Tate Britain

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Museums must do more to acknowledge Britain’s colonial past | Letter
Letter: Wendy Barnaby praises the Tate Britain curator David Bailey for addressing the legacy of slavery, and says other galleries and institutions must follow suit

Letters

30, Nov, 2021 @5:22 PM

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Life Between Islands review: displaying the power and passion of Caribbean-British art
Resistance and defiance and celebrations, arrivals, departures and returns: from photographs of protests to a Union Black flag, this timely show is an unmissable testament to creativity

Adrian Searle

29, Nov, 2021 @6:38 PM

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Curator of Tate Caribbean-British exhibition says UK museums must face up to past
Life Between Islands features artists of Windrush generation and explores Black power movement in UK

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

29, Nov, 2021 @10:50 AM

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Hogarth and Europe review – razzle and dazzle but not much fun
Tate Britain, London
This presentation of the works of William Hogarth and his European contemporaries contains many gems but is too diffuse and socially anxious

Rachel Cooke

07, Nov, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Adieu gin, au revoir roast beef! How Hogarth became a proud European
His most famous satires are often seen as part Shakespeare comedy, part Carry On film. But Tate Britain’s Hogarth and Europe exhibition shows the artist was no Little Englander

Kathryn Hughes

02, Nov, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Constable hits Stonehenge, Hogarth does Europe and witches get a makeover – the week in art
The Royal Academy shows a new side to the landscape artist, Tate Britain takes Hogarth to the Continent and Deborah Roberts is in a fragmented mood in Liverpool

Jonathan Jones

29, Oct, 2021 @1:57 PM

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Francis Bacon estate implies artist’s friend created parts of Tate collection
New book says many pieces in Barry Joule Archive bear ‘scant resemblance’ to artist’s work, but donor insists they are real

Dalya Alberge

27, Sep, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Rich, red and rare: Hogarth’s lady back home after 100 years
The portrait of heiress Mary Edwards, thought to be the Georgian era’s wealthiest woman, is due back in the city in a new Tate show

Vanessa Thorpe

05, Sep, 2021 @8:15 AM

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The artist, the mafia and the Italian job: is heist mystery about to be solved?
The theft of a vanload of Leon Kossoff’s work haunted the painter for 50 years. Now historians hope some might be recovered

Dalya Alberge

22, Aug, 2021 @9:00 AM

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The row between art galleries and donors is bigger than bringing home the Bacon | Oliver Basciano
As Tate faces potential legal action from a Francis Bacon donor, British galleries’ relationships with private collectors need more scrutiny

Oliver Basciano

12, Aug, 2021 @2:02 PM

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Tate donor warns: ‘I’ll take back my £20m Francis Bacon collection’
Barry Joule, a close friend of the artist, says the gallery has not kept to a pledge to stage exhibitions of the works

Dalya Alberge

08, Aug, 2021 @7:30 AM

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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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