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    1. January 22, 2016

      ‘The Baseball-Photographer Trading Cards’, by Mike Mandel

      Mike Mandel’s baseball-photographer trading cards In 1965, Marian Goodman opened Multiples Inc., her first gallery in...

    2. January 22, 2016

      Women in the frame: the Saatchi gallery’s all-female art show

      Julia Wachtel is a neo-Pop painter who casts an eye on celebrity culture. Mia Feuer makes art inspired by the...

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    1. January 15, 2016

      Tate Modern appoints first female director

      Tate Modern is to get its first female — and British — director, after Frances Morris was selected to head the UK’s...

    2. FT Photo Diary

      January 14, 2016

      Upturned house

      A member of staff looks at artist Phyllida Barlow’s piece untitled: upturned house, 2 (2012), a new acquisition which...

    3. November 13, 2015

      Alexander Calder’s ‘Performing Sculpture’ at Tate Modern

      Alexander Calder’s ‘Performing Sculpture’ at Tate Modern There cannot be a happier exhibition in Britain than Tate...

    4. November 13, 2015

      The art of ‘guerrilla’ gardening at Tate Modern

      Gardening is a skill, but it can also be art. Even London’s Tate Modern has almost admitted it. Until April, the huge...

    5. November 9, 2015

      Tate Modern displays Alexander Calder’s kinetic sculptures

      More than 100 works by Alexander Calder, the American artist who popularised the “mobile” as art, have been assembled...

    6. October 13, 2015

      Abraham Cruzvillegas: Empty Lot, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London

      Even the poster which advertises Abraham Cruzvillegas’ new installation at Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall demands a double...

    7. September 25, 2015

      German art historian takes over at British Museum

      Hartwig Fischer, a German art historian, is to become the first foreign director of the British Museum since 1827,...

    8. September 22, 2015

      Tate extension hit by £30m funding shortfall

      A new extension to Tate Modern will open to art lovers in June 2016, in spite of a shortfall of about £30m in capital...

    9. September 14, 2015

      Tate Modern explodes myths about pop art

      Pop art works never before seen in the UK have gone on display at Tate Modern in an exhibition revealing the global...

    10. September 1, 2015

      Fig-2, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

      It is just after 6pm on a Monday night at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. The gallery is closed, but...

    11. August 26, 2015

      An art show a day keeps the boredom away

      Many with their own website know the situation. My site was accumulating layers of virtual dust; it needed refreshment....

    12. July 27, 2015

      Tate to display modern blockbusters

      Blockbuster exhibitions of Georgia O’Keeffe, Francis Bacon, Robert Rauschenberg and Paul Nash have been announced by...

    13. June 26, 2015

      Berlin burnishes reputation as the heart of global culture

      The surprise choice this week of Russian-born Kirill Petrenko as Sir Simon Rattle’s successor at the Berlin...

    14. June 17, 2015

      Henri Rousseau: Archaic Candour, Palazzo Ducale, Venice

      Henri Rousseau has been puzzling art lovers since he first came to attention at the Salon des Refusés in Paris in 1885....

    15. June 5, 2015

      Agnes Martin: the quiet American

      Agnes Martin retrospective at Tate Modern Over the course of half a century, Agnes Martin produced a body of abstract...

    16. May 28, 2015

      Boris Charmatz, Sadler’s Wells, London — review

      Boris Charmatz’s two-day occupation of Tate Modern, like a similar venture at MoMA in New York in 2013, offered a mix...

    17. May 22, 2015

      Pretty as a picture

      Inspiration can be a loaded word. For those of lesser scruples or talent, “inspiration” can be shorthand for blatant...

    18. May 15, 2015

      The Diary: Ali Smith

      People keep asking me, are you still a feminist?” This is Agnès Varda speaking; we are at her colourful, mischievous...

    19. May 15, 2015

      The Tate project

      It’s almost six years since Simon Baker was appointed Tate’s first curator of photography and international art, a post...

    20. April 24, 2015

      Tate Modern director follows Tate Britain director out of door

      Chris Dercon is to step down as director of Tate Modern, the second director to announce a departure from the Tate...

    21. April 17, 2015

      Sonia Delaunay at Tate Modern

      Sonia Delaunay retrospective at Tate Modern For Sonia Delaunay, the pram in the hall was not the enemy of art but the...

    22. April 14, 2015

      Tate Modern hosts works by abstract artist Sonia Delaunay

      Works by Sonia Delaunay never before seen in the UK go on show on Wednesday at Tate Modern in London, in the first...

    23. February 27, 2015

      The Armory rings in the changes

      Art fairs are becoming increasingly similar: the same galleries presenting the same works can often be seen in Hong...

    24. February 20, 2015

      Chancellor backs mayor of London’s vision of the future

      George Osborne and Boris Johnson have sketched out an ambitious housebuilding and infrastructure programme for London...

    25. January 6, 2015

      Nicholas Cullinan appointed director of National Portrait Gallery

      Nicholas Cullinan, curator of modern and contemporary art at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, has been named as...

    26. December 5, 2014

      Songs in the key of later life

      Terry Riley, the American minimalist composer, received his most important inspiration 50 years ago on a San Francisco...

    27. November 7, 2014

      Museum eateries go upmarket

      On Friday and Saturday evenings, Londoners can sit down to a three-course, £47.50 dinner cooked by a chef who has...

    28. October 17, 2014

      More exhibitions including Shinro Ohtake and Steve McQueen

      Alibis: Sigmar Polke, 1963-2010, Tate Modern, London Polke, painter, provocateur and performer, is sensitively but...

    29. October 14, 2014

      Anarchy & Beauty: William Morris and his Legacy, National Portrait Gallery, London – review

      William Morris wanted art for all, and looking around Tate Modern or the buzzing aisles of Frieze Art Fair today, you...

    30. FT Photo Diary

      October 13, 2014

      Textiles in Turbine Hall

      Anthony Devlin/PA A visitor views a major new installation titled ‘I Don’t Know. The Weave of Textile Language’ by...

    31. October 13, 2014

      Monumental sculpture unveiled in Tate Modern’s turbine hall

      A monumental sculpture in steel, wood and fabric has been unveiled at Tate Modern’s turbine hall, fashioned by an...

    32. October 10, 2014

      Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern

      Sigmar Polke retrospective at Tate Modern Germany and its discontents produced many postwar artists who could have been...

    33. September 26, 2014

      Interview with Tate Modern artist Richard Tuttle

      When Richard Tuttle was a little boy during the second world war, his father had a nervous breakdown. “He was a very...

    34. September 15, 2014

      Tate buoyed by Matisse after fall in visitor numbers

      A five-month exhibition of Henri Matisse’s cut-out artworks has become the most successful in the history of the Tate...

    35. August 15, 2014

      ‘Henri Matisse: the Cut-Outs’ and Malevich, Tate Modern, London

      Tate Modern never looked more authoritative, or offered richer insights into the history of modern art, than it does...

    36. July 25, 2014

      More exhibitions including Malevich and Mondrian

      Malevich, Tate Modern, London The perfect Tate Modern retrospective. Dispensing with imagery, colour, composition,...

    37. July 18, 2014

      Malevich at Tate Modern

      Visions of a revolutionary: Malevich at Tate Modern How do you stage an exhibition of a painter who, within a few years...

    38. July 18, 2014

      AstraZeneca unveils plans for £330m R&D centre in Cambridge

      AstraZeneca’s commitment to UK science was at the heart of its defence against Pfizer’s £69bn takeover bid in May. Two...

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