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  1. Article
    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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    Sally O'Reilly

    The Underground chambers of the old power station at Bankside, where oil once lurked with electric potential, will soon open to the public with a...

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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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    Anne Ellegood

    A recent exhibition at SculptureCenter in New York with the tongue-in-cheek title, A Voyage of Growth and Discovery, was a collaborative effort...

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    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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    Lawrence Norfolk

    In his third visit to the Tate archive, Lawrence Norfolk explores a movement that used post as its medium.

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    Tony Cragg

    Sculpture was historically the domain of the artist-worker, armed with hammer and chisel. Now the artist may use any material and any approach....

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    David Toop

    Almost 100 years ago, shortly before the outbreak of the First World War, the Italian Futurist Luigi Russolo proposed the idea that urban and...

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    Paul Farley

    Some things are truly lost. Bad diets generate little documentary evidence, just the fuzziness of the anecdotal; soup kitchens don’t keep comment...

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    Liz Jobey

    The ringing of tills has stimulated artists as much as it has mesmerised shoppers over the past century. Tate Liverpool's huge new exhibition looks...