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Tate Etc

Lives of the Artists: Nigel Henderson

Louis Henderson

Louis Henderson on how the work of his great uncle, Nigel Henderson (1917–1985), still haunts the present

Tate Papers

Meyer Schapiro, Abstract Expressionism, and the Paradox of Freedom in Art Historical Description

C. Oliver O’Donnell

This article analyses a talk given by the American art historian Meyer Schapiro in 1956 that was broadcast on BBC ...

Tate Papers

Art World, Network and Other Alloway Keywords

Courtney J. Martin

The British critic Lawrence Alloway (1926–1990) generated a new vocabulary for American art of the 1960s and 1970s. This ...

Tate Papers

Emerson’s Evolution

Carl Fuldner

British photographer Peter Henry Emerson’s dramatic recantation of his beliefs about photography and art forms a canonical yet perplexing ...

Tate Papers

Merzzeichnung: Typology and Typography

Michael White

When Kurt Schwitters began making collages in 1918, the initial term he used to describe them was Merzzeichnungen (Merz drawings ...

Tate Papers

‘A Wistful Dream of Far-Off Californian Glamour’: David Sylvester and the British View of American Art

James Finch

David Sylvester’s criticism from the 1950s and 1960s combined enthusiasm for the vitality of new American art with ambivalence ...

In Focus

Anti-Photojournalism: Working Against the Grain

Stephanie Schwartz

Tate In Focus research project exploring Waiting for Tear Gas 1999–2000 by Allan Sekula

In Focus

Exhibition and Reception

Samuel Shaw

Tate In Focus project exploring The Doll’s House 1899–1900 by William Rothenstein

In Focus

Introduction

Alex Taylor

Introduction to In Focus research project on String Composition 128 1964 by Sue Fuller, authored by Alex Taylor with contributions ...

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Archiving the Uncollectable: Museum Education and Memory Loss

Memory loss, struggles in communicating our work, changes in mood, apathy, confusion, difficulty in building our own storyline, a failing ...

Tate Papers

Tate Papers

Naum Gabo as a Soviet Émigré in Berlin

Christina Lodder

Naum Gabo’s arrival in Berlin in 1922, which initiated his lifetime emigration from the Soviet Union, has been interpreted ...

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The Craze for Pastel: Essay

Ruth Kenny

Ruth Kenny's essay on The Craze for Pastel in conjunction with a 2014 BP Spotlight display at Tate Britain ...

In Focus

Rembrandt and Reality

Samuel Shaw

Tate In Focus project exploring The Doll’s House 1899–1900 by William Rothenstein

In Focus

Common Threads

Alex Taylor

Common Threads, part of an In Focus research project on String Composition 128 1964 by Sue Fuller, authored by Alex ...

Tate Papers

August Sander’s Portraits of Persecuted Jews

Rose-Carol Washton Long

Countering the characterisation of August Sander’s work as politically neutral, Rose-Carol Washton Long argues that the ‘The Persecuted’ and ...

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Muscular Modernism

Sarah Victoria Turner

Sarah Victoria Turner explores the circumstances of the making of the relief and the posthumous cast of Wrestlers by Henri ...

Tate Etc

New yarns: Tate Etc. Essay: Textiles and Art

Kirsty Bell

Textiles: we wear them every day and take them for granted, but they are more than mere carriers for our ...

Tate Papers

Carl Andre

Alistair Rider

Alistair Rider, Carl Andre; Tate Papers no.8

Tate Etc

'He lived on another sphere, and made most people feel too normal, less poetic than he was'

Nicholas Fox-Weber

The EY Exhibition – Paul Klee: Making Visible at Tate Modern