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Tate Etc. is the online and off-line magazine of the Tate Collection, Britain's national collection of British art from 1500, and international modern art. The Tate Collection is housed in four museums in England: the historical collection is at the Tate Britain, on the banks of the Thames in London; modern art at Tate Modern, in a former power plant; Tate Liverpool, and Tate St. Ives, on the beach in Cornwall. Tate Etc., published since 2004, is the follow-on publication to Tate Magazine, which published 8 issues between October 2002 and December 2003. Every article from Tate Etc. will eventually available online. Although the Tate Collection spans a huge period in the history of art, the focus of these magazines is primarily modern. The current issue features articles on a variety of artists and their work, including Piero Manzoni's Merda d'artista, an edition of 90 signed and numbered works that Manzoni said he made from his own excrement; Salvador Dali's films; and a look at how Andy Warhol was inspired by his mother, Julia Warhola, with links to what the author calls the "Julia Warhola sub-industry" - such as podcasts from the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh of Julia singing the Carpatho-Rusyn folksongs of her childhood.
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