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The C C Land Exhibition: Pierre Bonnard: The Colour of Memory

Find out more about our exhibition at Tate Modern

Tate Etc

Tate Etc. issue 45: Spring 2019

Online articles from Tate Etc. magazine featuring Pierre Bonnard, Vincent van Gogh, Dorothea Tanning, Don McCullin, Franz West, Anna Boghiguian ...
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Art & Education: Time to Listen!

Robert Hewison

It’s official. The findings from a recently completed three-year survey reveal that teenagers view arts subjects as an essential element ...

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View from Brazil: Whose truth is it anyway?

Jochen Volz

The results of recent political elections across the globe have gone hand in hand with increasingly polarised debate. Jochen Volz ...


Seven Things to Know about Vincent van Gogh’s Time in Britain

Britain was instrumental in shaping the van Gogh we know today

Tate Papers

Decolonising Nigerian Modernism: Ben Enwonwu’s ‘Identity in Politics’

Bea Gassmann de Sousa

The personal archive of the celebrated Nigerian modernist painter Ben Enwonwu (1917–1994) reveals his understanding of the effects of colonialism ...

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Details, Details: Nathaniel Bacon’s Cookmaid with Still Life of Vegetables and Fruit c.1620–5

Meg Muckenhoupt

One writer sees a tantalising tale in Nathaniel Bacon’s bountiful painting

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John-Paul Stonard

In his regular column, John-Paul Stonard argues that art makes artists, rather than the other way around

Tate Papers

Tate Papers no.30: Autumn 2018

This issue features a collection of papers that originated from ‘Positioning Nigerian Modernism’, a conference held at Tate Modern in ...

Tate Papers

What Would Tutuola Do?

Emmanuel Iduma

Amos Tutuola (1920–1997) was a self-taught writer who began his career by recording Yoruba folktales and rewriting them in Nigerian ...

Tate Papers

Painting the Global History of Art: Hale Woodruff’s The Art of the Negro

Christian Kravagna

This paper shows how African American artist Hale Woodruff’s 1950–1 mural cycle The Art of the Negro depicts a transcultural ...

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Details, Details: John Everett Millais’s Dew-Drenched Furze 1889–90

Matthew Pottage

The curator of RHS Garden Wisley treads the undergrowth of Millais’s autumnal painting

Tate Papers

Performing Global African Culture and Citizenship: Major Pan-African Cultural Festivals from Dakar 1966 to FESTAC 1977

David Murphy

This article traces the ways in which the understanding and expression of global African culture and citizenship evolved across a ...


Eight Essentials to Know About Pierre Bonnard

Learn everything you need to know about this French painter

Tate Papers

Weathering the Storm: Ben Enwonwu’s Biafrascapes and the Crisis in the Nigerian Postcolony

Matthew Lecznar

This article appraises Nigerian artist Ben Enwonwu’s contribution to postcolonial modernism in Nigeria through an analysis of his artistic responses ...

Tate Papers

The Value of Values: Reflections on Tate Exchange

Anna Cutler

This paper aims to explore the frames of practice that were constructed or improvised in Tate Exchange over its first ...

Student Resource

P is for Performer and Participant

A self-led resource to help you and your group discover the Performer and Participant display at Tate Modern


Five things to know about Fernand Léger

Meet the man who invented a new form of cubism to capture modern life

Tate Papers

Lazy Objects: Viewing Mladen Stilinović’s Exploitation of the Dead

Adair Rounthwaite

Mladen Stilinović’s artwork Exploitation of the Dead 1984–90 comprises a huge group of objects concerned with the history of the ...