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31 Jan, 2014

Does participation deliver equality?

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Installation view of Roger Coward’s You and Me Here We Are – What Can be Said to be Going On? 1977 (left) on display in Art Tuning Left © Tate Photography Artist and filmmaker Roger Coward, whose work features in Art Turning Left, shares his thoughts on the potential of participatory art work to deliver equality Participatory works of art […]

31 Jan, 2014

In pictures: Chinese New Year

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Bryan KnealeHorse 1985Chalk on papersupport: 1831 x 913 mmPresented by Sir Richard (later Lord) Attenborough 1987© Bryan Kneale According to the Chinese calendar, on 31January we enter the year of the Horse so we’ve herded the Chinese zodiac animals from Tate’s collection Which one are you? A hot-headed, mighty dragon? A profound yet unassuming snake? […]

The front cover of Paul Klee’s 1953 Pedgogical Sketchbook © Faber and Faber Limited Paul Klee was a teacher at the famous Bauhaus school – so let’s take his lessons! In the first of a new series, our blogs editor meets curator Matthew Gale to untangle Klee’s Pedagogical Sketchbook I thought I got Bauhaus. Iconic design school, primary […]

29 Jan, 2014

Archives & Access project: Conserving the Archives

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© The Estate of Graham Sutherland My name is Sophie Connor and I’m the Archive Conservator for this project. In the broadest terms, my job here is to make sure archive materials won’t be harmed in the process of digitisation, and to make sure as much information as possible (text or image) is visible when photographed. I’m lucky […]

29 Jan, 2014

Installing Richard Deacon at Tate Britain

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Richard Deacon’s 1998 wooden sculpture After being installed at Tate Britain Photo: Susan Holtham© Tate  Curator of Tate Britain’s Richard Deacon show, Clarrie Wallis, takes time out of installing the British sculptor’s work to reveal what it’s like to slot sculpture together, and how cereal packets come in handy  Installing sculpture is great fun. Tate has a fantastic […]

28 Jan, 2014

Feeling like a threat in Liverpool

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You feel like a threat, don’t you?  Tate Collective member Steven introduces their latest collaboration with artist Ruth Ewan, a publcation exploring the perception of youth in Liverpool As a member of Tate Collective Liverpool I was given the opportunity to collaborate with artist Ruth Ewan to produce an artwork for the Art Turning Left exhibition […]

28 Jan, 2014

In pictures: Jackson Pollock – a birthday tribute

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Jackson PollockYellow Islands 1952Oil on canvassupport: 1435 x 1854 mm frame: 1462 x 1945 x 41 mmPresented by the Friends of the Tate Gallery (purchased out of funds provided by Mr and Mrs H.J. Heinz II and H.J. Heinz Co. Ltd) 1961© ARS, NY and DACS, London 2002 Instead of standing at an easel and […]

20 Jan, 2014

MAYA HAYUK: Artists to watch in 2014

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Maya Hayuk Location: Brooklyn, NY “This year has been a groundbreaking one for Maya Hayuk, as she mounted not only her first solo museum exhibition in the U.S., which was hosted by the renowned Hammer Museum. The artist created impressive murals for Deitch’s “Women on the Walls” in Wynwood, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art […]

20 Jan, 2014

BOOMKA BOOMKA: A solo show by Mysterious Al

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Mysterious Al’s first Australian solo exhibition is the product of a six-month period of living and working with a secret ancient tribe in Melbourne. This nameless, faceless group has co-existed alongside the city’s residents for centuries. Their ancient rituals and practices untouched since their beginning. Drawing influence from the Tribe’s traditional practices as well as […]

10 Jan, 2014

A Look Back at Art News Blog

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I can’t believe how quickly 2013 flew by! I’m glad it has gone though as it was possibly my shittiest year yet. I didn’t paint much of value, I had a pile of family problems, financial problems, health problems, and my dad passed away, so I say good riddance to 2013, you sucked! I’m looking […]


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