Apollo readers know a well-curated goodie bag when they see one
Any building with the power to whip up wind tunnels and melt cars should get a prize
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The chance discovery in a kitchen in France has major significance for scholarship on the Florentine master
Why is Historic England supporting a developer’s plans when there’s a better proposal waiting in the wings?
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Art news daily: 13 December
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Art news daily: 11 December
Despite the mutterings of most critics, the decision to award the prize to all four nominees makes a lot of sense – and is good for contemporary art
Remembering the critical insights and generous instincts of the writer and architect Charles Jencks (1939–2019)
Are the largely London-based institutions funded by central government doing enough to share their collections and expertise with the rest of the country?