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40 Under 40 Asia Pacific 2022




October 2022

• Bernice Bing’s West Coast cool

• Antwerp’s greatest museum reopens at last

• Who is UNESCO really for?

• Introducing the Apollo 40 Under 40 Asia Pacific

Plus: the remarkable career of Marianne Werefkin; the making of John Singer Sargent’s notorious Madame X; the occult modernism of Rudolf Steiner; and reviews of the artists who saw in stereo, a history of tomb raiding in Egypt and the memoir of Ibrahim El-Salahi

News

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Alexandria: Past Futures

Bozar in Brussels explores the lasting legacy of the Egyptian city which was once at the heart of the ancient world

23 Sep 2022

Incomplete: Destroyed, Divided, Complemented

The Kunstbibliothek in Berlin considers how our perceptions of fragmented artworks and artefacts have changed over time

23 Sep 2022

Sargent and Spain

The NGA in Washington, D.C., retraces Sargent’s footsteps on his many voyages to Spain

23 Sep 2022

Lucian Freud: New Perspectives

The National Gallery pays tribute to the artist’s dogged dedication to the genre of portraiture

23 Sep 2022

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