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From Cézanne to surrealism: Tate unveils 2022 programme
Other exhibitions include Cornelia Parker, Walter Sickert, Barbara Hepworth and the Turner prize

Lanre Bakare Arts and culture correspondent

27, Jul, 2021 @10:58 AM

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From brutal Dubuffet to nice guy Nero: what to see as art exhibitions open
As galleries reopen their doors, we preview a visual feast that includes Rodin, Eileen Agar, Paula Rego, Matthew Barney – and an out-of-body experience in Liverpool

Adrian Searle and Jonathan Jones

14, May, 2021 @3:29 PM

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Sir Alan Bowness obituary
Accomplished director of the Tate in the 1980s who updated the gallery’s approach and expanded its reach

Michael McNay

05, Mar, 2021 @8:52 PM

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Bagpipes v Covid: Aliza Nisenbaum's glowing tributes to the pandemic frontline
The revered painter of vibrant portraits has celebrated the courage of Merseyside health staff – without leaving LA. She reveals how she captured her sitters in scrubs, asleep and even blowing the bagpipes

Benoit Loiseau

17, Dec, 2020 @2:21 PM

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Tate to cut 120 gallery jobs in £4.8m cost-cutting drive
Arts organisation says it is aiming for voluntary redundancies as it struggles with impact of pandemic

Lanre Bakare

03, Dec, 2020 @2:23 PM

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The Guardian view on access to art: drifting away | Editorial
Editorial: As redundancies loom and opportunities for cultural experiences narrow, the arts risk regressing into a pastime for the elite

Editorial

14, Aug, 2020 @5:25 PM

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Tate galleries to make half of commercial workforce redundant
313 jobs to go in publishing and shops, cafes and restaurants in London, Liverpool and St Ives

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

12, Aug, 2020 @12:19 PM

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Vivian Suter: the rainforest-dwelling artist who paints with fish glue, dogs and mud
She was ignored for decades, but now Suter has been rediscovered as a pioneering eco-artist. We meet her, and her 97-year-old collagist mum, in the wilds of Guatemala

Claire Armitstead

07, Jan, 2020 @3:06 PM

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Theaster Gates: Amalgam review – memorial to America’s island of shame
The American artist uses music, installations and film in a moving monument to the fate of a post-slavery community in offshore Maine

Laura Cumming

15, Dec, 2019 @9:00 AM

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Theaster Gates review – a shocking lament for the ransacked paradise of Malaga
Tate Liverpool
The US artist has turned his powerful gaze on Malaga, a self-determined, racially mixed island that was cleared of its inhabitants – and the bones of their ancestors

Adrian Searle

13, Dec, 2019 @4:55 PM

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How many likes for Da Vinci? Why it's fine to take pictures in an art gallery
Photographs used to be banned in art galleries – now they’re encouraged. So why do some people get so snobby about them?

Tom Emery

16, Aug, 2019 @3:13 PM

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Keith Haring review – jubilance and beauty from the message man
Keith Haring’s art speaks loud and radiantly clear at Tate Liverpool in the first major UK show of his work

Laura Cumming

16, Jun, 2019 @7:00 AM

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