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Gallery: ‘Assyria to Iberia’ at the Metropolitan Museum

Highlights from the ‘dawn of the classical age’

22 Sep 2014

Sorolla and the United States

The Valencian painter Joaquín Sorolla achieved considerable success in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This exhibition looks particularly…

Fundación Mapfre (Paseo de Recoletos), Madrid
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Muse Reviews: 21 September

Great British artists in the limelight this week: ‘Late Turner’ at Tate; Christopher Dresser at the Fine Art Society; and Paul Nash on BBC Four

21 Sep 2014

Can artificial intelligence really identify artistic influence?

Scientists have developed an algorithm that identifies visual affinities between paintings. Are we all out of a job?

19 Sep 2014

Gallery: ‘Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s’ at LACMA

Highlights from LACMA’s latest exhibition of German Expressionist cinema

18 Sep 2014

Review: ‘Jim Dine: A History of Communism’ at Alan Cristea Gallery

Dine turns Soviet-era lithographic stones into contemporary art

17 Sep 2014

‘Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album’ at the Royal Academy, London

Hopper treads the line between documentary and art expertly

16 Sep 2014

Review: Christopher Dresser at the Fine Art Society

Overlooked for decades, Christopher Dresser is now recognised as one of the most influential figures in 19th-century design

16 Sep 2014

Gallery: Constable at the V&A, London

Preliminary sketches sit side by side with major oils by the British master in a new exhibition

15 Sep 2014

Muse Reviews: 14 September

Inedible gardens and Jasper Johns’s regrets…our round-up of recent reviews

14 Sep 2014

Review: ‘Max Weber’ at Ben Uri Gallery, London

Why has the UK waited so long for an exhibition of this artist’s work?

13 Sep 2014

Gallery: ‘Perugino, Master of Raphael’ at the Musée Jacquemart-André

Masterpieces by Perugino and his pupil Raphael go on display in Paris

12 Sep 2014

Ryan Gander’s plans for an art school in Suffolk

The artist outlines his plans for a new art independent art school in his hometown of Saxmundham, Suffolk

10 Sep 2014

Creative schools: the artists taking art education into their own hands

Fees and funding cuts are taking their toll in the UK, but artists are a resourceful lot…

10 Sep 2014

From the Archives: September Apollo

The Warburg Institute in London was celebrated in the October 1970 issue of Apollo. But as custodianship of the organisation comes under scrutiny, its future hangs in the balance

9 Sep 2014

Sculpture Victorious

Art in an Age of Invention, 1837–1901 The Yale Center for British Art explores how and why sculpture proliferated in the…

Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT
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Review: Al Jazeera’s Rebel Architecture

Al Jazeera’s ‘Rebel Architecture’ series challenges the ways in which we view the role of the architect

5 Sep 2014

Autumn Highlights: what to watch out for in Berlin

A look ahead at some of the contemporary art exhibitions opening soon in Berlin

5 Sep 2014

Inquiry: Hard times for the UK’s regional museums?

From the outside, the UK’s regional museums may look to be in rude health. But how have recent funding cuts affected what’s happening behind the scenes?

3 Sep 2014

Autumn Highlights: what to watch out for in Paris

Paris is getting back into gear after the August exodus. What’s coming up in the city’s art calendar?

3 Sep 2014

Review: ‘Kerry James Marshall: Painting and Other Stuff’ at the Fundació Antoni Tàpies

Marshall tackles the history of slavery, race politics, black power or social emancipation in bold but ambiguous ways

2 Sep 2014

Autumn Highlights: what to watch out for in Los Angeles

What’s next for the Los Angeles art world? A look ahead at some of the gallery openings and relocations coming up this autumn

2 Sep 2014

Gallery: ‘Gustave Courbet’ at the Beyeler Foundation

Highlights from the upcoming Courbet exhibition at the Beyeler Foundation

1 Sep 2014