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Richard Deacon

Drawings and Prints 1968–2016 Richard Deacon is one of the most important sculptors of his generation. His works on paper…

Museum Folkwang, Essen

Review: Richard Deacon and Bill Woodrow at the New Art Centre

Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon’s collaborative glass sculptures are interestingly out of place in the Wiltshire countryside

8 Jun 2014

Richard Deacon and Bill Woodrow

On the Rocks. Again.

New Art Centre, Salisbury

A Hard Line: Sculptor Richard Deacon curates ‘Abstract Drawing’

Deacon stretches the concept of drawing well beyond the flat page

11 Mar 2014

Richard Deacon: February Apollo

Zoe Pilger talks to the sculptor Richard Deacon, whose retrospective exhibition opened recently at Tate Britain

11 Feb 2014

Richard Deacon

  ‘I think [After] is about life and death,’ he says. ‘That kind of tension between something that’s stiff and…

Tate Britain, London
No. 1054 Arpeggio (2021), Rana Begum.

Folkestone Triennial

The celebrated seaside sculpture trail returns to the coastal town in Kent

23 Jul 2021

An architectural frieze is the icing on the cake, for a building

They’re the classic way to embellish a building – and for all their suspicion of ornament, even modern architects went in for them

22 Feb 2021
Ash Dome (1977–ongoing), David Nash.

‘Wood suits me, I’m a Saxon!’ – an interview with David Nash

The British sculptor has spent decades producing work from his sylvan surroundings. He discusses how it all began

3 Aug 2019
Decorative Forms over the World, Egypt, Allington

Edward Allington’s classically inspired approach to modern sculpture

The British sculptor was a great talent in his own right and a dedicated teacher

15 Feb 2019
Inscribed Apis Bull, Late Period, 26th–30th Dynasty, c. 664–343 BC, Egyptian. Ariadne Galleries

Exhibitors get creative for the sixth edition of Frieze Masters

Highlights from this year’s fair, which encourages contemporary art buyers to cross over into older art

28 Sep 2017
Set of bronzes representing Apsaras and a sitting deity, 12th century, Angkor Wat, installation view, Feuerle Collection, Berlin.. Photo: Thomas Meyer

Why Désiré Feuerle displays his art in a Berlin bunker

Désiré Feuerle talks to Apollo about his collection of Asian and contemporary art and its unusual underground home

22 Feb 2017

Artists for Ikon Auction

This summer Ikon embarks on a major art auction at Sotheby’s, London. Generously supported by internationally renowned artists, all of…

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Artists for Ikon

Ikon’s 50th anniversary celebrations culminate with Artists for Ikon, an exhibition followed by a major art auction at Sotheby’s, London.…

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Making It: Sculpture in Britain 1977–1986

The late 1970s and 1980s witnessed the emergence of a younger generation of artists working in the United Kingdom who…

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The Drawing Biennial is back

The fundraising exhibition and auction has emerged, somewhat paradoxically, as a highlight in the gallery’s programme

24 Mar 2015

TEFAF 2015

It’s all eyes on Maastricht as TEFAF opens for business, bringing together the world’s leading dealers under the roof of the MECC

6 Mar 2015

Muse Reviews: 15 June

A round-up of recent reviews from The Muse Room

15 Jun 2014

Gallery: Highlights from the London Original Print Fair

Europe’s largest print fair opens on 24 April at London’s Royal Academy

23 Apr 2014

Muse Reviews: 16 March

A round-up of the week’s reviews: Beautiful bronzes, Cézanne and the Modern, abstract drawings, Bill Viola, and Asian art

16 Mar 2014

Abstract Drawing

Curated by Richard Deacon ‘One of the things that has interested me in making this selection – aside from the…

The Drawing Room, London

February 2014

This February, Apollo features articles on the history and resurgent popularity of the Wunderkammer, the digital technology unearthing a villa…

Only Connect

His work at the Royal Academy strives for poetic significance, but does Bill Woodrow offer anything new?

22 Nov 2013