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Verona's Castelvecchio fortress, the scene of the armed robbery.

It is hard to overstate the gravity of the Castelvecchio thefts

The loss of 17 masterpieces is a disaster for the Italian museum sector

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(2015), Clem Crosby

London Diary: Art and Anxiety

‘I made it my mission last week to find a show that captured the city’s twitchiness.’

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Apollo Awards Ceremony

The winners of the Apollo Awards 2015 were announced last night at a ceremony at RSA House in London, attended by major figures from the art world

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The Apollo Award Winners 2015

Announcing Apollo’s Personality, Artist, Museum Opening, Exhibition, Book, Digital Innovation, and Acquisition of the Year

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Personality of the Year

Maria Balshaw, the director of the Whitworth Art Gallery and Manchester City Galleries, has been a driving force behind the city’s cultural renaissance

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Artist of the Year

South African William Kentridge has a remarkable range and is one of the most important artists working today

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Acquisition of the Year

The four bronze angels commissioned for the tomb of Cardinal Wolsey are reunited at last at the Victoria and Albert Museum

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Exhibition of the Year

‘Silent Partners’ at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge was a revelatory show about the role of the mannequin in art history

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Digital Innovation of the Year

The Million Image Database is documenting threatened cultural heritage sites all around the world, through the efforts of volunteers

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Book of the Year

‘Carrying Off the Palaces’ is one of the most important works on John Ruskin in recent decades and a major contribution to the history of photography

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