My house, Bauhaus. Peter Fischli grew up in a Bauhaus home designed by his father. He talks to us exclusively.
As Martin Kippenberger’s first solo exhibition in a British institution comes to Tate Modern, Alison Gingeras, Roberto Ohrt, John Baldessari, Gisela Capitain, Jutta Koether, Piotr Uklanski and Urs Fischer give personal responses to his work.
The French art critic Nicholas Bourriaud examines the ways in which Pierre Huyghe mixes fact and fiction, reversing the real to upset traditional expectations of how art is perceived. His strength lies in his understanding that an image always comes with baggage.
Issue 8 of Tate Etc features 'The Real St Ives Story', Jan Avgikos considers the flowering ot a new reality and Michel Onfray, Jenny Uglow, Chuck Close, George Carey amd Derek Wilson cast and eye back to Holbein.
Gilbert & George have made some iconic images of themselves, and of an alternative English sensibility. Wolf Jahn interviews them.
In the 60s and 70s artists changed how they looked at symmetry, particularly using new media such as video, Ralph Ubl looks at the work of Dieter Roth and Joan Jonas to investigate
In 2004 Mark Wallinger stayed in Berlin’s Nueue Nationalgalerie for nine nights in a bear suit, and viewers such as Christy Lange peered at him alone in the museum. Christy reflects