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'Battle Between Romans and Carthaginians' (not dated), unknown, Italy © Phoenix Art Museum. All rights reserved

A Gallery of Mysteries: Phoenix Art Museum’s unidentified artists

Nobody knows who did them, but why should that stop us appreciating these works?

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(1983), Andy Warhol

From the mass market to the museum: ‘Warhol Mania’ in Montreal

Warhol not only made art about mass consumption, he made art for mass consumption too

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Anri Sala. Installation at Gemeentemuseum for 'The Vincent Awards 2014'.

Anri Sala wins the Vincent Award 2014

The artist was announced the winner at a ceremony at the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague

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Apollo Awards 2014: Book of the Year

The Apollo Book of the Year Award recognises publications that have contributed significantly to their field

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(detail; c. 1560), Giovanni Battista Moroni.

Review: Moroni’s self-conscious sitters at the Royal Academy

Moroni is a master of fine fabrics and awkward expressions

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(1985), Raghubir Singh

Curators pick seven highlights from ‘A Traveler’s Eye’

We asked the curators of the Arthur M. Sackler gallery’s latest show to pick their favourite exhibits

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(1922), Paul Nash.

Muse Reviews: 23 November

Paul Nash’s watercolours; Manet and contemporary art; photographers’ contact sheets; and Beatrice Gibson’s disorderly films

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Apollo Awards 2014: Exhibition of the Year

Museum exhibitions can be revelatory events. Our shortlist celebrates some of the most significant recent shows

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'Seascape' (c. 1860), Peder Balke. Collection of Asbjørn Lunde, New York © Photo courtesy of the owner

The Week’s Muse: 22 November

The Apollo Awards; Scandinavian art in London; and the mixed fortunes of New Contemporaries

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'F for Fibonacci' by Beatrice Gibson, at Laura Bartlett Gallery, London, 2014.

Review: ‘Beatrice Gibson, F For Fibonacci’ at Laura Bartlett Gallery

Gibson’s disorderly video picks up and plays with William Gaddis’s biting satire of a book, ‘JR’

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