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Matisse: the cut-outs (Tate Modern)

Saturday, 3 May, 2014 by Tijana Todorinovic

After an eleven-year interlude, the works of Matisse return to Tate Modern. After the Matisse Picasso exhibition in 2002, the focus is now solely on Matisse and his now iconic, paper cut-outs, and related works of his late period. Not … Continue reading

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Like an Eggshell minus its eggs: Frieze Art Fair 2013

Monday, 11 November, 2013 by Sarah Hegenbart

The Belgian conceptual artist Marcel Broodthaers once pondered about the question of how art contains meaning for its viewers. When looking at his beautifully fragile eggs exhibited at Hauser & Wirth at this year’s Frieze, one might wonder whether such … Continue reading

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Paul Klee: Making Visible (Tate Modern)

Thursday, 31 October, 2013 by Vincent Marquis

Tate Modern’s freshest exhibition traces the artistic career of Paul Klee, commonly considered one of the most highly regarded artists of the early twentieth century. Beginning in Munich in the years 1912-13 through to the artist’s last years in Switzerland … Continue reading

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