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Art Basel: June Apollo

The 45th edition of Art Basel returns with a dynamic programme of exhibitions and events

17 Jun 2014

The model architect: touring Sir John Soane’s Museum

A number of the architect’s prized models are back on prominent display in Sir John Soane’s Museum

17 Jun 2014

Gallery: ‘Making Colour’ at the National Gallery, London

The National Gallery has colour-coded its collection for its latest exhibition, resulting in some interesting pairings

16 Jun 2014

Review: ‘Other Primary Structures: Others 2’ at the Jewish Museum New York

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose… the Jewish Museum revisits its seminal 1966 exhibition of minimalist sculpture, again

15 Jun 2014

Extraordinary structures: The Wind Tunnel Project in Farnborough

The reopening of Farnborough’s flight testing centre is one of the most unusual and remarkable art projects in recent years

14 Jun 2014

Open the stores: conservation, collections and the museum of the future

Most museums are like icebergs, the vast bulk of their collections are hidden. Does it have to be that way?

13 Jun 2014

Gallery: ‘The Pure, Simple and Natural’ at the Uffizi Gallery

A few highlights from the Uffizi Gallery’s latest exhibition

12 Jun 2014

Review: Tate’s ‘Matisse Live’

It was an interesting broadcast, but Tate’s tour around its Matisse show gained little from being ‘live’

6 Jun 2014

Gallery: ‘British Folk Art’ at Tate Britain

Highlights from Tate Britain’s upcoming exhibition

4 Jun 2014

Rothko colours in the US east coast

Rothko’s works have popped up at auction, in Pace gallery and, later this year, at the Harvard Art Museums

30 May 2014

Interview with Phillip King

Sculptor Phillip King talks colour, steel and glitter in advance of his solo exhibition at Thomas Dane Gallery

28 May 2014

Review: Bill Viola’s ‘Martyrs’ at St Paul’s Cathedral

‘Martyrs’ is a beautiful series of videos, but it’s overshadowed by Wren’s magnificent architecture

23 May 2014

Cutting off: Alison Watt’s tapestry for Scottish Opera unveiled at Dovecot Studios

A cutting off ceremony is an artistic drama like no other

20 May 2014

Art Basel in Hong Kong: May Apollo

Ben Luke talks to the director of Art Basel in Hong Kong, Magnus Renfrew, about the fair’s much anticipated second edition

14 May 2014

Delicious or distasteful: Five modern masterpieces of food in art

The current appetite for merging food and art is nothing new…

9 May 2014

Review: Liam Gillick and Viv Albertine star in Joanna Hogg’s ‘Exhibition’

Hogg delivers another candid portrayal of contemporary upper-middle class life

7 May 2014

Muse Reviews: 4 May

A round-up of the week’s reviews: including Veronese, Richter and Polke, and the late works of Matisse

4 May 2014

Review: ‘Polke/Richter Richter/Polke’ at Christie’s Mayfair

The partnership and rivalry between these two great painters was mutually beneficial

30 Apr 2014

The Week’s Muse: 26 April

Print collecting, digital catalogues and curator chic… some of the discussions on the blog this week

26 Apr 2014

Building the catalogue: the National Gallery and digital publishing

‘Building the Picture’ is accompanied by the National Gallery’s first fully digital catalogue

26 Apr 2014

Lynn Chadwick: May Apollo

Éva Chadwick talks to Apollo about the Lynn Chadwick centenary celebrations

25 Apr 2014

Review: ‘Other Primary Structures’ at the Jewish Museum

‘Primary Structures’ in 1966 featured minimalist sculptors from the US and UK. This revisionist revival looks further afield

25 Apr 2014

Review: Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum

Packed with treasures, this exhibition will be hard to top

24 Apr 2014

Highlights from ‘Roads of Arabia’ at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

A selection of highlights from the forthcoming exhibition

22 Apr 2014