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Turning the tables

Tom Morton

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


Myth & gesture

Colette Swires

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


Turner at 20

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


Peter Blake's A–Z

peter blake

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


Buried treasure

Frances Spalding

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


Polke dots

A.S. Byatt

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


Venetian whispers

Allan Massie

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


Captain spectacular

Brian Cathcart

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


Studio: Thomas Hirschhorn

Mark Rappolt

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


Blinding white

Paul Bonaventura

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


The Bronze Age: Henry Moore

Chris Turner

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


Head case: Paul McCarthy

Paul McCarthy

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


Quiet mystery

Jennifer Mundy

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


A landscape of mortality: Paul Nash

Simon Grant1

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


Five angels

Bill Viola

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


Bridget Riley: At work in east and west London

Eamonn McCabe

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


Time regained (sort of): A century of artists' film in Great Britain

Peter Gidal

Filmmaker, writer and influential teacher Peter Gidal gives a personal overview of A Century of Artists’ Film in Britain, showing ...


Studio: Cindy Sherman

Betsy Berne

Exclusively for Tate, artist Cindy Sherman has photographed her own studio. Betsy Berne – painter, novelist and fellow pugilist – goes 15 ...


Tate plays Cupid

Richard Cork

Out of favour during the Cromwell years, the Cavalier playwright Sir William Killigrew was forced to live apart from his ...


Casual beauty

Jeremy Millar

Jeremy Millar surveys the photoscape of this Turner Prize-winning artist