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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

Forum: Does today’s art market benefit young artists?

Apollo’s April Forum asks whether art market hype affects emerging artists

21 Apr 2014

Modern art is not the enemy of religious art – it’s revived it

Christian art can never be straightforwardly representational

18 Apr 2014

‘I never got involved in drugs, or any of the wild goings-on’. Alex Katz on the US art scene

Alex Katz talks to Matthew Sperling about his memories of the New York School and his love of poetry

17 Apr 2014

Editor’s Letter: Culture Secretaries

The new culture secretary, Sajid Javid, must be as visible as possible at arts venues in the coming months

15 Apr 2014

Review: ‘Paris 1900’ at the Petit Palais, Paris

The Petit Palais is the perfect location for ‘Paris 1900’ and its sumptuous exploration of the Belle Époque

13 Apr 2014

In Defence of the Antiquities Trade

A response to Christos Tsirogiannis’ post of 2 April on this site about possibly looted antiquities appearing in the London salerooms

11 Apr 2014

Review: Pablo Echaurren at the Estorick Collection

‘…to be iconoclast is also a gesture of respect, of devotion.’

11 Apr 2014

Will the arts world in the UK miss Maria Miller?

Maria Miller has resigned as UK culture secretary. Perhaps it’s now time to rethink the DCMS entirely.

9 Apr 2014

Art and science in conversation: why now?

Why have art and science particularly come together in a glorious synergy of exhibitions in 2014?

7 Apr 2014

Muse Reviews: 6 April

A round-up of the week’s reviews: Anselm Kiefer, Phyllida Barlow, Camille Henrot and sustainable art

6 Apr 2014

The Glamour of Italian Fashion: 1945–2014, V&A, London

A gallery of highlights from the V&A’s current exhibition which looks at Italy’s unique contribution to fashion

4 Apr 2014

Buying for Boijmans: the story behind a recent museum acquisition

Sjarel Ex explains how the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen acquired a Hammershøi at TEFAF

4 Apr 2014

Christophe Leribault, Petit Palais, Paris: April Apollo

In Apollo’s April issue we spoke to Christophe Leribault, director of the Petit Palais in Paris

2 Apr 2014

Flipping Out: Saltz and Simchowitz clash over the art market

Flipping art is a controversial practice: it was only a matter of time before it resulted in a public spat

1 Apr 2014

Editor’s Letter: Italian museums are showing the strain

In his April Editor’s Letter, Thomas Marks asks ‘Was there ever a golden age for Italian Museums?’

1 Apr 2014

In Pursuit of an Idea: Camille Henrot at Chisenhale Gallery

French artist Camille Henrot’s first solo UK exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery is like asking a question and receiving a million answers

30 Mar 2014

Muse Reviews: 30 March

A round-up of the week’s reviews: Paris, paintings, and two very different types of print

30 Mar 2014

The Week’s Muse: 29 March

Maurice Davies on museum funding, Daisy Dunn on Pompeii’s stolen fresco, and other stories from the Muse Room this week

29 Mar 2014