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Toppled monuments and the meaning of iconoclasm

Stacy Boldrick

With Art Under Attack currently at Tate Britain, the exhibition's curator looks at the many different reasons that art ...

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Surrealism in Egypt: ‘Long Live Degenerate Art’

Clare Davies

The Art and Liberty group was active in Cairo from the late 1930s to the mid-1940s, a time of political ...

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Making a horse with dad: David Smith II

Rebecca Smith

David Smith was best known for his large, muscular sculptures, but also had a vivid interest in contemporary dance. Here ...

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His darkened imagination: Henry Moore

Andrew Causey

His darkened imagination: Andrew Causey on Henry Moore, Tate Etc. issue 18 Spring 2010
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Who is Barbara Hepworth?

Barbara Hepworth was a British sculptor, who was born in Wakefield in 1903. Find out more about her nature-inspired artworks

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Who is Marcel Duchamp?

Can everyday objects be art? What about your kettle, sink or... even your toilet?

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Tate Etc. issue 19: Summer 2010

Tate Etc. Issue 19: Visiting and revisiting Art, etcetera; online edition of Tate's magazine
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Tate Etc. issue 24: Spring 2012

Tate Etc. Issue 24, Spring 2012 edition, online verion of Tate's magazine
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Globe trotter: The journey of an artwork

Sarah Auld

In the first of a new series, Tate Etc. explores the life and times of a work in the Tate ...

A Discussion on Practice and Problems

Public event at Tate Britain, 11 November 2016
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A-Z of Paul Klee

Learn 26 things about one of the most innovative painters of the 20th century

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Drawing in the Dark: Involuntary Drawing

Susan Morris

Susan Morris approaches the subject of involuntary drawing from the point of view of an artist trying to make a ...

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Francis Bacon: Back to Degas: Rothenstein Lecture 2011

Martin Hammer

Providing the first focused account of Francis Bacon’s artistic dialogue with Edgar Degas, Martin Hammer argues that the French ...

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A visionary oddity: Edward Burne-Jones

Fiona MacCarthy

The huge painting The Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon is going on display at Tate Britain for the first ...

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Secession

Eleanora Louis

Eleanora Louis looks at the history of the Vienna Secession.

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Answers to our 2014 art & artist quiz

Thanks to everyone who gave our 2014 round-up quiz a go last week. Find out how you did with the ...

Sculpture

Three-dimensional art made by one of four basic processes: carving, modelling, casting, constructing

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The emblem of earthly vanities: Shadows

Keith Miller

In folk tales, Gothic novels and film noir, shadows are premonitions, harbingers of threat and death. Western painting and its ...

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A Study in denim: Peter Blake

Stephen Daniels

Upon its prize-winning appearance at the 1961 John Moores’ Exhibition in Liverpool, Peter Blake’s Self-Portrait with Badges 1961 rapidly ...