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Meredith Monk – ‘I Believe in the Healing Power of Art’ | TateShots

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Sidney Nolan’s ‘time capsule’ art studio opens to the public

The perfectly-preserved UK studio of artist Sidney Nolan has opened to the public for the first time ever this summer to mark his 100th birthday. Melbourne-born Nolan is best known for portraits of 19th-century outlaw Ned Kelly and other legends

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A behind-the-scenes look at the Robert Rauschenberg Archives

   

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The Rauchenberg Archive

WHEN YOU’RE LOOKING for the Robert Rauschenberg archive, everything starts to resemble a Rauschenberg. The chance juxtaposition of a vibrant yellow school bus next to a red Staples sign seems somehow intended, part of the artist’s grand design. So too

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Unpacking relationships

From September 2 through October 26, 2014, Mira Friedlaender was in residency at Recess in SoHo. Friedlaender’s mother, the artist Bilge Civelekoglu Friedlaender, was born in Turkey in 1934 and died there in 2000. She spent the majority of her

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Richard Hamilton, Marcel Duchamp, 1967

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