Look again: the visual language of Prunella Clough

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Abstract

In this short film, made by Tate Media, former Tate archivist Sue Breakell and art historian Gerard Hastings introduce Clough's archive as a body of ideas from which her final prints and paintings emerged.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTate Britain
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Breakell, S. (Author/Creator). (2017). Look again: the visual language of Prunella Clough. Digital or Visual Products, Tate Britain.
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