Apollo

March 2021

• The world of Noel Coward

• Has the UK government abandoned the arts?

• An interview with Gillian Wearing

• Francis Bacon’s obsession with beasts

Plus: the tent-tomb of Richard Burton, the pros and cons of colourising old photographs, Louis Kahn’s concrete castles, the Royal Collection’s most attentive royal curator, and the Uffizi’s new cooking show

Art news daily

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Ottilie W. Roederstein

The reopening of the Kunsthaus Zürich brings another chance to see the work of the once hugely successful Swiss modernist

26 Feb 2021

Masterpieces in Miniature: Treasures from the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Collection

Sparkling objets d’art from the 16th to the 20th century go on view at DIVA in Antwerp

26 Feb 2021

Golden Mummies of Egypt

The North Carolina Art Museum explores life and death in Egypt in the era after the reign of the pharaohs

26 Feb 2021

Lorraine O’Grady: Both/And

Since the early ’80s, the American artist has blurred the lines between performance, politics and conceptualism. A survey at the Brooklyn Museum

26 Feb 2021

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