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Tom Jeffreys on the changing nature of Finland’s art scene
Sheila Girling dies aged 90; Centre Pompidou plans pop-ups; Musée Maillol closes unexpectedly, and the Whitworth reopens…
Previews from the new February issue: Is the golden age of art schools over? What can be done to protect cultural property in war zones? Does art still have a sense of mystery?
As a survey of Lynda Benglis’s work opens at the Hepworth Wakefield, the artist talks to Imelda Barnard about her 40-year career
The American artist Lynda Benglis gained notoriety in 1974 when she ran an advert in Artforum, in which she posed nude,…
Sponsorship, strikes and self-censorship in London’s top museums; the Smithsonian’s international expansion; Tutankhamun’s broken beard
In the January issue of Apollo, we asked a range of senior figures for their perspectives on copyright now
Cezanne goes digital; wit in museums; the perils of international museum franchises; and the Estorick’s public appeal
Some of the most noteworthy additions to museum collections
Which arts institutions and organisations are making the best use of digital technology?
One participating artist will win the Artes Mundi Prize, but this year the focus is on the exhibition as a whole
Was the Musée Picasso worth the wait? Is the Turner Prize showing its age? News and comment from the Muse Room
Artists on film; Spanish art in Durham; contemporary art in Paris; and auctions online
Our September Collectors’ Focus looks at the market for gothic ivories
What would Scottish independence mean for the arts? Is the Wallace Collection’s Great Gallery as good as they say? And who spends $65 million on a new pavement?
Ed Vaizey at the Art Business Conference, hard times for the UK’s regional museums, the potential impact of Scottish independence on its museums, and what you should visit this autumn
Ed Vaizey at the inaugural Art Business Conference, London
We spoke to the artist at the head of a campaign to keep creativity on the school curriculum
Winslow Homer’s ‘Milking Time’ and Alexander Calder’s ‘The Black Crescent’ are next up
The Sekhemka sale has quickly become something of a case study in the dangers of deaccessioning