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Why artists make good curators

How do artists approach the challenge of curation? As well as showing some of his recent large, highly coloured sculptures ...

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Work of the Week: Galaxy by Vija Celmins

Weekly featured artwork from the Tate Collection
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Points of memory: Ursula Schulz-Dornburg: Conflict, Time, Photography

Tate Etc.’s Mariko Finch spoke to a selection of artists whose work features in the Tate Modern exhibition Conflict ...

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The imperfectionist: Urs Fischer and his public clay projects

A Swiss-style chalet made from bread; an excavated gallery floor; life-like wax figures that double as candles… Urs Fischer’s ...

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Tate Debate: Should graphic novels be treated differently to art and literature?

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The white cube and beyond: Museum display

In an age when installations, art environments, ‘scatter art’ and large-scale mixed media works are the norm, the traditional confines ...

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Who is Mona Hatoum?

An introduction to the Palestinian artist, Mona Hatoum, exhibiting at Tate Modern.
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Welcome to the Museum of Contemporary African Art

Museum-goers have certain expectations when it comes to a gallery visit. Exhibits yes, but also a shop, proper coffee, library ...

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Replication and Decay in Damien Hirst's Natural History

Petra Lange-Berndt, Replication and Decay in Damien Hirst's Natural History; Tate Papers no.8
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Archives & Access project: the Archive Gallery – from digital to life and back again: Transforming Tate Britain

A blog post on the Archive Gallery at Tate Britain as part of the Archives & Access project
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Like what you see? A brief history of the art of appropriation

Art's clever incorporation into advertising is an age old trick, (and vice versa thanks to Pop art), but what ...

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‘And now what, if my sacrifice was in vain?’: Paul Gaugin I

Before his self-imposed exhile in Tahiti, the pioneer of modernism spent his formative years in Brittany, northern France. Here, he ...

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Who was Gretchen Bender?

With a number of recent exhibitions on both sides of the atlantic recognising her practice, the work of American multi-media ...

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Ed Ruscha and the Art of the Everyday

In his paintings, drawings and photographs, artist Ed Ruscha makes the ordinary extraordinary

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Lost in the Crowd: Blake and London in 1809

This article explores why William Blake’s solo exhibition of 1809 has been such an important source for understanding his ...

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Robert Therrien Objects and Stories

Discover the hidden drama, magic and mystery of ordinary, everyday objects

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Sarah Pierce, Future Exhibitions 2010

Case study on Sarah Pierce's Future Exhibitions 2010, part of Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art, a ...
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Five things to know: Francesca Woodman

Meet the acclaimed photographer who created surreal, humorous and at times painfully honest images

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In the mood of the Old Masters: Balthus

The recent Simon Sainsbury bequest that consists of a gift of five paintings to the National Gallery and thirteen to ...

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Cultural Identity

Explore the importance of the development of 'Cultural Identity' to the artists within ARTIST ROOMS