Tate Etc.

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Tate Etc. brings you the best stories on historic, modern and contemporary art in an accessible and thought-provoking way, with the regular voice of world-renowned artists and writers.

Published three times a year and filled with interviews, profiles, opinions and in-depth features, Tate Etc. has all you need to know about art and culture, both at Tate and beyond.

Latest issue

- Louise Baring on the surrealist photographer, painter and poet Dora Maar

- Artist Theaster Gates tells the story of his forthcoming Tate Liverpool exhibition Amalgam

- Curator Sook Kyung Lee reflects on the work of pioneering video artist Nam June Paik

- Rebecca Peabody discusses next Turbine Hall commission artist Kara Walker

With a special section commission by Mark Leckey, inspired by William Blake, with contributions from poet Raymond Antrobus, writers Charlie Fox, Daisy Lafarge and Alan Moore, artists Robert Beatty, Dawn Mellor and Imran Perretta, and a conver- sation between Mark Leckey and poet Paul Farley

Subjects: Art, Culture, Museums

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Tate Etc. brings you the best stories on historic, modern and contemporary art in an accessible and thought-provoking way, with the regular voice of world-renowned artists and writers.

Published three times a year and filled with interviews, profiles, opinions and in-depth features, Tate Etc. has all you need to know about art and culture, both at Tate and beyond.

  • First Issue: Issue 1 - Summer 2004
  • Latest Issue: Issue 47 - Autumn 2019
  • Issue Count: 47
  • Published: Three times a year
  • ISSN: ISSN 2516-3493

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