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Tate Etc

You can kiss a Lichtenstein, but you can't kiss us

John-Paul Stonard

Etc. Essay: European Pop Art

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Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson in England, 1969

Simon Grant1 and Nancy Holt

Notes from an ancient island

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The supernatural powers of plywood: Tate Modern Display

Valentina Ravaglia

Mike Kelley’s Channel One, Channel Two and Channel Three 1994, now on display at Tate Modern, is a potent ...

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Mexican encounters: Tate Acquisition I

Melanie Smith

Melanie Smith’s video Xilitla, which focuses on Edward James’s extraordinary gothic Mexican garden Las Pozas de Xilitla, was ...

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‘One’s creative imagination was set free’

Allen Jones

Lichtenstein: A Retrospective at Tate Modern III

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The emotional gaze: Sylvia Sleigh at Tate Liverpool

Francesco Manacorda

Sylvia Sleigh (1916–2010) was a Welsh-born realist painter who spent much of her life in New York with her ...

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Stories from El-Salahi's garden: Ibrahim El-Salahi at Tate Modern

Hassan Musa

The Sudanese artist Ibrahim El-Salahi (born 1930) is a significant figure in African and Arab modernism, whose work reflects a ...

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David Des Granges's The Saltonstall Family

Liadin Cooke

Tate Etc. at Tate Britain / Artists' Perspectives

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Nature, buildings and people: Harry Callahan at Tate Modern

Shoair Mavlian

Despite being regarded as one of the most influential figures in post-war photography, Harry Callahan's work is little known ...

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Seung-Taek Lee's Godret Stone, 1958: Recent aquisitions

Sook-Kyung Lee

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

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Veils of perfection: The EY Exhibition: Late Turner - Painting Set Free

The Swiss mountain known as the Rigi, overlooking Lake Lucerne and its surrounding valleys, was a subject to which Turner ...

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New acquisitions take a bow: Nam June Paik at Tate Modern

Works by South Korean artist Naim June Paik go on display at Tate Modern

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Points of Memory: A timeline of Conflict, Time, Photography at Tate Modern

To mark Armistice Day 2014, we invite you to view a selection of photographs, of scenes touched by conflict and ...

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Beatriz Milhazes on Matisse

For issue 31 of Tate Etc., we asked three contemporary artists to talk about their personal fascination with Henri Matisse ...

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Not dripping, but pouring: Jackson Pollock: Blind Spots

We know about his ‘drip’ paintings that continue to both puzzle and delight viewers, but late in his career Jackson ...

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Behind the Curtain: Gangsters of the New Freedom

Holly Pester

Documents on the 1960s radical anti-art activist group King Mob spark the interest of one visitor to the Tate Archive

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First Encounters with Rauschenberg: Richard Wentworth

Richard Wentworth

Richard Wentworth relives teenage memories from the early 1960s when he visited an extraordinary exhibition by Robert Rauschenberg in London’s ...

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Private View: Sam Riviere on Eduardo Paolozzi

Sam Riviere

Sam Riviere remembers Eduardo Paolozzi’s mosaics at Tottenham Court Road station, a gateway to both the city and the ...

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Let's Do It Together

Vincent Katz

To coincide with the retrospective exhibition of influential American artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008) – whose six-decade career spanned painting, sculpture ...

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Alistair Hudson on art for social change: Opinion

Alistair Hudson

It is time to rethink traditional orthodoxies of art, says Alistair Hudson, and embrace the idea that it should reflect ...