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TATE BRITAIN Heather Phillipson An artist project by Heather Phillipson, ahead of her monumental commission in the Duveen Galleries


TATE BRITAIN Inside the Order Is Always

Something Wild The lyrical portraits of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, writes poet Elizabeth Alexander, take us somewhere human and true



THE ARTIST’S VIEW Scumbling and Scraping The painter Sky Glabush has long admired the visceral energy of John Constable’s painting techniques


TATE LIVERPOOL Lucian, My Father; Kitt y, My Mother Annie Freud, daughter of Lucian Freud and Kitty Garman, shares memories of her father and mother



BEHIND THE SCENES Deborah Cane reveals the unique conservation challenges posed by Barbara Hepworth’s stone-carving and plaster studios 80

HIDDEN TREASURES A tweed cap in Tate Archive belonging to ‘outsider artist’ Scottie Wilson causes writer Lawrence Norfolk to reflect on the pitfalls of the term 82

THE TATE ETC. GUIDE TO… BIOMORPHISM Jennifer Higgie explores how 20th-century artists sought inspiration from the life forms that surround us 84

A SHOT IN TIME Jacob Epstein’s ‘visored, menacing’ sculpture The Rock Drill has inspired artists, musicians and filmmakers alike 86

LAST WORD The life and work of Louise Bourgeois and Auguste Rodin have some surprising parallels 88

Heather Phillipson’s artist project for Tate Etc. (p.58)

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Geranium Love Sonnet 2010 (p.62)

John Constable Sketch of Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows c.1829 (p.66)

Lucian Freud Girl with a Kitten 1947 (p.68)

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