography and film programmes in the new Tanks at Tate Modern has grown out of the gallery’s renowned...

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    Arthur Lubow

    The work of the British-born German artist Tino Sehgal exists solely as a set of choreographed gestures and spoken instructions acted out by...

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    Lee Cheshire

    How long does it take to look at a piece of art? Studies have found that people devote as little as eight seconds to each work in a gallery. But on...

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    Mark Godfrey

    One of the most important and influential Italian artists of the twentieth century, Alighiero Boetti (1940–1994) is renowned for the extraordinary...

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    Carmen Juliá

    A display featuring Tate artworks and rarely seen archival material explores how these four trail-blazing London galleries introduced...

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    Philip Ursprung

    Why was Otto Meuhl's 1970 performance Manopsychotic Ballet forgotten?

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    Catherine Wood

    The practice of choreographed movement has never been merely about decorative spectacle, but as artists and performers have shown throughout the...

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    Edward Platt

    His projects have included pushing a block of ice around Mexico City until it melted, letting a fox loose in the National Gallery, London, at night...

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    Claire Bishop, Boris Groys

    As well as being noted for their avant-garde painting, the Futurists' performances were legendary for their intent to provoke and scandalise the...

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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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    Simon Grant, Robert Morris

    Robert Morris (born 1931) has been variously involved in the development of Land art, performance, installation as well as being a prominent...

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    Jessica Morgan, Catherine Wood

    Co-curators of the Tate Modern exhibition, ask some of the participating artists about its themes

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    Nicholas Ridout

    ‘Since visual art practice has so decisively repudiated, problematised, complicated the whole business of pretending’, says Nicholas Ridout, ...

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    Ernesto Neto, Marepe, Catherine Yass, Chris Dercon

    Artists and curators celebrate the influence of the Brazilian artist on their work

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    Nicolas Bourriaud

    The French art critic Nicholas Bourriaud examines the ways in which Pierre Huyghe enjoys upsetting traditional expectations of how art is perceived...

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    Tom Morton

    A new exhibition at Tate Modern dares to imagine a better, more democratic world – and perhaps a better way of engaging with art. Tom Morton sets...