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Articles from Apollo (September 1, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
A Greek Odyssey. Nicholson, Louise 2408
Agenda: Apollo's highlights for September. Calendar 582
Architecture. Stamp, Gavin Biography 1179
Around the galleries. Barnard, Imelda Calendar 970
Bella figura: the opulence of the Biennale dell'Antiquariato appears almost heroic in these straitened times--and with a choice selection of Old Masters, this grand Italian fair promises more than fireworks over the Arno. Moore, Susan 1103
Boxing clever: Julia Clarke applauds the long-awaited catalogue of the Wallace Collection's gold boxes. Clarke, Julia Book review 1033
Brushing up. Luke, Ben 2745
Collectors' focus. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1197
Crisis point: Peyton Skipwith reports on an exhibition charting the artistic development of six painters during a turbulent period in British history. Skipwith, Peyton 843
Directory. Directory 1978
Editor's letter: the editor's role. Humphries, Oscar Editorial 529
Forum: should a more relaxed attitude to deaccessioning be encouraged? 1687
French connection: Timothy Wilcox rediscovers Paris through the eyes of 19th-century British artists. Wilcox, Timothy 1027
From the archives: the simplicity of Alexander Calder's playful sculptures makes them susceptible to interpretation--an impulse that must be resisted, wrote Mahonri Sharp Young, a friend of the artist, in June 1977. O'Byrne, Robert 774
Going Dutch: Bertrand Rondot on a glittering survey of French decorative arts held by the Rijksmuseum. Rondot, Bertrand Book review 1308
Made in Venice. Humfrey, Peter 4341
Market review. 964
Off the shelf: Apollo's selection of recently published books on art, architecture and the history of collecting. Book review 501
Palatial living. Moore, Susan 2628
Pliny, in theory: Daisy Dunn is impressed by a nuanced reception history that examines how Pliny was reinvented during the Italian Renaissance. Dunn, Daisy Book review 919
The art market. Moore, Susan 1152
Top bunk! Matthew Sperling enjoys an exhibition that views Paolozzi as a collagist across many media. Sperling, Matthew 1048
Turkish delight. Humphries, Oscar Interview 2087
Utter chic: with an unusual global retrospective already under way, Francesco Vezzoli talks to Apollo about glamour and the contemporary art world, and why he has returned to Italy. Eastham, Benjamin Interview 1337
Water features: this fine exhibition reveals how Impressionist painters were endlessly inspired by the water. Meyers, Jeffrey 882

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