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Like what you see? A brief history of the art of appropriation

Sebastian Roach

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

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Welcome to the Museum of Contemporary African Art

Susan Holtham

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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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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Why artists make good curators

Simon Grant1

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

Tate Papers

Replication and Decay in Damien Hirst's Natural History

Petra Lange-Berndt

Petra Lange-Berndt, Replication and Decay in Damien Hirst's Natural History; Tate Papers no.8
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Who was Gretchen Bender?

Mike Pinnington

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

Tate Etc

In the mood of the Old Masters: Balthus

Sabine Rewald

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

Tate Papers

Lost in the Crowd: Blake and London in 1809

Philippa Simpson

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

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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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Sarah Pierce born 1968Future Exhibitions 2010

Acatia Finbow

Case study on Sarah Pierce's Future Exhibitions 2010, part of Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art, a ...
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Cultural Identity

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

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A guide to International Exchanges at Tate St Ives

Sam Thorne, Artistic Director of Tate St Ives, asks co-curators Sara Matson and Rachel Smith of International Exchanges - an exhibition ...

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Robert Therrien Objects and Stories

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

Tate Etc

Nothing works: The void

Anna Dezeuze

Marcel Duchamp’s phial of Paris air, Yves Klein’s The Void exhibition, Martin Creed’s Work No.227: The lights going on ...

Tate Papers

Kurt Schwitters: Reconstructions of the Merzbau

Karin Orchard

Karin Orchard, Kurt Schwitters: Reconstructions of the Merzbau; Tate Papers no.8
Tate Papers

Beuys is Dead: Long Live Beuys! Characterising Volition, Longevity, and Decision-Making in the Work of Joseph Beuys

Rachel Barker and Alison Bracker

Joseph Beuys's use of unconventional materials, such as felt, wax, and fat, characterise his artworks. Whilst museums strive to ...

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Jennifer Wiseman , Neal Brown , Lisa Appignanesi and Paul Noble

Contemporary reflections on a work in the Tate collection
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Square dance of joy I: Agnes Martin

Karen Schiff

The American artist Agnes Martin was best known for her pared down, subtly coloured abstract paintings, mostly done when she ...

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Infinity on a single canvas?: Yayoi Kusama at Tate Modern

Ali Smith

One of Japan’s most prolific artists, Yayoi Kusama is probably best known for her spot-covered rooms and objects. On ...