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Minimalism with a human face: Hesse

Eva Hesse aimed to create 'nothings', but the humanity of her work has ensured that her artistic reputation has triumphed ...

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The Turner Prize: everyone's a winner

Tom Morton and Richard Cork

The Turner Prize is a controversial fixture of the autumn calendar, designed to bring new art to new audiences. Tom ...

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Gainsborough's modernity

William Vaughan

A spectacular procession of full-length portraits forms the heart of the largest-ever Gainsborough exhibition, opening at Tate Britain next month ...

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New acquisition

Richard Cork

New acquisition; Tate Magazine issue 1; Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom, 2000, by Anselm Kiefer
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American sublime

Carter Ratcliff

When he first exhibited his vast abstract paintings more than 50 years ago, Barnett Newman's audience did not know ...

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The long look

Michael Collins

Bernd and Hilla Becher have spent their life together photographing the unintended beauty that can be found in industrial structures ...

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Descent into limbo

Anish Kapoor

The artist Anish Kapoor discussed his new work for Tate Modern and other sculptural discoveries with the curator Heidi Reitmaier ...

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Something's wrong: Melanie McGrath on Tracey Emin

Melanie McGrath

Few artists are subjected to fierce public scrutiny in the British tabloids like Tracey Emin. But is she a great ...

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Moving pictures

Sheena Wagstaff

Robert Ryman was a young artist in New York when he met Barnett Newman. He discusses the late artist’s aesthetic ...

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Landscape into art

Bruce Millar

Anya Gallaccio has created a new site-specific work for Tate Britain. The artist discusses her project with Bruce Millar of ...