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The most important link is the one to the Tate’s own website. As well as giving full information about all four of the Tate’s homes, their location, opening times and so on, there is also information provided for every work in the collection, with images of those not restricted by copyright legislation:
For further information about the DfES schemes of work:
The following sites refer to individual artists in the order in which they are included in the series.
For the Musée Rodin in Paris (in French and English):
The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC (USA) has created a very good section of their website devoted to Jackson Pollock:
The Marcel Duchamp World Community has a website which is described as ‘a neutral, unbiased, internet location for the meeting and exchange of ideas among the international community of people interested in Marcel Duchamp studies’.
Part of the Tate’s website is dedicated to Cornelia Parker – not Thirty Pieces of Silver but another object-based installation, Cold, Dark, Matter:
Although there is a dedicated Damien Hirst website (http://www.damienhirst.com) it is not particularly informative. Of more value are the Tate’s web pages dedicated to his installation Pharmacy:
Barbara Hepworth’s studio and garden have been run as a museum by Tate since 1980, and are effectively a part of Tate St Ives:
Richard Long has his own website:
The following Dalí site is described as the ‘official website of the institution that manages the painters’ artistic, cultural and intellectual legacy’.
The Lucian Freud retrospective at Tate Britain in 2002 was critically successful, and details are still held on the Tate website:
Like Richard Long, Arman has his own site:
Sonia Boyce’s work became the focus of a special display at Tate Modern in December 2002: