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Past Issue

May 2024

• An interview with Alvaro Barrington

• The National Gallery in London at 200

• The sticky relationship between art and the oil industry

• How the Hirshhorn Museum keeps things fresh

Plus: the delicate art of Meissen, a bronze statue claimed by both Thailand and Cambodia, why art should be a multi-sensory pleasure, and a preview of TEFAF New York, and reviews of 15th-century French art in Paris, Japan’s Arts and Crafts movement in London and Pierre Huyghe in Venice.

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Inside this issue

Past issues

April 2024

Immersive art | Keith Haring | Venice Biennale

March 2024

Willem de Kooning | Angelica Kauffman | Laure Prouvost

February 2024

Julie Mehretu | Indian miniature painting | Italian museums

January 2024

Vincent Van Gogh | Agnès Varda | BRAFA