Tate Magazine: Intelligence (The art of being small) (Issue 22, Summer 2000)
Features Tate Britain's inaugural triennial exhibition of contemporary British art. James Hall surveys how artistic intelligence (and stupidity) have been defined over the past five centuries. Also an artist's project created for the Tate by Martin Creed, Mark Sladen on Shirin Neshat, and more. 80p.
Authors include David Anfam, Dore Ashton, Aaron Betsky, and others.
Title: Tate Magazine: Intelligence (The art of being small) (Issue 22, Summer 2000).
Publisher: Tate Museum, 2000.
Condition: Unmarked text. Corner crease on back cover. Good.
Keywords: Great Britain, Tate Britain, Video, Contemporary British Art, Young British Artists, British Art, 20th Century Art, Contemporary Art, Art Journals and Magazines, Artists, United Kingdom and Ireland, Art History