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In the Archive: Messages to our Mums

Daisy Johnson

The writer visits the Tate Archive and discovers a project by Yoko Ono that gathered hundreds of people’s intimate homages ...

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My encounters with Anni Albers

Sheila Hicks

‘I don't think I understood her work back then, but now I have a better notion of what it was ...

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Anni Albers: Weaving Magic

Briony Fer

As a student at the Bauhaus in Germany in the early 1920s, Anni Albers found artistic freedom in the weaving ...

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Anni Albers’s quiet force

Duro Olowu

‘The passing of time has allowed her to be understood as the great and prolific artist she was; a quiet ...

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Connecting with Anni Albers

Leonor Antunes

‘It's rare to see an artist that has done so much research into an area and yet is able to ...

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Lives of the Artists: Grace Pailthorpe and Reuben Mednikoff

Michel Remy

Introducing the British surrealists who formed a fascinating and unsettling partnership

Exhibition Guide

Edward Burne-Jones

Find out more about our exhibition at Tate Britain

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The Physicality of Research

What does research look like, how do we see it, what happens if we poke it?

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In Focus: Kerry James Marshall’s Untitled (London Bridge) 2017

Mark Godfrey

A recent painting of London Bridge (in Lake Havasu City, Arizona) by Kerry James Marshall, on display at Tate Britain ...

Picture Essay

Paul Smith’s Five Words on Art

The legendary fashion designer gives us an insight into his world

Exhibition Guide

Turner Prize 2018

Read the exhibition guide to Turner Prize 2018

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Science Fictions

Alex Taylor

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Monumentalism

Robert Slifkin

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List

Reading List: Power, Visibility and Truth in Art

Thick/er Black Lines

These texts chosen by Thick/er Black Lines, explore these themes in art, the gallery space and society

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Jesse Darling: The Ballad of Saint Jerome

Jesse Darling

Tate Etc. hears from the artist on the eve of their Art Now exhibition at Tate Britain