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6: Exhibitions and Displays

Tim Batchelor

This curatorial essay by Tim Batchelor explores the special exhibitions at Tate dedicated to William Hogarth. Written to accompany BP …


Art and love

Taking a look at Tate’s collection, we reimagine what ‘love’ can mean.

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Five hundred years of British art: Tate Britain rehang I

Chris Stephens

Spread over twenty rooms, Tate Britain director Penelope Curtis’s vision for the extensive rehang hinges around a chronological display from …

Art Term


Bauhaus was a revolutionary school of art, architecture and design established by Walter Gropius at Weimar in Germany in 1919

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Noboru Takayama , Lynda Nead , Alexandra Harris and Iain Sinclair

Noboru Takayama, Lynda Nead, Alexandra Harris and Iain Sinclair reflect on a work in the Tate collection

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The lowly weed has its day: Private view

Richard Mabey

The celebrated nature writer takes a personal tour of those lesser known pictorial heroes that feature in many works within …

Tate Papers

William Blake’s 1809 Exhibition

David Blayney Brown and Martin Myrone

This paper introduces the 1809 London exhibition that William Blake organised of his own works, exploring its high ambition and …

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Tate Etc. issue 29: Autumn 2013

Tate Etc. issue 29, Autumn 2013; online edition of Tate's magazine

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Victoria Pomery , Corin Sworn , Peter Kennard and Sarah Burnage

Individual reflections on a work in the Tate collection

Tate Papers

Memory and the Aesthetics of Military Experience: Viewing the Landscape of the Anglo-Mysore Wars

Rosie Dias

Examining landscape imagery produced after the third Anglo-Mysore War (1789–92), Rosie Dias argues that these works oscillated between memorialisation, personal …

In Focus

Mousehold Heath, the Norwich School and Similar Landscapes Beyond

Sam Smiles

Tate In Focus research project exploring Mousehold Heath, Norwich c.1818–20 by John Crome

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Ede’s Gift

Sarah Victoria Turner

Sarah Victoria Turner explores the relationship between H.S. [Jim] Ede and Wrestlers by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska for Tate In Focus.

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In bed with Donald Judd

Christopher Turner

The first piece of furniture Donald Judd made was his bed on the fifth floor of the large cast-iron building …

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The Materials Used by British Oil Painters in the Nineteenth Century

Joyce H. Townsend

This paper reviews existing literature on nineteenth-century British artists’ materials. Sources of information, such as colourmen’s archives, artists’ diaries and …

In Focus

The Painting

Rachel Scott and Sam Smiles

Tate In Focus research project exploring Mousehold Heath, Norwich c.1818–20 by John Crome

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Replication: Some Thoughts, Some Works

Simon Starling

Simon Starling, Replication: Some Thoughts, Some Works; Tate Papers no.8

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Gillian Ayres: Joyous Colour

Simon Grant

A look back at the life and work of the British artist who tirelessly experimented with paint

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Van Dyck and Tapestry in England

Simon Turner

Van Dyck first came to England in 1620, when the Surrey-based Mortlake Manufactory began making tapestries. Simon Turner considers whether …

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Mai-Thu Perret , Paul Kingsnorth , Dimitris Daskalopoulos and Justin Fitzpatrick

Four new responses to works in the Tate collection


IK Prize

The IK Prize is presented annually by Tate for an idea that uses digital technology to innovate the way we …