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Tropical fusion: Beatriz Milhazes

Adriano Pedrosa

In the Studio: Adriano Pedrosa visits Beatriz Milhazes

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Where there's life, there's...: George Frederic Watts's 'Hope'

Paul Barlow

Paul Barlow looks at George Frederic Watts’s Hope

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Tate Etc. issue 2: Autumn 2004

Tate Etc. issue 2; Autumn 2004; Tate's magazine, online version of Tate's magazine

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Sound waves: Bruce Nauman

Robert Storr

Language has been a key element in Bruce Nauman’s work. For the fifth in The Unilever Series of commissions for …

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MicroTate 2

Jennifer Wiseman , Neal Brown , Lisa Appignanesi and Paul Noble

Contemporary reflections on a work in the Tate collection

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Another time, another space

Mark Godfrey

Mark Godfrey on the shifting notions of time and space in recent film and video

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The Sun is God: J.M.W. Turner

Paul Pfeiffer

New York-based video artist Paul Pfeiffer explains how J.M.W. Turner’s painting Light and Colour (Goethe’s Theory) – The Morning after …

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Criticism trouvé: Michael Landy

Arthur Smith

Arthur Smith hangs around at Michael Landy’s Semi-detached

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Six reflections on the photography of Robert Frank

Ed Ruscha , Robert Frank , Lou Reed , Liz Jobey , Mary Ellen Mark and Mark Haworth-Booth

Robert Frank is one of the world’s most influential photographers. For more than fifty years, he has broken the rules …

Tate Papers

Tate Papers no.1: Spring 2004

Tate Papers, Spring 2004 edition

Tate Papers

Gothic Romance and the Quixotic Hero:A Pageant for Henry Fuseli in 1783

Martin Myrone

Henry Fuseli (1741–1825) was one of the most inventive artists of his age, exploring the strange and fantastic in a …

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Unland: The Place of Testimony

Tanya Barson

Colombian artist Doris Salcedo (born 1958) addresses the themes of loss and bereavement in her sculpture Unland: audible in the …

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The Photographic Comportment of Bernd and Hilla Becher

Blake Stimson

Bernd and Hilla Becher first began their project of systematically photographing industrial structures in the late 1950s. This paper, first …

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On Painting: Art & Language

Michael Baldwin , Charles Harrison and Mel Ramsden

This paper was presented by members of Art & Language (Michael Baldwin, Charles Harrison and Mel Ramsden) at Tate Modern …

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An 'overflowing, a richness & poetry': Joseph Cornell's Planet Set and Giuditta Pasta

Jennifer Mundy

The American artist Joseph Cornell (1903–1972) is famous for his allusive box constructions. This paper examines the history of Planet …

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Sir Anthony Van Dyck's Portraits of Sir William and Lady Killigrew, 1638

Karen Hearn

This paper discusses the painting of the courtier and writer Sir William Killigrew and the companion portrait of his wife …

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Developing Strategies for the Conservation of Installations Incorporating Time-Based Media: Gary Hill’s Between Cinema and a Hard Place

Pip Laurenson

Strategies for the conservation of a complex installation by Gary Hill (born 1951) are discussed with special reference to the …

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‘Are We as a Society Going to Carry on Treating People This Way?’ Michael Landy’s Scrapheap Services

Sean Rainbird

During the 1990s Michael Landy made four major installations, including Scrapheap Services, 1995. Although motivated by personal concerns, these installations …

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Private view: Richard Dadd

Sigmar Polke

Richard Dadd was not only extremely well educated, he was on his way to becoming a full-blooded representative of Victorian …

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I've got this strange feeling...: The uncanny

Mike Kelley and Jeffrey Sconce

Following Mike Kelley’s exhibition The Uncanny at Tate Liverpool, the artist and Jeffrey Sconce talk about Freud, the power of …