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Lives of the Artists: Nigel Henderson

Louis Henderson

Louis Henderson on how the work of his great uncle, Nigel Henderson (1917–1985), still haunts the present

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Damien Hirst at Tate Modern: The artist in conversation

Michael Bracewell

Since he was a young teenager, Damien Hirst has enjoyed visiting Tate. From his early fascination with William Blake to ...

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Welcome to his situation...: Tino Sehgal's Turbine Hall commission

Arthur Lubow

The work of the British-born German artist Tino Sehgal exists solely as a set of choreographed gestures and spoken instructions ...

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In the heat of the moment: Private View

Phyllida Barlow

‘I cannot work it out. I cannot resolve it. It is always different.’ An abstract sculpture of interlocking forged iron ...

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Life transformed into the theatrical: Chagall at Tate Liverpool

A forthcoming exhibition at Tate Liverpool focuses on how Marc Chagall combined the Jewish folkloric painterly roots of his native ...

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Out of the light, into the shadows: Tate Etc. Essay: Photograms

Jonathan Griffin

The photogram is an image made without a camera by placing an object directly on to the surface of a ...

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Into the light: The EY Exhibition: Late Turner - Painting Set Free

Jonathan P Watts

The work of J.M.W. Turner has influenced a wide range of cinematographers, filmmakers and artists working with film ...

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Extending bodies

Lisa Le Feuvre

How artists have explored and utilised prosthetic technologies both to satirise humanity and help in the quest to expand the ...

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Walking in unquiet landscapes

Robert Macfarlane

Other traditions run through depictions of the British landscape, below and beyond romantic idealisations. Here, Robert Macfarlane traces a history ...

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My Memories of an Indian Master

Shanay Jhaveri and Howard Hodgkin

Bhupen Khakhar (1934–2003) was an acclaimed artist both in India and internationally. Active from the 1960s, he was part ...

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Artist Sketchbooks: Stanley Spencer

Adrian Glew

Adrian Glew leafs through one of Stanley Spencer’s sketchbooks in the Tate Archive

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In bed with Donald Judd

Christopher Turner

The first piece of furniture Donald Judd made was his bed on the fifth floor of the large cast-iron building ...

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Now is for ever, again: The everyday

Francesco Bonami

From Gabriel Orozco’s exhibition of yoghurt pot lids to Rirkrit Tiravanija’s transformation of a gallery into a kitchen to serve ...

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Poem of the month: Butterfly Antennae

James Midgley

Poem of the Month, Butterfly Antennae by James Midgley, TATE ETC issue 21

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Inside the eye of the beholder: Edvard Munch II

Michael F. Marmor

In 1930, when Munch was 66 years old, an intraocular haemorrhage in his right eye affected his sight. For several ...

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More to meet the eye: Contemporary drawings at Tate

Katharine Stout

Until the 1960s it was seen as a secondary act in the process of art making. Now a new generation ...

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More than skin deep: Tate Acquisition II

Kerryn Greenberg

Tate Etc. introduces a recent purchase now on show at Tate Modern: Santu Mofokeng’s The Black Photo Album | Look ...

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Tate's curators reveal their vision for The Tanks: The Tanks at Tate Modern

Stuart Comer , Simon Grant1 , Kathy Noble , Emily Pringle and Catherine Wood

The first season of performance, choreography and film programmes in the new Tanks at Tate Modern has grown out of ...

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Tate Etc. issue 30: Spring 2014

Online edition of Tate's magazine featuring Richard Deacon, Henri Matisse, Richard Hamilton and more, published 15 January 2014

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The flowering of photography: Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860

Hope Kingsley

In photography’s first decade two pioneering practitioners, David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, collaborated on making salted paper prints ...