Tate Papers ISSN 1753-9854

Tate Papers no.18 Autumn 2012

This issue explores how drawing has been used by artists to record and represent unconscious or invisible forces that go undetected by the senses. Other topics include the reception of Anthony Van Dyck's work in France, the sexual imagery in the early work of John Everett Millais, and Allan Sekula's realist critique of postmodernism in Fish Story.

Susan Morris ERSD: View from Above 2012

Susan Morris
ERSD: View from Above 2012
Archive inkjet on Hahnemühle paper
Courtesy the artist and FRAC, Alsace © Susan Morris