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Editorial – July 2017

WHOLESALE GRATIFICATION  In the last issue I noted the gradual 404 Not Found but relentless erosion of space allocated to historical pictures in Tate Britain. This contraction will now accelerate because the collection is to be re-hung, yet again, on this occasion thematically – a policy undoubtedly designed to demonstrate the State Art Commandment that


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all roads shall lead to the

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Usual Suspects. […]

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Editorial – May 2017

TATE BRITAIN NEEDS ITS IDENTITY BACK In recent issues I’ve described how since 1945 404 Not Found the education, bureaucracy and exponentially increasing cash for the visual arts have been usurped and dominated by


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an evolving one-track mindset which, in these pages, is called State Art.

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This sinister subversion of the institutions, predicted before and after the last war by Eliot, Wyndham Lewis and Orwell among […]