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A connoisseur of uncertainty: Susan Hiller

Brian Dillon

Susan Hiller: In her mixed-media installations and video works, Susan Hiller’s art journeys through the intangible landscapes of imagination, dreams ...

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The aesthetics of documentary

Mark Cousins

‘Documentary is intrinsically aesthetic,’ argues Mark Cousins, ‘it is as much about shots and cuts, structure and rhythm as fiction ...

Student Resource

Masks Exam Help

Explore how artists have used masks in their work, to protect, disguise, hide and amuse

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Richard Tuttle's 'I Don’t Know . The Weave of Textile Language' at Tate Modern

Achim Borchardt-Hume

The UK's largest ever survey of American sculptor and poet Richard Tuttle is on display in London at Tate ...


Performance at Tate: The Scholarly and Museological ContextGabriella Giannachi

Gabriella Giannachi

Since the 1960s, and, more significantly, following the opening of Tate Modern in 2000, and subsequently the Tanks in 2012 ...
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On the Politics of Art and Space in Beirut

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie

This paper considers the changing nature of art spaces in Beirut over the last fifteen years. Contrary to the experiences ...

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No End to the End: The Desert as Eschatology in Late Modernity

Matilde Nardelli

At the height of the Cold War, artists, writers and filmmakers in America turned to the desert as a space ...


Gao Ling 高灵

Gao Ling (born 1980) has an interdisciplinary approach, encompassing installation, photography and performance. Within her works Gao challenges the relationship ...

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Homage to Bacon

We bring together a mix of writers, museum directors, artists, musicians and filmmakers to pay homage to the legendary artist


Archiving the Uncollectable: Museum Education and Memory Loss

Memory loss, struggles in communicating our work, changes in mood, apathy, confusion, difficulty in building our own storyline, a failing ...

In Focus

State Violence, Mirrors and the Perspective on Infinity

Larne Abse Gogarty

Tate In Focus research project exploring Waiting for Tear Gas 1999–2000 by Allan Sekula
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Aleksandr Rodchenko’s Lines of Force

Brandon Taylor

Rodchenko’s research into the concept of line was fundamental to the ambitions of Russian constructivism. Careful examination of his ...

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The Grid as a Checkpoint of Modernity

Margarita Tupitsyn

In Western art history the grid has been positioned as an emblem of modernism. In Russia, however, early constructivist artists ...

In Focus

Inhabiting Collective Guilt and the Inability to Mourn

Lara Day

Tate In Focus research project exploring Heroic Symbols 1969 by Anselm Kiefer, authored by Christian Weikop
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Josef Albers, Eva Hesse, and the Imperative of Teaching

Jeffrey Saletnik

This paper examines affinities between the Bauhaus-indebted instructional methods and practices of Josef Albers and the sculpture of Eva Hesse ...

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The city of dreams...and shoes: Etc. Essay: Chicano art

Chon A. Noriega

This autumn more than 60 cultural institutions throughout southern California will come together to tell the story of the Los ...

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The unholy trinity: Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia

Bernard Marcadé

To coincide with the first exhibition to explore the inter-relationship between Duchamp, Man Ray and Picabia, to be staged at ...

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More to meet the eye: Contemporary drawings at Tate

Katharine Stout

Until the 1960s it was seen as a secondary act in the process of art making. Now a new generation ...

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An Unpublished Drawing by Duchamp: Hell in Philadelphia

Jennifer Mundy

This paper discusses a hitherto unpublished drawing by Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968) that relates to his masterwork The Bride Stripped ...