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Tate Triennial 2009: Altermodern - Loris Gréaud, Installing Tremors Where Forever

Loris Gréaud's complex projects frequently have multiple incarnations, manifesting themselves through architectural environments, music scores, film and art works.


Venice Biennale: Francis Upritchard

Francis Upritchard's figures make themselves at home


Venice Biennale 2011: Mike Nelson at the British Pavilion

Art critic Ben Lewis met Mike Nelson and asked him about his installation in Venice


Venice Biennale: UAE Pavilion

Venice's first UAE Pavilion


Lucy McKenzie: Painting or stage set?

The artist presented a room with fake marbling, trompe l'oeil radiators and scuffs and stains of years of inhabitation


Venice Biennale 09: Adrian Searle

Venice highlights with art critic Adrian Searle


TateShots: Manchester Festival

The Manchester International Festival presents new works from across the spectrum of performing arts, visual arts and popular culture


Linder on art and punk rock

The artist designed the record sleeve for Orgasm Addict by the Buzzcocks


Michael Rakowitz

TateShots meets Michael Rakowitz to talk about his Tate Modern exhibition, which is on until 2 May 2010.


Jonathan Yeo on Pop and Pornography

Portraitist Jonathan Yeo visits Tate Modern's Pop Life exhibition to indulge his interests in celebrity and pornography.

Talking Point

What does it mean to be a woman in art?

With shifting political landscapes and women's marches happening around the world, how are women artists addressing their rights and identities ...


Pre-Raphaelites: Curator's choice - Millais's 'Isabella'

Curator Jason Rosenfeld reveals the story behind John Everett Millais's painting Isabella and explains why this historical work is ...


Howard Hodgkin

Howard Hodgkin talking with Nicholas Serota


Dexter Dalwood: Collective memories

The British artist talks about his 2010 St Ives exhibition


Gabriel Orozco at Tate Modern

The mexican artist is renowned for his endless experimentation with found objects


Mike Nelson: The Coral Reef

An installation that invites visitors to explore a parallel world


Walks of art: Bonnie Greer on Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group

The writer and critic explores the friendships, work and designs behind this radical set of artists