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    Jodie Kharas

    Ahead of Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979 at Tate Britain, we round up the top artists and works featured in the show. 1. Conceptual art was a...

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    Eleanor Clayton

    To coincide with her forthcoming exhibition at Tate Liverpool – her first solo show in a British institution – Eleanor Clayton pays a visit to the...

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    Zarina Hashmi

    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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    Fernanda Gomes

    On the eve of the first international survey of her work, fellow Brazilian artist Fernanda Gomes pays tribute to Mira Schendel

  5. Article
    Valentina Ravaglia

    Mike Kelley’s Channel One, Channel Two and Channel Three 1994, now on display at Tate Modern, is a potent work filled with many seductive...

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    Jennifer Mundy

    The Gallery of Lost Art is an immersive, online exhibition that tells the fascinating stories of artworks that have disappeared. Each week, a...

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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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    Jean-François Chevrier

    Stories of hallucinations in art and literature date back to the Bible, but the idea of the artistic hallucination is more recent. As the author of...

  9. Article
    Robert Storr

    To coincide with Tate Modern's exhibition of paintings by the Danish artist, the career of Per Kirkeby is explored – from his Pop motifs borrowed...

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    Mark Godfrey

    Mark Godfrey asks three artists to describe projects in which they have adopted the strategy of insertion, using Meireles's Insertions into...

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    Cildo Meireles, Frederico Morais

    The Brazilian artist is regarded as one of the leading figures in the development of conceptual art. In works that mix the sensorial with the...

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    Brooks Adams

    As Adams writes: "This is a tale of four contemporary art shamans, in a pre-9/11 world that could still entertain rosy illusions of prelapsarian...

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    Christopher Miles

    The American artist John Baldessari has influenced several generations of younger artists, and has, since the 1960s, consistently renegotiated his...

  14. Article
    Steven Connor

    In 1935 Gertrude Stein wrote that in a painting there should be "no feeling of air". As Steven Connor explains, air has become as much...

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    Thomas Kellein

    Broken Kilometer, as Kellein writes, surpasses many other great works: "Even Barnett Newman's 'zip' paintings, Dan Flavin's fluorescent tube...

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    David Campany, Nigel Shafran, Homer Sykes, Martin Parr, Anna Pavord, Viktor Kolár, Kathryn Hughes, Brett Rogers, Tessa Codrington

    To coincide with Tate Britain's photographic survey of Britain's social history, Tate Etc. asked a selection of writers, curators and photographers...

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    Hester Westley

    Hester Westley delves into the archives of St Martin’s School of Art, and finds a project almost forgotten, a teaching experiment in 1969 where...

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    Alison M. Gingeras, Gisela Capitain, Roberto Ohrt, John Baldessari, Jutta Koether, Urs Fischer, Piotr Uklanski

    Alison M. Gingeras It would seem that Martin Kippenberger (1953–1997) is finally getting his due. Eight years after his premature death, his legacy...

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    Nicholas Blincoe

    The body matters, more than at any other time in history. As Abi Titmuss appears in a Sapphic embrace on the cover of FHM magazine, Morgan Spurlock...

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    Christy Lange

    The late 1960s saw a radical rethinking of the art object, with the emphasis shifting away from the static artwork to one that engaged more...

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