Apollo

May 2022

• The method in Jackson Pollock’s madness

• The problem with Russian money in the art world

• What war photography looks like today

• Philip Guston’s uneasy quest for freedom

Plus: The women artists gazing at men, the portraits of Glyn Philpot, and Elizabeth David’s taste in Old Masters; and reviews of Donatello in Florence, Boilly in Paris, Kafka’s drawings and Stephen Shore’s memoir.

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Apollo Awards 2021




Give and Take: Photos upon Photos

The Hamburger Kunsthalle looks at 20 contemporary artists who incorporate archival materials into their work

13 May 2022

Cornelia Parker

The sculptor’s fantastical installations made from mundane things are celebrated in this retrospective at Tate Britain

13 May 2022

Cezanne

A blockbuster in Chicago explores every facet of the post-Impressionist’s career

13 May 2022

Feminine Power: The Divine to the Demonic

The British Museum explores 5,000 years of cultural conceptions about women

13 May 2022

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