Apollo

July/August 2022

• The Russian artists making a stand against the war

• An interview with Gabriele Finaldi, director of the National Gallery

• The miniature marvels of Charles Paget Wade

• A Yoruba masterpiece in focus

Plus: London’s art market after Brexit, the Huntington Library comes up to speed, the beauty of banality, and reviews of Maillol’s sculptures, gilded manuscripts and Van Leo’s photographs of Cairo

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Apollo Awards 2021




Africa Fashion

Innovators in African fashion take centre stage in this major exhibition of the continent’s key creatives at the V&A

1 Jul 2022

Chroma: Ancient Sculpture in Color

Modern technology and ancient sculpture meet to uncover the art of ancient polychromy in the Greek and Roman galleries at the Met

1 Jul 2022

Tony Cragg. Sculpture: Body and Soul

The Albertina Museum presents the impressive and diverse work of Tony Cragg in the form of more than 20 of his sculptures

1 Jul 2022

Anatomy: A Matter of Death and Life

The National Museum of Scotland looks back on more 500 years of medical history to determine the effect of anatomical study on society

1 Jul 2022

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