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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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    Mark Cousins

    ‘Documentary is intrinsically aesthetic,’ argues Mark Cousins, ‘it is as much about shots and cuts, structure and rhythm as fiction film.’ From the...

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    Victor Moscoso, Gabriel Orozco, Robert Mangold

    Joseph Albers was one of the finest art teachers of the twentieth century. Victor Moscoso remembers him both as a showman and a master, whose...

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    Paul Elliman

    Designer Paul Elliman seeks satisfaction of his curiosity and the typefaces designed by Josef Albers while at the Bauhaus in the 1920s

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    Olivia Plender

    Olivia Plender looks at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, one of the first Modernist buildings of its kind in the UK, and watches Daria...

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    Lisa Liebmann

    Lisa Liebmann looks at the events surrounding the unveiling of the Mona Lisa at the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, in 1963.

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    Carter Ratcliff

    Malcolm Morley was an early practitioner of superrealist painting. He then won the first Turner Prize in 1984 after having moved to a looser style...

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    Horst Bredekamp, Barbara Maria Stafford

    What is hyperrealism? Work which feels more real than reality? Or a way of ‘mastering God’s creations’ ? Horst Bredekamp and Barbara Maria...

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    Lynda Nead

    Lynda Nead looks at a number of pioneering short films at the turn of the twentieth century that took the artist’s studio as their subject, such as...

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    Peter Davidson, Bjorn van der Horst, Pelé Cox, Billy Childish

    Peter Davidson, Bjorn van der Horst, Pelé Cox and Billy Childish reflect on a work in the Tate Collection.

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    Patrick McGrath, Louise Welsh

    The gothic has remained one of the most universal genres, which has attracted writers, filmmakers, musicians and artists across the centuries

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    Lawrence Norfolk

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

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    Peter Fischli

    Peter Fischli grew up in a Bauhaus home designed by his father Hans Fischli, an artist and architect who had studied in Dessau. He talks to us...