May 27, 2007 - Tate Etc. - #10 TATE ETC. magazine, featuring Henry II – out now
May 27, 2007

#10 TATE ETC. magazine, featuring Henry II – out now

#10 TATE ETC. magazine, featuring Henry II – out now
Visiting and Revisiting Art, etcetera

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To celebrate our tenth issue, TATE ETC. magazine has collaborated with Franz West and The Wrong Gallery Maurizio Cattalan, Massimiliano Gioni and Ali Subotnick, to produce an exclusive supplement, entitled Henry II. The oversized poster pays homage to some alternative images of Britishness in the Tate Collection, featuring some lesser-displayed works, such as Edward Burra’s ‘Skeleton Party’ and John Quinton Pringle’s ‘The Window’. It also presents Franz West‘s antidote to the theme – ‘Greetings from Vienna’.
Issue 10 highlights include

Salvador Dali and his lifelong obsession with film
Gilda Williams on Andy Warhol and his Mother
Oliver Sacks on Stereography, including an exclusive look at his first ever photograph, taken age 12. Collect your free 3D glasses from Tate shops. John Miller on Piero Manzonis Merda dartista
Marina Warner on Maya Deren
Caetano Veloso on Helio Oiticica
Beate Sontgen on Interiors
Jon Wozencroft on Joy Divisions Unknown Pleasures
Stephen Daniels on Peter Blake
David Campany on Photography
Roni Horn on Water

Salvador Dalí as film-maker? The most decisive moment in the production of a film is when you need the force of will to convince your producers that if this film is not made, the world, as we know it, will come to an end. Roy Disney on his Uncle Walt, Ian Christie, Jonas Mekas and others on Dalí’s lifelong obsession with film.
Marina Warner explores Maya Derens oeuvre and examines how she managed the profound affinity between the material properties of film and inner states of mind.

The Brazilian artist Hélio Oiticica is best known for his coloured boxes, architectural constructions and the wearable caps inspired by his time in Rio’s Mangueira favela. Tate Modern’s exhibition provides an opportunity to explore this mercurial artist during the crucial years when he transformed himself from the precocious Neo-Constructivist acolyte of the 1950s into the revolutionary barrier-smasher of the 1960s. Appreciations from Vincent Katz, Caetano Veloso, Ernesto Neto, Marepe and Catherine Yass.
Warhol stumbled across The Real America in the pantry of a woman who never adopted the American Way of Life. Gilda Williams on Andy Warhol and his Mother.

To coincide with Tate Britain’s first ever photographic survey of Britain’s social history, TATE ETC. asked David Campany, Martin Parr, Anna Pavord and others to reflect on some memorable photographic images, such as the Goddesses series by Madame Yevonde.

You realise how water never loses its identity, it is always discretely itself. Water is transparence derived from the presence of everything. Roni Horn ruminates on how water is central to her work in conversation with Bice Curiger.

TATE ETC. is published three times a year.
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