Tate Britain

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Tomás Saraceno: Web(s) of Life; Tate Britain rehang review – a five-star show that’s all generosity, and a reckoning with history
The Argentinian artist’s captivating work is at once an urgent call to action and irresistibly optimistic. At Tate Britain, a long-awaited rehang dazzles – and sometimes dismays

Laura Cumming

04, Jun, 2023 @12:00 PM

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In the frame: Tate Britain’s rehang has received a mixed response
A reshuffle of Tate Britain’s collections has led to it being accused of reducing art to social history

Vanessa Thorpe

28, May, 2023 @11:00 AM

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Tate Britain rehang review – this is now the museum where art goes to sleep
Tate Britain, London
Once the provocative home of artistic sensation, the gallery is now vacuous, worthy and fundamentally dull. It even seems to disapprove of the very British art it used to promote

Jonathan Jones

23, May, 2023 @12:35 PM

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Fears looted Nazi art still hanging in European galleries
Leading art museums are reassessing their works after a Belgian journalist traced how a fascist sympathiser acquired a Jewish dealer’s collection

Jennifer Rankin in Brussels

20, May, 2023 @12:38 PM

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Isaac Julien: What Freedom Is to Me review – ghosts, dandies and seduction
Luxurious, dreamlike and made to carry the weight of race, sex and politics, the free-roaming films of Isaac Julien beguile but mystify

Laura Cumming

30, Apr, 2023 @12:00 PM

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Isaac Julien review – lithe bodies, a lynching and a televisual paean to lust
Julien’s complex and ambitious work leaves you reeling with its richness as it touches on Aids adverts and stolen artefacts, migrant workers and 80s riots

Adrian Searle

26, Apr, 2023 @3:24 PM

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Artist Isaac Julien: ‘I didn’t know if I’d live on until the 90s. A lot of my friends didn’t’
He rose to fame in the Thatcher era with his lyrical films about race, sex and politics. As he stages a major retrospective, the artist talks about Aids, migration, and Black Tory MPs

Paul Mendez

24, Apr, 2023 @3:00 PM

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The Rossettis review – lurid, luscious-lipped beauties drown out the family’s real talent
Dante Gabriel’s paintings are shown up by his sister Christina’s poetry in this baffling, overblown exhibition about the decidedly non-revolutionary pre-Raphaelites

Jonathan Jones

04, Apr, 2023 @8:00 AM

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Ophelia resurfaces: pre-Raphaelite muse is recognised as a skilled artist
Elizabeth Siddal, immortalised in the painting by John Everett Millais, is finally being judged for her art at a new Tate exhibition

Richard Brooks

02, Apr, 2023 @8:00 AM

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First Tate Britain rehang in 10 years will put female artists at centre
Half the contemporary artists will be women, with works by Kudzanai-Violet Hwami, Bridget Riley and Tracey Emin

Harriet Sherwood Arts and culture correspondent

15, Feb, 2023 @6:15 PM

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Drag queen storyteller says readings ‘help youngsters discover true selves’
Aida H Dee’s Tate Britain events attracted rival protests from a far-right group and counter-protests led by Stand Up to Racism

Matthew Weaver

12, Feb, 2023 @6:58 PM

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One arrested amid Tate Britain protest over drag queen children’s event
Rightwing demonstrators outside gallery met by counterprotesters including trans-rights campaigners

Harry Taylor

11, Feb, 2023 @4:49 PM

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