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Apollo Magazine
The International Art Magazine. Published monthly since 1925, we cover everything from antiquities to contemporary work
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Apollo Magazine 1h
How new groups like W.A.G.E are seeking a fair deal for artists
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Apollo Magazine 2h
‘Each painting seems to come out of a different nightmare’ – on Paula Rego
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Apollo Magazine 4h
This 11th-century scroll by Su Shi, billed as the Chinese Leonardo, is set to break records at auction this month
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Apollo Magazine 5h
‘A vision of a world that hinges on reality yet twists from view’ – Harriet Baker on ‘Magic Realism’
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Apollo Magazine 6h
Pleasure piers: what does the future hold for this odd British institution?
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Apollo Magazine 7h
Constantin Huygens played a key role in building the royal art collections in The Hague – so it’s apt that the Mauritshuis has just acquired this portrait of him
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Apollo Magazine 9h
‘My definition of religion amounts to art and my definition of art amounts to religion’ – Richard Pousette-Dart
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Apollo Magazine 10h
Elizabeth I acceded to the English throne in 1558. From our archive, here’s Juliet Carey on the Elizabethan court painter Nicholas Hilliard
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Apollo Magazine 11h
The art of remembrance: how have museums and artists handled the centenary of the war?
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Apollo Magazine 12h
Gerhard Munthe believed in a ‘total art’ – not only did he design his home, but also the furniture and hangings inside
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Apollo Magazine 13h
Baroque women artists had a better time in Bologna than Rome
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Apollo Magazine 15h
The nightmarish narratives of Paula Rego
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Apollo Magazine 16h
The clock that helped Swiss railways run on time gets a top spot in Zurich’s Design Museum
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Apollo Magazine 17h
Oskar Kokoschka put Anni Albers off painting, but painting’s loss was weaving’s gain
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Apollo Magazine 18h
The director of this year’s Carnegie International wants to fill visitors with ‘museum joy’
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Apollo Magazine 19h
Ida O’Keeffe gets her first major survey this weekend
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Apollo Magazine 20h
André Malraux wrote that ‘art history is the history of that which can be photographed’. What would he have made of digital imaging?
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Apollo Magazine 21h
Mario Merz’s igloos are given a new lease of life in Milan
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Apollo Magazine 22h
The artists campaigning for public institutions to sign up to fair pay agreements
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Apollo Magazine 23h
‘The new gallery isn’t just about Islamic art, it’s about Islamic culture’ – Venetia Porter on curating the new displays at the
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