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Articles from Apollo (May 1, 2010)

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Afrocentric wonderland: the beguiling ingenuity of Chris Ofili's painting is amply demonstrated in Tate's triumphant monograph show. Bonaventura, Paul 1054
American fervour: the new McGlothlin Wing at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts opens this month with an exhibition of American art that Jim and Fran McGlothlin have promised to the museum. Louise Nicholson visits the couple at their Florida home. Nicholson, Louise 1590
Around the galleries: May brings the Carre Rive Gauche fair in Paris while London offers antiquities, cabinets and Vietnamese paintings. Andrews, Isabel 551
Art outside ... outdoor sculpture elicits a range of reactions--from controversy to simply being ignored--but at its best it has the power to make us reappraise our surroundings. Humphries, Oscar 624
Cafe culture: Martin Bailey reports on an 'exhibition about an exhibition' that reveals much about Gauguin's artistic development. Bailey, Martin 1085
Decorative splendour: masterpieces of Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco adorn the newly renovated Sydney and Frances Lewis Galleries at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Barry Shifman presents the key players in these movements of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and their representation in the museum's Lewis Collection. Shifman, Barry 1865
Directory of British art & antique dealers. Directory 964
Directory of conservators & restorers of art & antiques. Directory 157
Directory of international art & antique dealers. Directory 416
Directory of international auctioneers of art & antiques. Directory 443
Egyptian antiquities: American museums and private collectors are keeping the top end of this market buoyant. Harris, Lucian 1405
Enrich collections: the extraordinary collections of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts span more than 5,000 years of art from around the globe. The museum's holdings, which have grown substantially through the decades, are unveiled this month in a major new expansion. Anne B. Barriault presents highlights of the acquisitions made in the last 10 years. Barriault, Anne B. 3549
Letting in the light: this month the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts re-opens following a massive expansion and renovation of its galleries and grounds. Philippa Glanville reports on architect Rick Mather's latest museum transformation. Glanville, Philippa 2187
Market preview: exceptional collections of Modern works and Pop Art go under the hammer in the US this month and Hong Kong's Art HK gains momentum. Moore, Susan 1127
Market review: March saw record auction sales and the annual showcase fair for the Netherlands plus treasures at Asia Week in New York. 849
Precious metals: Tessa Murdoch celebrates a masterly catalogue of British and Continental gold and silver in the Ashmolean Museum. Murdoch, Tessa 2168
Rare and exotic: oriental, ancient and non-European art fairs: dealers in Asian, ancient and tribal arts converge on the Place du Grand Sablon in Brussels for a week of fairs in June. Annie Blinkhorn previews the highlights of BAAF, BRUNEAF and BOAfair. Blinkhorn, Annie 852
Reminders of mortality: Britain's Mausolea have long been neglected, but two campaigns are underway to save important monuments. Stamp, Gavin Viewpoint essay 1215
Spaced out: a recent exhibition in Nottingham showcases contemporary artists' exploration of the communist-era space race. Grant, Simon 969
Ten to catch: Apollo's selection for May. Calendar 509
The art of armour: the Prado Museum's exhibition of Spanish royal portraits alongside the armours they depict reveals the significance of armour as a symbol of power. Field, Roger 1041
The art of glass: Andy McConnell appraises a survey of 20th-century British glass. McConnell, Andy 1043
The flowering of South Asian Art: with the 1968 purchase of South Asian and Himalayan art from Nasli and Alice Heeramaneck, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts took its collections in a radical new direction. Joseph M. Dye III explores the legacy of this bold move and presents a selection of acquisition highlights. Dye, Joseph M., III 1627
The persistant director: in the February 1982 issue, Mahonri Sharp Young surveyed the career of Alfred Barr, the founding director of the Museum of Modern Art. Young, Mahonri Sharp 516
Transcending history: David Howarth salutes the mystery and power of Delaroche's dramatic history paintings. Howarth, David 1158

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