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MixTate: Helena Hauff on Robert Peake

For the eighth in our series of mixes, DJ and producer Helena Hauff takes inspiration from Robert Peake's Lady Anne ...

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MixTate: Hieroglyphic Being on Wifredo Lam

For the thirteenth in our series, Chicago-born Jamal Moss (aka Hieroglyphic Being) presents a new piece of music inspired by ...

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Cristina Iglesias: ‘The viewer is fundamental in my work’

A Spanish installation artist and sculptor living and working in Madrid

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Amar Kanwar: 'We make sense of life in bits and pieces'

The artist confronts social violence by exposing the use of sexual brutality to exert power in times of political conflict

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Emeka Ogboh: 'Lagos is a city that is never silent'

When the Nigerian artist first moved to Berlin he couldn’t sleep because it was so quiet

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MixTate: Shcaa on Paul Klee

Paris-based producer and composer Shcaa reflects on the many shades of mystery in Paul Klee’s watercolour

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MixTate: Kara-Lis Coverdale on Joan Miró

Montréal-based composer Kara-Lis Coverdale sees a story of engagement in Joan Miró’s etching

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Hannah Starkey: 'This is an important moment for women'

The Irish photographer's images explore female perspective both as the subject and viewer

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Dexter Dalwood: Collective memories

The British artist talks about his 2010 St Ives exhibition

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Susan Norrie talks about setting her work Transit in Japan

Why did the artist set Transit in Japan? Susan Norrie explains

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Susan Norrie talks about some of the themes that Transit explores

What is Transit exploring? The artist Susan Norrie explains

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Susan Norrie talks about making political work

The artist talks about dealing with politics in her work

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Susan Norrie describes her process of working

Susan Norrie describes her process of working
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Susan Norrie talks about working in film

What does the artist like about working in film? Susan Norrie explains

Look Closer

Stuart Brisley: Archives, Context and Memory

What can archives reveal about their creators and the context in which they were created?

Look Closer

Barbara Ker-Seymer and the Bright Young Things

Learn about photographer Barbara Ker-Seymer, and the radical approach to image-making she developed in the 1920s and 30s

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Martin Parr: 'Photography is a form of therapy'

The Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol aims to collect, celebrate and raise the status of British documentary photographers

Interview

Susan Norrie: Transit

The Australian artist works with photography, film and documentary shown in large-scale multimedia installations

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Valérie Mréjen: Stories, memories and language

We met the French artist and filmmaker in Paris

In the Gallery

BMW Tate Live: Joan Jonas

Watch the artist perform a new work created especially for an online audience and filmed at Tate Modern