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Opinion: Art and Nature

John-Paul Stonard

Art can only ever express the distance between humans and the natural world

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Lives of the Artists: Angelica Kauffman

Martin Myrone

Reflecting on the life of the Swiss neo-classical painter who became one of the first members of the Royal Academy ...

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Five Ways Christian Marclay’s The Clock does more than just tell the time

Learn about the award-winning video installation and why it is more than just a timepiece

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Patrick Heron: A Life of Many Dimensions

Katharine Heron and Susanna Heron

Patrick Heron's daughters celebrate some lesser-known aspects of the painter's life and work

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Tate Papers is Tate's online peer-reviewed research journal
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A Queer Walk Through British Art

Discover queer responses to our collection at Tate Britain, curated by members of the LGBTQ+ community at Tate and beyond

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Exhibition guide: Life in Motion

Find out more about our exhibition at Tate Liverpool

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Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One

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Tate Papers no.29: Spring 2018

This issue features two groupings of papers on very different subjects: one is devoted to the work of the nineteenth-century ...

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London 1968: The Poster Workshop

Alexander Peter Dukes

One of the founders looks back at the brief but prolific output of the Poster Workshop in London’s Camden Town

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Exhibition guide: All Too Human

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Exhibition Guide: Shape of Light

Find out more about our exhibition at Tate Modern

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The Upper Room: A Study of Materials and Stability

Natasha Walker and Joyce H. Townsend

Chris Ofili’s The Upper Room 1999–2002 consists of thirteen paintings displayed within a specially designed and carefully lit ...

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The 1957 Rehang of Tate’s Modern British Gallery: Displaying the Contemporary ‘British School’ in the Context of John Rothenstein’s Later Career

Michael Clegg

When Tate’s modern British galleries reopened, refurbished and rehung, in 1957, the gallery’s Director John Rothenstein was entering ...

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New Voices: Face Mask

Sharlene Teo

From our deepest insecurities to our darkest desires, the face tells it all

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Diffractive Analysis: Embodied Encounters in Contemporary Artistic Video Practice

Amba Sayal-Bennett

This paper details how diffractive analysis, a practice-based research methodology combining methods from art practice, art history and cultural studies ...