Tate Etc. uses Tate collections, events and projects as starting points to explore the visual arts scene on an international scale. From essays to interviews, from cutting edge studio work to archive highlights, Tate Etc. follows the work creating the most interesting debate, and explores its context, history and meaning. We blend the historic, the modern and the contemporary to show that art does not exist in a vacuum, but is rooted in many traditions.
Highlights include: Anne Wagner, Michael Symmonds Roberts, Wilhelm Sasnal, Simon Marshall and Shirley Baker on the different sides of LS Lowry, Theaster Gates and poet Terrance Hayes on Ellen Gallagher, Nick Aldridge talks to Gary Hume, David Hare on the life and times of his friend Patrick Caulfield, Rasha Salti on Saloua Raouda Choucair at Tate Modern, Hassan Musa on Ibrahim El-Salahi, Jackie Wullschalger and Gavin Delahunty on Marc Chagall at Tate Liverpool, Chris Stephens introduces the new Tate Britain rehang and Rose Wylie, John Stezaker, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Richard Smith, William Tucker, Fiona Rae and Jann Hawoth discuss their favourite Tate works.