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  1. Article
    Dan Graham

    Dan Graham on John Martin's painting of the Apocalypse, The Great Day of His Wrath

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    Michael Bird, Anthony Frost, Andrew Lanyon, Rose Hilton

    For a few extraordinary years in the post-war era, the small town of St Ives was an art centre of international significance. While it was often...

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    Rebecca Smith

    David Smith was best known for his large, muscular sculptures, but also had a vivid interest in contemporary dance. Here his daughter Rebecca Smith...

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    Candida Smith

    David Smith's daughter Candida Smith describes her childhood at Bolton Landing, and the artist in his studio

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    John Burnside

    In his first visit to the Tate archive, John Burnside communes with the paintbox of Paul Nash

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    Francis Wells, Alexa de Ferranti, Desmond Morris, Dan Hays, Jim Drain

    Francis Wells on Luke Fildes's The Doctor 1891, Alexa de Ferranti on William Hogarth's The Painter and his Pug 1745, Desmond Morris on Francis...

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    Lavinia Greenlaw

    Poet Lavinia Greenlaw pens a poem on Constable inspired by a visit to the ruins of Hadleigh Castle, Kent.

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    Jeremy Millar

    Marcel Duchamp spent a few weeks of 1913 in Herne Bay in north Kent. Jeremy Millar gives an insight into his fictional film about the visit.

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    Pipilotti Rist

    Pipilotti Rist encounters the work of Barbara Kruger

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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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    Kathy Prendergast, Antony Penrose, Tal R, Ian Kiaer

    Contemporary reflections on a work in the Tate collection

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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...