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  1. Article
    Andrew Dickson

    Ophelia and the Pre-Raphaelites are back at Tate Britain! To celebrate, Andrew Dickson looks at Millais and four other artists who immortalised the...

  2. Article
    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...

  3. Article
    James Hall

    It is well known that Pablo Picasso initiated many important developments of twentieth-century art, but we know less about his extraordinary impact...

  4. Article
    John Lloyd

    William Kentridge was invited to make a projection on the fire screen of the Fenice opera theatre, which was primarily seen while the orchestra...

  5. Article
    Lucy Worsley

    In 2008 Tate Members helped to buy Peter Paul Rubens’s important oil sketch created for the Banqueting House in Whitehall, The Apotheosis of James...

  6. Article
    Ed Ruscha

    The acclaimed Amercian artist reveals a long-held fascination with Ophelia by John Everett Millais (1829–1896), one of Tate's most admired...

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    Simon Starling

    On the eve of his exhibition at Tate St Ives, the former Turner Prize winner introduces a fascinating project that creates an unlikely partnership...

  8. Article
    Wilfried Dickhoff

    In 1975 the Belgian artist Marcel Broodthaers (1924–1976) made the piece Décor for the ICA, London. A large crab and a lobster sit at a table...

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    James Lingwood

    He was said to be one of the ‘most ingenious artists of his generation’ and someone who had ‘an infectious fascination for the world about him’,...

  10. Article
    Marie de Brugerolle

    To coincide with the forthcoming The World as a Stage exhibition at Tate Modern, Marie de Brugerolle explores how contemporary notions of the...

  11. Article
    Jessica Morgan, Catherine Wood

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

  12. Article
    Nicholas Ridout

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

  13. Article
    Jonas Mekas

    To coincide with Tate Modern's exhibition exploring his work as a film-maker, Jonas Mekas remembers the Dalí happenings.

  14. Article
    Lawrence Norfolk

    In his second visit to the Tate archive Lawrence Norfolk looks for clues about W S Sickert among his donated possessions.

  15. Article
    Paula Byrne

    Forget today’s celebrity icons. Paula Byrne looks at the first ever media frenzy for young actress and lover of the Prince of Wales, Mary Robinson,...