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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
Rembrandt’s influence has taken some remarkably odd forms (via )
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Tom Wesselmann, born in 1931, was best known as a Pop artist. From our archives, here’s Wessie du Toit on why the label doesn’t do him justice
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It’s the final weekend to visit the ’s wide-ranging display of jewels across the globe
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An eye to the future? considers how well John Ruskin’s theories about seeing have lasted
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Mark your calendars – the exhibition openings not to miss next week, at , and more
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Lagos is a better home for the Lander stool than London, writes
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Apollo Magazine 10h
A new project to digitise all publicly owned sculpture in the UK has been launched by
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Gabrielle Schwarz Feb 21
My interview with Elizabeth Price is now online. She was so honest and smart, and I'm sure you'll agree has really great taste in knitwear
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Apollo Magazine 12h
‘Uncanny exhibits abound in the museums and collections of Turin’
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Apollo Magazine 15h
Art acne, masterpiece measles…what happens when paintings start to develop spots?
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Apollo Magazine 18h
We've known that women were illustrators, too, for quite some time, but the nun with lapis lazuli in her teeth is a particularly appealing figure.
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Apollo Magazine 19h
‘The mosque of Ahmad ibn Tulun is one of the oldest intact mosques in Africa’
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Apollo Magazine 21h
Jennifer Mass takes a closer look at the phenomenon known as ‘art acne’
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Apollo Magazine 22h
The artist who dreamed up – literally, he claimed – a new way of making artificial fruit
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Apollo Magazine 24h
Julie Mehretu makes her mark – more starkly than usual –
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Apollo Magazine Feb 22
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Apollo Magazine Feb 22
A former director and a current trustee lay out the pros and cons of volunteer members on the boards of US museums.
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Apollo Magazine Feb 22
‘Why is Judy drawing cats?’ – Judy Chicago on the serious intent behind her Kitty City series
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