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The rebuilt Prussian palace is finally open, but the debate about how – and whether – it should house collections from Asia and Africa rumbles on
Open to the public at long last, the reconstructed Berlin Palace provides a grand new home for the city’s collections of non-Western art
Plus: Government turns down council bid for Reading Prison | Helène Aylon (1931–2020)
Plus: Rio de Janeiro’s Modern Art Museum plans to sell Pollock | and Hauser & Wirth announces representation of Amy Sherald
A new exhibition at the Bucerius Art Forum in Hamburg looks at how the market for art changed in 17th-century Holland
As some UK museums face cuts of up to 40 per cent, Bill Ferris and Alistair Brown discuss whether they should consider charging entrance fees again.
Edwin Heathcote and Neale Coleman discuss the Smithsonian’s plans to open an outpost in the ‘Olympicopolis’
Is the restoration of Chartres Cathedral a tragedy, or a worthy improvement?
Matthias Frehner and David Lewis discuss the problematic bequest
Are art schools in danger of turning into finishing schools for those who can afford them, or can they survive as places where students can experiment?
Has the Heritage Lottery Fund been a golden ticket for British heritage over the last two decades, or has it invested unwisely?
The Turner Prize turns 30 this year – but does it continue to represent the best of contemporary British art?
Earlier this year, the Hiscox Online Art Trade Report estimated the value of the online art trade in 2013 to…
In Apollo’s June issue, Martin Levy discusses the impact of the proposed US ivory ban on the cultural sector
Apollo’s April Forum asks whether art market hype affects emerging artists
Apollo’s March Forum asks what should be done with ‘fake’ paintings
Our February Forum asks ‘Have traditional museum and exhibition catalogues had their day?’
Should we have a relaxed attitude to deaccession? James Bradburne and David Ekserdjian debate the topic in Apollo’s September issue
Plus: Museums have realised that the Charities Act of February 2022 has granted them new powers over restitution | Bard College establishes endowment of $50m for the study of Indigenous art | Phillips teams up with Beijing auction-house Yongle | British art dealer Robert Newland pleads guilty to conspiring with Inigo Philbrick to commit fraud
Marianne Werefkin has long been overshadowed by her male peers, but the Royal Academy’s show devoted to modernist women may restore her to her rightful place
Professor of Art and Economies, University of Kassel / documenta Institut
Critics of the National Trust’s plan to keep the fire-gutted house as a ruin are ignoring the organisation’s history and that of the building itself