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The Art of Dreaming

What can happen when we allow ourselves to dream? We explore the link between art and dreaming

Podcast

Where Does Time go?

Discover the making of The Clock and hear from a range of people sharing their experiences of time

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Irina Nakhova: 'Real freedom in your apartment’

The Russian artist takes us to her apartment in 1980’s Moscow

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Lindsay Seers: 'I turned myself into a camera'

Known for focusing on the relationship between subject and object in photography

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Maggi Hambling: 'Every portrait is like a love affair'

The British painter and sculptor is known for her intricate land and seascapes

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Sonia Boyce: ‘Gathering a history of black women’

Sonia Boyce conveys political messages focusing on black representation

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Renewing your Membership

Before you embark on your next year of membership, take a look back at a fantastic year of art, and ...

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Goshka Macuga: 'The magic is the unknown'

The Polish artist is known for taking on the role of curator and archivist

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William Kentridge: The Head & the Load

The artist talks about the performance piece to commemorate the First World.

In the Gallery

The Story of Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose: Audio Description

Listen to and watch an in-depth audio description of John Singer Sargent's Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose

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Roger Ballen: 'A good picture comes from nowhere'

The American artist is known for is stark black and white photographs

Interview

Antony Cairns: London by Night

Join photographic artist Antony Cairns as he explores the city at night

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Lubaina Himid: ‘I’m a painter and a cultural activist’

The British artist explores ideas around black British representation and identity

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John Smith: Playing with the power of language

John Smith is a British artist and experimental filmmaker

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William Klein: In Pictures

An exclusive interview with photographer William Klein and first-ever glimpse behind the scenes his Paris studio

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Ursula Schulz-Dornburg: 'I want to archive these places for later generations’

The German photographer is known for her conceptual black and white photographs of barren environments

Talking Point

Why I Love: Richard Dadd's The Flight out of Egypt

Hear our staff talk about their favourite artworks

Talking Point

Why I Love: Yayoi Kusama's The Passing Winter

Hear our staff talk about their favourite artworks

Talking Point

Why I Love: Jenny Holzer's Inflammatory Essays

Hear our staff talk about their favourite artworks