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Preaching to the Choir

TEDxAlbertopolis promised to dispel the myth that science and art are divided. They clearly aren’t and arguably never have been

26 Sep 2013

Drawn In

A new set of interactive digital displays has been unveiled at Tate Modern that seeks to create a ‘digital community within the building’

25 Sep 2013

Pop-Up

British Pop art is experiencing something of a resurgence in the UK. What makes it so appealing?

24 Sep 2013

The Pearls and Shells of Qatar

There’s history behind the V&A’s ‘Pearls’ exhibition, its partnership with the Qatar Museums Authority, and its aptly-named sponsor, Shell

23 Sep 2013

Lost Decade

Nostalgic exhibitions of 1980s fashion and subculture at the ICA and V&A are proof that the show is over

22 Sep 2013

Alternative OZ

The ‘Larrikins’, counter-culture and psychedelic Smartiples: an alternative look at Australian art in London

20 Sep 2013

Imperfect Importance: Laura Knight

Laura Knight is undoubtedly an important figure in British art and history; she’s just not a particularly inspiring painter

19 Sep 2013

Rejected Riches: Avenue House

The sale of Sir Albert Richardson’s collection is a loss for the nation that could and should have been averted

18 Sep 2013

Controversy by Design

It may be a publicity stunt, but the V&A’s controversial acquisition of the ‘Liberator’ 3D printed gun says a lot about our ambivalent relationship to new technologies

18 Sep 2013

Deserted Halls of Commerce

The proliferation of ‘mega spaces’ in London looks set to continue, and it leaves too many smaller galleries struggling to keep their footing

17 Sep 2013

Revolutionary Richmond?

The view from Richmond Hill has changed little since Turner brought landscape out from the background of British painting

15 Sep 2013

Getty’s Images

Peter Crack on why a picture is worth a thousand words…

12 Sep 2013

Misadventures

‘Les aventures de la vérité’ is a good opportunity squandered at the hands of Bernard-Henri Lévy

11 Sep 2013

The Gallerists

Arthur Hobhouse and Patrick Barstow of New Artists (NA) abandon the gallery in favour of a smallpox-ridden catacomb

9 Sep 2013

Forum: Deaccession Debates

Should we have a relaxed attitude to deaccession? James Bradburne and David Ekserdjian debate the topic in Apollo’s September issue

8 Sep 2013

The New North?

If the north of England is to redefine itself as a cultural hub, its funders can’t afford to have second thoughts

7 Sep 2013

Lewis Morley

Barry Humphries pays tribute to Lewis Morley, ‘one of the finest photographers of his age’ and a personal friend

6 Sep 2013

Gauguin’s Gap Year

The story behind Samuel Courtauld’s collection of Gauguin paintings is more compelling than the works themselves

5 Sep 2013
Apollo

From the Editor

Reports of the death of print magazines have been exaggerated. All the same, no magazine can afford to rest on its laurels

3 Sep 2013
Apollo

Web Editor’s Welcome

There’s a lot of talk about the challenges that digital publishing poses to print; less about how they might complement each other

3 Sep 2013

Italy’s Digital Ruins

When will Italian museums do something to improve their websites?

2 Sep 2013

Snap Happy

At the State Hermitage Museum earlier this summer, I spent some time watching the visitors. Many were in large tour…

1 Sep 2013

Revolutionary Practices

Contemporary artists are harnessing new digital technologies to respond to the Arab Spring

1 Sep 2013

Art Everywhere

Can a timeless Constable painting hold its own on a busy train platform?

1 Sep 2013