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Phyllida Barlow takes over Tate Britain

Interview with the sculptor who unveils her vast, "anti-monumental" work for the Duveen Galleries today

Published online: 31 March 2014

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A sculptor’s eye: Veronese in London

As an exhibition of the artist's works opens at the National Gallery, we talk to Nicholas Penny and Xavier Salomon about the artist who trained as a stonemason

Published online: 18 March 2014

The British roots of the Monuments Men

While George Clooney’s film offers a Hollywood view of the true story to save Europe’s art treasure, few know about the very British brand of hero who helped pave the way for the Allied armies’ art detectives

Published online: 15 February 2014

Monuments Men film is a painting-by-numbers, not a masterpiece

George Clooney’s adaptation should have been a passionate tribute to the soldiers that saved art looted during the Second World War, but it falls sadly short

Published online: 12 February 2014

Artist’s anti-reality show

Jamie Shovlin raids the exploitation-movie archive and a related show opens in Manchester next month

Published online: 12 December 2013

Let’s get digital

Post-internet artists take art offline

Published online: 07 December 2013