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The long look

Bernd and Hilla Becher have spent their life together photographing the unintended beauty that can be found in industrial structures ...

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The elemental photographer: August Strindberg

August Strindberg (1849–1912) was a celebrated playwright, novelist and poet, whose  writing was often filled with his own sense ...

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Harry Callahan: Draughtsman with a Camera

Researcher Tony Guillan discusses the subtle precision of the influential American post-war photographer Harry Callahan, as a display of his ...

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Archives & Access project: Archive comes alive in Wales

Dave Clarke, Projects Manager for Photography at Tate, shares his experiences of our first training and practice sharing workshop in ...

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In the mind's eye: Stereography

As a twelve-year-old in 1945, Oliver Sacks took a stereographic image of his London street from his bedroom window. Tate ...

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Edition

An edition is a copy or replica of a work of art made from a master. It commonly refers to ...

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Portrait

A portrait is a representation of a particular person. A self-portrait is a portrait of the artist by the artist

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Through the Lens of Abstraction

American photographer Barbara Kasten pays homage to the modernist practitioners who have influenced her

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Walls Paper 1972 by Gordon Matta-Clark

First displayed in a partially dilapidated artist-run space in New York, Walls Paper’s photo-silkscreens of cracking, crumbling urban walls ...

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Cruel and tender

What is the place of documentary photography in art? This is the central question raised by Tate's first major ...

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Mary Heilmann on Malevich

When Tate Etc. invited a selection of artists from around the world to write about how Kazimir Malevich has inspired ...

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Quick 5: Martin Parr

In the latest of our series, Martin Parr, British photographer whose work appears in Performing for the Camera, is in ...

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Waiting for Tear Gas 1999–2000 by Allan Sekula

Examining Allan Sekula’s ‘anti-journalistic’ manifesto Waiting for Tear Gas in a new light, this In Focus considers the work ...

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Sheila Hancock takes an exclusive look at Turner's 'Blue Rigi'

Having recently finished filming a series for the BBC on watercolour and travel, actress Sheila Hancock is invigorated by what ...

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Artists' Christmas cards from Tate Archive

The Tate Archive collections include a number of Christmas cards designed by artists. As the festive period approaches, we thought ...

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Hyperlink: The full programme

Effy, member of Tate Collectives gives her behind the scenes insight into the artists taking part in the Hyperlink festival ...
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Jikken Kobo (experimental workshop)

Founded in Tokyo in 1951, Jikken Kobo (Experimental Workshop) were an interdisciplinary group of artists, musicians, choreographers and poets who ...

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Polaroid print

A Polaroid print is a positive print that is produced almost instantly shortly after exposure by a Polaroid camera

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Who is Maria Lassnig?

Who is Maria Lassnig? Find out more about one of the most influential painters of her generation.