Tate Etc. - Issue 31 - Summer 2014

Tate Etc. - Issue 31 - Summer 2014
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Publication Date May 2014

Highlights include: an homage to Henri Matisse including interviews with Jacqueline Duheme and Francois Gilot as well as contemporary artists’ reflections on Matisse’s cut-outs, Jeff McMillan on British Folk Art, a look inside the studios of Piet Mondrian, Aleksandra Shatskikh on Kazimir Malevich, a studio visit with Lee Ufan, Gabriela Burkhalter on art and the playground, and personal reflections on works in the Tate collection from Chris Killip, Scott Myles, Caroline Corbeau-Parsons and Lydia Gifford. Contents British Folk Art Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs I Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs II Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs III Mondrian and his Studios Nasreen Mohamedi Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation International Exchanges: Modern Art and St Ives 1915-65 Kazimir Malevich I Kazimir Malevich II In the Studio: Lee Ufan Etc. Essay: Art and the Playground Microtate: Chris Killip, Scott Myles, Caroline Corbeau-Parsons and Lydia Gifford Behind the Curtain: In the archive In this issue To the rescue of civilisation man Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation James Hall In his day Kenneth Clark was an influential patron, art historian, collector, gallery director and broadcaster - and one of the first to bring art and culture to more popular audiences, in particular through the landmark BBC series Civilisation in 1969. Views are divided as to his legacy, but, as one fellow art historian argues, we should also remember him as a passionate skilful art writer, whose ground-breaking works such as Landscape into Art 1949 and The Nude 1956 show that his ‘deeply pondered eloquence is needed more than ever’

ISSN 9771743885001
Quantity 1
Format Magazine
Related Artists Kazimir Maljevic, Henri Matisse, Nasreen Mohamedi
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