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TRIBUTE Achim Borchardt-Hume, 1965–2021 12

EYE-OPENER Gauri Gill and Rajesh Vangad’s The Eye in the Sky 16

IN THE PICTURE A dancer describes what she sees in a photograph of Trisha Brown performing Set and Reset 19

Q&A Danielle Dean talks about her art, which addresses the labour conditions of two parallel Amazons 20

FIRST SIGHT Lubaina Himid shares her formative experiences of colour and pattern 23

COMMENT Aindrea Emelife considers the power of art to imagine a new world 24

LOOK AGAIN Nathalie Olah on George Stubbs’s bucolic image of agricultural labour 27

Wilhelm Freddie Min kone ser pa benzinmotoren hunden ser paa mig 1940 (p.32)

Toyen L’un dans l’autre 1965 (p.41)

Hew Locke’s work in progress in his studio in London (p.44)

Liz Johnson Artur Time don’t run here 2020–1 (p.52)

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TATE MODERN

Surrealism, but Not as You Know It While many stories of surrealism have focused on Paris in the 1920s, the revolutionary movement inspired and united artists around the world. Dawn Ades charts its global history

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TATE MODERN Free Your Mind Psychoanalyst and bestselling author Adam Phillips explores how surrealism crosses psychological borders as well as physical ones

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TATE BRITAIN Movement Is Everything Hew Locke talks about migration and movement, the complexities of representation, and how some stories from history refuse to be forgotten

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PORTFOLIO Time don’t run here A selection from Liz Johnson Artur’s series of photographs documenting the 2020 Black

Lives Matter protests in London. Plus, an interview between the artist and curator

Yasufumi Nakamori

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