Tate Papers ISSN 1753-9854

Tate Papers no.22 Autumn 2014

This issue looks at examples of twentieth-century exhibitions in which notions of play were harnessed by artists and institutions seeking to challenge conventional viewing experiences. Other topics include the evolution of Victorian domestic art, Barbara Hepworth’s relationship with her dealers Gimpel Fils, the American desert and representations of ‘the end’, and perceptions of learning at Tate.

Installation view of the Robert Morris retrospective

Installation view of the Robert Morris retrospective, Tate Gallery, 1971
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© Robert Morris