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    Martin Gayford

    David Hockney (b.1937) remains one of the most celebrated and popular British artists of the 20th century. For more than 60 years he has been...

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    Mai-Thu Perret, Paul Kingsnorth, Dimitris Daskalopoulos and Justin Fitzpatrick respond to works in the Tate collection

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    From her beginnings as an artist living in Hull in the late 1960s, Cosey Fanni Tutti has challenged the boundaries of contemporary art and...

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    Imperial War Museum curator Alexandra Walton explores the rich collections of letters, documents and photographs found in the IWM and Tate Archives...

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    The text below has been reproduced from a document, held in the Tate Archive, which lists each of the full discursive labels attached to each...

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    Joanne Morra

    Susan Hiller’s intervention At the Freud Museum 1994 (fig.1), the first incarnation of From the Freud Museum 1991–6 (Tate T07438; fig.2),...

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    Alexandra Kokoli

    Since Sigmund Freud’s brief but much discussed correspondence with surrealist writer André Breton in 1932–3,[fn]Their correspondence is included...

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    Alexandra Kokoli

    Susan Hiller has noted that the phrase ‘Sites of Disturbance’ would make an apt title for From the Freud Museum 1991–6 (Tate T07438) as a whole,...

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    Alexandra Kokoli

    Described by Hiller as ‘accumulations of contexts’, it is not only the diversity of the materials collected in From the Freud Museum 1991–6 (Tate...

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    From the Freud Museum 1991–6 (Tate T07438; fig.1) is an installation of fifty labelled cardboard archive boxes, each measuring 330 x 255 x 65 mm,...

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    Alexandra Kokoli

    Psychoanalytic ideas, ethnographic display and the artist’s free associations between physical remains, personal memories and historical events...

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    We are grateful to Dr Alexandra Kokoli for her development of this project, and to Dr Joanne Morra for her valuable contribution to the research....

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    John E. Thornes

    John Constable’s powers of observation and his thirst for meteorological knowledge propelled him to paint more natural-looking skies than nearly...

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    Amy Concannon

    Shortly after John Constable’s death on 31 March 1837, a committee assembled to choose a work from those left behind in his studio for acquisition...

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    What does cinema, football and strange science have to do with the artist’s work?

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    Claudia Tobin

    Vanessa Bell’s abstract phase of 1914–15 coincided with her employment at Roger Fry’s Omega Workshops, a collective of artists established in 1913,...

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    Claudia Tobin

    A ‘great deal of excitement about colour’: this was Vanessa Bell’s defining memory of an intense period of artistic experiment in the early 1910s....

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    Grace Brockington

    Bell made Abstract Painting c.1914 (Tate T01935) during a particularly convivial phase of her life. At this time she was enjoying the solidarity...

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    Grace Brockington

    The abstract movement was a colossal development in Western art, with a global impact that continues to unfold. As the curator Leah Dickerman...

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    Grace Brockington

    When Vanessa Bell (1879–1961) took stock of her work towards the end of her life, she drew up an inventory that spanned some fifty years of...

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