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Cage (1) - (6)

What are these paintings about? Tate guide Sue Hammerson?

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Composition B (No.II) with Red

What was Mondrian trying to achieve? Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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Snail

Why did Matisse make cut-out paintings? Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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Achrome

What was Manzoni trying to achieve? Tate guide Sue Hammerson
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Cadeau

This was made to be gifted. Tate guide Sue hammerson explains

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Judd, Untitled

This is a minimilist piece. Tate guide Amy Lin

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Pink Tons

How would you label this work? Tate guide Amy Lin

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Behold

What materials did Gowda use? Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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Fountain

Could this be a self-portrait? Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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Equivalent VIII

Could this be a self-portrait? Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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The Passing Winter

Peek through the holes. What can you see? Tate guide Amy Lin

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Pavilion Suspended in a Room I

There is more than meets the eye. Tate guide Amy Lin

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Los Moscos - 2

Why this title? Tate guide Amy Lin

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Four Blackboards

Who was Joseph Beuys? Tate guide Sue Hammerson

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Abstract Speed - The Car has Passed

Who were the Futurists? Tate guide Sue Hammerson explains

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Carl Andre – 3

This piece revived a national debate. Tate guide Amy Lin explains

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Joan Jonas: ‘I am curious about life’

Jonas is one of the most important American artists to emerge in the late 1960s and early 1970s

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Hudibras and Ralph taken Prisoner c.1664–77: By Francis Le Piper

Rica Jones and Joyce H. Townsend

Read technical information about this painting resulting from examination and scientific analysis by conservators and conservation scientists at Tate

Behind The Scenes

Conserving Modern Oil Paintings

How can science help us safeguard 20th and 21st century oil paintings for future generations?

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Chila Kumari Burman – ‘Artists turn chaos into order’

The artist invites us into the ‘tiny little world’ of her East London studio