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Otto Dix and Paul Nash: Views from the First World War
Meet one of Australia’s most important contemporary artists, whose bold and playful works explore the politics of identity
In 1960 the critic David Sylvester travelled to New York on a trip that marked a major change in his ...
Behind The Scenes
Transforming Tate Britain, Archives & Access
From his earliest days as a student in the 1920s to the 1950s when he was a Trustee and until ...
Li Yuan-chia at Tate Modern
Privileged bohemians who dabbled in the arts – or creatives who made an important contribution to the development of modern ...
Case study on Piero Manzoni in the exhibition Paintings, Reliefs and Objects 1974, part of Performance at Tate: Into the ...
In this essay Christian Weikop closely examines primary source correspondence and press material from the Richard Demarco Archive at the ...
Take an in-depth look at the ideas, inspirations and development of the art of the Bloomsbury Group through the work ...
Beuys is Dead: Long Live Beuys! Characterising Volition, Longevity, and Decision-Making in the Work of Joseph Beuys
Joseph Beuys’s use of unconventional materials, such as felt, wax, and fat, characterise his artworks. Whilst museums strive to ...
Sarah Victoria Turner explores the circumstances of the making of the relief and the posthumous cast of Wrestlers by Henri ...
Tate In Focus research project exploring Parts of the Face: French Vocabulary Lesson 1961 by Larry Rivers
Tate Legal and Copyright Department, Replication of Sculpture / Works of Art: Legal Guidelines; Tate Papers no.8
In his third visit to the Tate archive, Lawrence Norfolk explores a movement that used post as its medium.
John Gibson’s Friendship with Charles Eastlake and its Importance in Securing Gibson’s Reputation in London
This article traces the fifty-year friendship between John Gibson and the artist and writer Charles Eastlake. It focuses on their ...
The Gallery of Lost Art is an immersive, online exhibition that tells the fascinating stories of artworks that have disappeared ...