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OPENER Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors at Tate St Ives 6

ON VIEW Staying local this summer? Landscapes close to home have inspired great artistic innovation 15

ON VIEW Tate St Ives’s new collection displays explore connections between artists traditionally associated with St Ives and contemporary artists, such as Denzil Forrester 17

PREVIEW Lee Bul’s monstrous, tentacular sculpture goes on display at Tate Modern this summer 19

OPINION As saplings from Joseph Beuys’s 7000 Oaks come to Tate Modern, Ellen Mara De Wachter argues that we too must learn from the wisdom and practices of ancient cultures 20

Rodin with the plaster Monument to Victor Hugo in the studio of the Dépôt des Marbres, Paris, c.1898, photographed by Paul Marsan, known as Dornac (p.28)

Sophie Taeuber-Arp Equilibrium 1932 (p.40)

Paula Rego The Policeman’s Daughter 1987 (p.50)


TATE MODERN From Statue to Sculpture As a landmark exhibition shines a light on Auguste Rodin’s radical and expressive use of plaster, David J. Getsy explores how the artist’s sensual surfaces redefined how we have experienced sculpture ever since


TATE MODERN Colour, Geometry and Pure Radiance Living in the shadow of two world wars, the Swiss artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp saw art as ‘a source of solace, a symbol of possibility,

a space of improvisation’, writes

Jennifer Higgie


TATE BRITAIN Telling Tales

Ahead of Paula Rego’s largest ever UK retrospective, the writer Zoe Pilger talks to the artist about religious imagery, fighting censorship through art, and her abiding interest in the stories we tell



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