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Artangel Open 2014

The Artangel Open has been behind some iconic works of British contemporary art, and is looking to commission the next set

18 Feb 2014

Poetic Painters: Turner and Helen Frankenthaler at Turner Contemporary

This unusual exhibition is a delightful and energising experience

15 Feb 2014

Gallery: Photographs at Play

We asked the curator of ‘A Collective Invention’ to select nine photographs from The Morgan’s upcoming show

13 Feb 2014

Richard Deacon: February Apollo

Zoe Pilger talks to the sculptor Richard Deacon, whose retrospective exhibition opened recently at Tate Britain

11 Feb 2014

Nancy Holt: 1938–2014

The celebrated land artist Nancy Holt, wife of Robert Smithson, has died at the age of 75. There has been a resurgence of interest in her work in recent years

11 Feb 2014

The Wild Side of Indian Art: Two Book Reviews

Two fascinating books explore the significance of the depiction of animals in Mughal art

10 Feb 2014

Quiet Transformation: ‘A Dialogue with Nature’

The German and British Romantic landscapes at the Courtauld sing rather than shout of a new vision

7 Feb 2014

Spaced Out: why the universe outshines art

I’m genuinely not sure how much artists can bring to the table when it comes to the subject of space

5 Feb 2014

Highlights: Brancusi, Rosso, Man Ray

A slideshow of fascinating works by Brancusi, Rosso and Man Ray at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

4 Feb 2014

Good Form: Hans Arp at Hauser & Wirth

‘Chance – Form – Language’ is a tight, neatly balanced show at Hauser & Wirth’s Savile Row gallery

31 Jan 2014

Well Cut: Hannah Höch at the Whitechapel Gallery

Dada artist Hannah Höch’s witty, feminist work in collage and photomontage is as inspiring as ever

30 Jan 2014

An Eye on the India Art Fair

What to expect from this year’s programme, plus co-owner Sandy Angus on the difficult but growing market in India

29 Jan 2014

Spot the Difference

One set of Van Gogh’s Sunflowers was popular enough – it’s worth braving the crowds at the National Gallery to see two side by side

28 Jan 2014

Editor’s Letter: Public Gestures

Should the public have a say in exhibition programming? The MFA in Boston seems to think so…

28 Jan 2014

All Change at the Ashmolean Museum

Alexander Sturgis will take over from Christopher Brown as the Ashmolean Museum’s director in October 2014…

27 Jan 2014

The Great War in Portraits

This show looks at how the First World War was represented through portraits of those caught up in the conflict,…

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Capturing a Capital

James Robertson’s haunting 19th-century photographs are currently on display in Istanbul, the city that inspired them

23 Jan 2014

Private Views

How do you open a private collection up to the public? A recent symposium at the Courtauld Institute looked at the topical issue

22 Jan 2014

Found at the Fair

A round-up of the highlights from this year’s contemporary projects at the London Art Fair

20 Jan 2014

Small Wonders: Jerwood Gallery

Liz Gilmore speaks to Apollo about the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings – a new addition to a network of South East coastal galleries in the UK

19 Jan 2014

Well Met

Art and archaeology aren’t neat categories at the best of times. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art, they’re allowed to overlap

15 Jan 2014

An Enlightening Show

‘Yoga: The Art of Transformation’ at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery takes an overdue look at the subject in art. Its powerful yogini statues steal the show

10 Jan 2014

Affordable Art

A new 50p piece, designed by Tom Phillips to celebrate the centenary of Benjamin Britten’s birth, attempts to ‘set the wild echoes flying’

9 Jan 2014

New Year’s Revelations

Limerick’s first week as Ireland’s City of Culture has been a deliciously absurdist shambles as both the artistic director and CEO resign

8 Jan 2014