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    1. 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...

    2. 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 could...

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    1. 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 Richard...

    2. 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 artist...

    3. 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...

    4. 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...

    5. 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...

    6. 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 with...

    7. July 25, 2014

      More exhibitions including Malevich and Mondrian

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

    8. 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 of...

    9. 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...

    10. June 27, 2014

      More exhibitions, including Quentin Blake

      Henri Matisse: The CutOuts, Tate Modern, London Tate Modern’s most visually stunning, historically significant and...

    11. June 13, 2014

      Nicholas Serota on Cy Twombly’s gift to Tate

      Images of an artist at work in his or her studio are rare. Jackson Pollock, photographed by Hans Namuth in a barn in Long...

    12. June 12, 2014

      Cy Twombly works worth £50m donated to Tate

      The Tate has been given its biggest donation for decades in the form of a group of paintings and sculptures by the late US...

    13. FT Photo Diary

      May 13, 2014

      Rothko’s return

      Rob Stothard/Getty Images Art handlers pose with Mark Rothko’s painting Black On Maroon 1958, after going back on display on...

    14. May 13, 2014

      Damaged Rothko back on display

      A Mark Rothko masterpiece that was severely damaged in a graffiti attack has gone back on display at Tate Modern after a...

    15. April 11, 2014

      Colombia’s new wave of artists gains international following

      As a child, Colombian gallery owner José Roca read a story in which explorers discover a lost civilisation that had...

    16. March 28, 2014

      Brazil’s new generation: names to watch

      Renata Lucas Born: Ribeirão Preto, 1971 Format: Installation and sculpture Well-known works: “Falha”, 2003; “Venice...

    17. March 10, 2014

      Planners, architects and developers promote mixed-use property projects

      For most of the 20th century it would have been possible to say that the world’s most impressive buildings and its most...

    18. February 21, 2014

      The Dhaka Art Summit

      A young man stands motionless with his back to the wall. On his shoulder rests a pole, which tilts diagonally down to the...

    19. February 14, 2014

      Pop and nostalgia: Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern

      In Picasso and Truth, the art historian TJ Clark argues that, faced with horror, European modernists retreated to the...

    20. January 20, 2014

      Hyundai to sponsor Tate Modern Turbine Hall exhibits

      Tate Modern has struck an 11-year multimillion-pound sponsorship deal with Korean carmaker Hyundai Motor, underlining the...

    21. January 7, 2014

      Art, dance, rockets and diplomacy: UK-Russia Year of Culture

      Billionaires quaffing champagne on superyachts, trophy football clubs, capacious swimming pools excavated from basements in...

    22. January 3, 2014

      The List: the UK’s hottest tickets of 2014

      The new year promises a bumper crop of UK cultural highlights. Make a note and book early: these tickets will sell out fast....

    23. December 9, 2013

      Tate Modern members’ room, London

      ​​Venue: Tate Modern members’ room ​​Where: London’s Southbank ​​WiFi: Yes ​​Plug sockets: ​Y​es ​​Pr​i​ce of an espresso:...

    24. November 19, 2013

      AstraZeneca appoints Tate architects to design Cambridge HQ

      AstraZeneca has turned to art in its search for better science, announcing on Tuesday that the architect behind London’s...

    25. October 16, 2013

      1:54 African Art Fair, Somerset House, London – review

      Riding the wave of interest in contemporary African art, the first fair devoted to art from that continent opened in London...

    26. October 10, 2013

      Lettings data underscore transformation of London’s south bank

      It was once derided as a poor relation of the City of London, a place of windswept Victorian warehouses, disused wharves and...

    27. October 4, 2013

      Tate Modern unveils largest exhibition of Matisse ‘cutouts’

      Details of the largest ever exhibition of Henri Matisse’s “cutouts” have been unveiled by Tate Modern. The exhibition will...

    28. September 19, 2013

      Browne pushes for Tate funding changes

      Budding artists can see their work projected on to the walls of Tate Modern after the launch of an electronic “drawing bar”...

    29. July 2, 2013

      Eyal Ofer donates £10m to Tate Modern extension

      A billionaire shipowner has donated £10m towards the costs of Tate Modern’s new extension, in one of the largest gifts made...

    30. June 28, 2013

      Pop culture diplomacy

      The handsome young man in the bow tie fell to his knees and kissed the ground. Just a few moments later he was composed in...

    31. June 23, 2013

      Paul Delvaux, Blain Di Donna, London – review

      There has never been a UK solo show of Paul Delvaux, the Belgian surrealist – how he disliked that label. British audiences...

    32. June 15, 2013

      Contemporary art champion Nicholas Serota made Companion of Honour

      Sir Nicholas Serota, who presided over the launch of Tate Modern on London’s Bankside, has spent a career raising the public...

    33. June 7, 2013

      A brief cabin encounter

      Most weeks I have a pretty good idea what I’m going to write about. By the time Wednesday morning rolls around, I set out...

    34. The World

      May 22, 2013

      Ai Weiwei: the Greatest Hits edition

      Evidently, Ai Weiwei is not one to let 81 days in jail keep him quiet. China’s most famous dissident has just released a...

    35. May 17, 2013

      Tate Britain’s rehang

      It has taken 13 years but this week Tate Britain emerged from the shadow of its younger sibling Tate Modern to steal the...

    36. April 5, 2013

      Sao Paulo: museum of modernism

      São Paulo is a museum of modernism: a city that exploded during the years when self-consciously modern architecture was at...

    37. March 19, 2013

      Royal Opera House chooses new head

      The Royal Opera House has appointed Alex Beard, deputy director of Tate galleries, as chief executive of the flagship...

    38. March 15, 2013

      Packing a punch

      They are oversized, overwrought, over here – but too often they underwhelm. American paintings have invaded London this...

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