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Sounds of War and Peace

Hannah Kemp-Welch

Susan Philipsz has created a sound work for Tate Britain using war-damaged musical instruments. Sombre and peaceful, the work provides ...

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Constable's legacy and influence

Discover how Constable ensured the circulation and longevity of his masterpieces and explore his influence on later generations of artists

In the Gallery

Women and Power: A walk through Tate Britain

Explore stories of women’s empowerment across the centuries through works in our collection

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Dynamism and Movement Exam Help

Explore how artists use marks and colour to suggest motion or make kinetic, performance and video art to explore movement

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As Seen: Modern British Painting and Visual Experience

Robert Pepperell and Louise Hughes

During the twentieth century several important British artists began to paint features of visual experience rarely ever painted before, including ...

Richard Deacon: Struck Dumb

In February 2014, Tate Britain presents a major retrospective of the work of Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon
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‘Are We as a Society Going to Carry on Treating People This Way?’ Michael Landy’s Scrapheap Services

Sean Rainbird

During the 1990s Michael Landy made four major installations, including Scrapheap Services, 1995. Although motivated by personal concerns, these installations ...

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Neuro ways of seeing: Neuroarthistory

John Onians and Eric Fernie

In his new book Neuroarthistory: From Aristotle and Pliny to Baxandall and Zeki, John Onians argues that advances in the ...

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Surface and Style: Family Jules and 1970s Aesthetics

Anna Arabindan-Kesson

Tate Research In Focus study on Family Jules: NNN (No Naked Niggahs) 1974 by Barkley L. Hendricks
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News and Events Exam Help

Look at artists responses to news, from headline-grabbing events and social or political issues, to stories of the extraordinary everyday

Tate Papers

Reasoned Exhibitions: Blake in 1809 and Reynolds in 1813

Konstantinos Stefanis

This paper considers Blake’s 1809 exhibition in the light of the nascent practice of retrospective exhibitions and compares it ...

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Religion and Politics

Brian Young

Tate Research In Focus project on John Constable's Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows 1831

Richard Deacon: Not Yet Beautiful

In February 2014, Tate Britain presents a major retrospective of the work of Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon. Associated interview ...
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Object Dialogue Boxes

hedsor – Kimberley Foster and Karl Foster and Joanne Davies

This paper will present an emerging artistic practice that employs the unexpected and unfamiliar as minor provocations to stimulate enquiry-based ...

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Five ways to look at Malevich’s Black Square

Susan Holtham and Fiontan Moran

So, what is the big deal about Malevich’s Black Square? You may have heard about it having ‘mystical ways ...

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Dance, Theatre and Performance

Ayla Lepine

Tate Research In Focus project on The Deluge 1920 by Winifred Knights
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Wrestling

Sarah Victoria Turner

Sarah Victoria Turner explores the circumstances of the making of the relief and the posthumous cast of Wrestlers by Henri ...
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Paintings on Canvas: Lining and Alternatives

Stephen Hackney

This paper catalogues major changes in attitude during the last thirty years to conservation practice for the treatment of degraded ...