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

Apollo Awards 2021




Ishiuchi Miyako

Stills gallery in Edinburgh hosts the Japanese post-war photographer’s first solo exhibition in Scotland

5 Aug 2022

John McLean: Flare

Colourful works by the late abstract painter are the focus of the Fine Art Society’s exhibition

5 Aug 2022

Céline Condorelli / After Work

The London-based artist’s first major survey features recent installation works and a collaborative film project

5 Aug 2022

Daniel Silver: Looking

An expectant audience of ceramic busts forms the centrepiece of David Silver’s solo exhibition at the Fruitmarket gallery in Edinburgh

5 Aug 2022

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