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April 2024

Who’s afraid of immersive art?

Why everyone loves Keith Haring

Counting the cost of the Venice Biennale

The Dutch artists who were drawn to Rome

Plus: how to eat beans in the baroque style, an interview with Kapwani Kiwanga, the daring experiments of Yoko Ono, the restless spirit of Sonia Delaunay, and a monumental survey of British architecture between the wars



Apollo's wandering eye on the art world, taking a rakish perspective on art and museum stories

Brilliant Exiles: American Women in Paris, 1900–1939

The National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., shows that the French capital was the place to be for forward-thinking American women

19 Apr 2024

Niki de Saint Phalle: Rebellion and Joy

The first survey of the French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle opens at the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City

19 Apr 2024

Expressionists: Kandinsky, Münter and the Blue Rider

The spiritual side of space, colour and light preoccupied the modernist artists who gathered in Munich before the First World War

19 Apr 2024

Olympism: Modern Invention, Ancient Legacy

The Louvre looks at the ancient history that inspired a French aristocrat to create a modern form of the Olympic Games

19 Apr 2024

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