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Tate Etc

Colossus of the camera: Francis Frith: Photographs at Tate Britain

Carol Jacobi

The spectacular images created by an Englishman that first revealed the sights along the Nile for those back home

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They shook me: Pre-Raphaelites: Victorian Avant-Garde at Tate Britain II

Jimmy Page and Paul Reeves

The guitarist and founder of Led Zeppelin is a fan and collector of the art of the Pre-Raphaelites. He talks ...

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Family colours: Robert Bevan and the Camden Town Group

Patrick Baty

Tate's online research project, The Camden Town Group in Context, brings together much new material on the artists in ...

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Tate Etc. issue 31: Summer 2014

Online edition of Tate's magazine featuring Henri Matisse, Kazimir Malevich, Piet Mondrian and more, published 13 May 2014
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Giorgio Griffa's Segni orizzontali, 1975: Recent aquisitions

Tate Etc. looks at a recent acquisition, currently on view at Tate Modern

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Whose utopia

Cao Fei

Artist Cao Fei introduces her film Whose Utopia set in a Chinese factory as it goes on display at Tate ...

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The human body: always changing, always the same

Artworks on view at this year’s TEFAF art fair in Maastricht showed how great artists from across the centuries ...

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Opinion: Slow Art in an Age of Speed

Jonathan P Watts

Taking time to look at art is good for us, argues Jonathan P Watts

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Writers on Art: The Art of the Word

Kamila Shamsie

In the first of a new series, Kamila Shamsie is inspired by the discovery of a poetic letter written to ...

Tate Papers

‘Not Incorrect and Particularly Not Irrelevant’: Joseph Beuys and Henning Christiansen, 1966–71

Peter van der Meijden

Between 1966 and 1971, Danish composer Henning Christiansen (1932–2008) appeared in eight of Joseph Beuys’s actions. This article examines the ...

Tate Papers

Beuys’s Legacy in Artist-led University Projects

Christa-Maria Lerm Hayes

Joseph Beuys’s Free International University for Creativity and Interdisciplinary Research (FIU), established in the early 1970s, stands at the beginning ...

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Joseph Beuys: An Earthquake in People’s Minds

Petra Richter

In 1981 the German sculptor and action artist Joseph Beuys created two works – the sculpture Terremoto in Rome and ...

Tate Papers

Frank Bowling: Material Explorations

Laura Homer

This paper establishes a technical art history of the paintings of Frank Bowling and chronicles materials and techniques used by ...

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Olafur Eliasson Talks to Lily Cole

Olafur Eliasson and Lily Cole

Olafur Eliasson creates engaging artworks inspired by his interests in perception, colour, movement, and the interaction of people and their ...

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Keith Haring: Art for All!

Julia Gruen

Ahead of his first major UK exhibition, Keith Haring’s long-time friend and colleague considers the importance of his work in ...

In the Gallery

A Walk Through Tate Modern on the Theme of Migration

Hear how Tate staff and community voices think about migration as you walk through Tate Modern

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Details, Details: John William Waterhouse’s The Lady of Shalott 1888

Donna Huddleston

Artist Donna Huddleston finds inspiration in John William Waterhouse’s painting

Tate Papers

Crossing Borders, Bridging Histories: Christian Weikop in conversation with Richard Demarco

This interview between Christian Weikop and the artist, gallerist and impresario Richard Demarco (born 1930) took place in Scotland on ...

Tate Papers

‘More Impact than the Venice Biennale’: Demarco, Beuys and Strategy: Get Arts

Christian Weikop

In this essay Christian Weikop closely examines primary source correspondence and press material from the Richard Demarco Archive at the ...

Tate Papers

Joseph Beuys and EURASIA

Victoria Walters

In this paper Victoria Walters addresses Joseph Beuys’s interest in the notion of Eurasia – Europe and Asia as a ...