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Apollo Awards 2023

February 2024

• Holidaying with the Habsburgs

• An interview with Julie Mehretu

• The crisis in Italian museums

• Howard Hodgkin’s Indian miniatures

Plus: Why Valentine’s Day is no feast for food lovers, a multiplex of museums in Parma, the architecture of almshouses – and reviews of Impressionists on paper, experimental art in the Eastern bloc, and Africa and Byzantium at the Met




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

Surrealism in Belgium

The Bozar shows that Belgian Surrealists were not just following in the footsteps of their French contemporaries

16 Feb 2024

Jeffrey Gibson: no simple word for time

The artist is the first to tackle a daunting question posed by the Sainsbury Centre in a series four of exhibitions: What is truth?

16 Feb 2024

Antoni Tàpies: The Practice of Art

The artist’s centenary exhibition moves to Madrid and demonstrates that his Surreal and cerebral works are as modern as ever

16 Feb 2024

Viktor & Rolf: Fashion Statements

The Dutch design duo known for combining high fashion with pure absurdity are the subject of a full-scale survey in Munich

16 Feb 2024

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