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Aesthetics of alienation: Edward Hopper II

Edward Hopper used to compare his paintings with cinematic frames. In turn, his scenes have inspired generations of filmmakers – from ...

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The pleasures of sadness: Edward Hopper

Edward Hopper belongs to a particular category of artist whose work appears sad but does not make us sad…perhaps ...

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Cultivated minds: The art of the garden

Martin Postle talks to Christoph Becker about artists and the inspiration of their gardens

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An artist's dream world: Paula Rego

Marina Warner introduces Paula Rego's new illustrations for Charlotte Brontë 's Jane Eyre.

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Turning the tables

A new exhibition at Tate Modern dares to imagine a better, more democratic world – and perhaps a better way of ...

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Myth & gesture

Alan Davie was a vital post-war link between British and international art. Colette Swires introduces a retrospective of his 65-year ...

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Turner at 20

Now in its 20th year, the Turner Prize will be broadcast by Channel 4 live from Tate Britain on 7 ...

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Peter Blake's A–Z

Sir Peter Blake has created an alphabet of ‘found’ letters for Tate. He explains the inspiration for this artist project.

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Buried treasure

The Tate Archive is no longer a dusty destination of interest only to experts: now you can explore it from ...

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Polke dots

Sausages and potatoes, fairytale images and the dots of newspaper photographs – Sigmar Polke explores modern reality through an extraordinary range ...

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Venetian whispers

The year is 1819; Venice is fading under Austrian rule after a thousand years of independence and imperial glory. Britain ...

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Captain spectacular

He has created rainbows, dyed rivers green and made water flow uphill. Now Olafur Eliasson is taking on Tate Modern ...

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Studio: Thomas Hirschhorn

Tate magazine visited the Swiss-born artist at his Paris studio as he prepared for this autumn's group show Common ...

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Blinding white

Paul Graham's new series of photographs represents a powerful meditation on race in contemporary America

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Quiet mystery

Tate has this year acquired three important works by the surrealist Dorothea Tanning. Tate curator Jennifer Mundy profiles the veteran ...

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The Bronze Age: Henry Moore

Henry Moore's global fame cast a huge shadow over a generation of younger British sculptors. Chris Turner examines the ...

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Head case: Paul McCarthy

Paul McCarthy's huge inflatables now loom outside Tate Modern. During their construction, the artist told Tate how Blockhead was ...

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A landscape of mortality: Paul Nash

Paul Nash was preoccupied with his own mortality from childhood. But being posted as official artist to both world wars ...

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Bridget Riley: At work in east and west London

The distinguished abstract artist invited the photographer Eamonn McCabe to record her preparations for her major retrospective at Tate Britain

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Five angels

Artist Bill Viola explains the uncanny origins of his major work, Five Angels for the Millennium, now at Tate Modern.