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Articles from Apollo (November 1, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
A cradle of learning. Jenkins, Susan 2278
A mechanic art. Barrett, Katy; Dunn, Richard 2165
A new globalism: London's seminal Asian art initiative embraces the market's new globalism, but connoisseurship remains at the heart of the event. Moore, Susan 1283
A passage to India: Francesco Clemente's love affair with India is well documented in this engaging exhibition. Zeiger, Lisa 980
Agenda Apollo's highlights for November. Calendar 597
Architecture. Stamp, Gavin 1326
Around the galleries. Barnard, Imelda 1022
British art & antique dealers. Directory 387
Collectors' focus. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1193
Conservators & restorers of art & antiques. Directory 337
Finding Rothko: Mark Rothko's path to abstraction is well realised in this retrospective. Warde-Aldam, Digby 1090
From the archives. O'Byrne, Robert 796
God of small things. Interview 1021
Golden years: this display of beautiful objects reveals much about Ming dynasty culture. Prodger, Michael 981
Hidden depths. Moore, Susan Interview 2722
International auctioneers of art & antiques. Directory 499
Is the Turner Prize still relevant at 30? Long, Declan; Gascoigne, Laura 1647
Louise Nicholson ponders a Spanish autumn on the east coast. Nicholson, Louise 786
Market preview. Moore, Susan 1135
Market review. Moore, Susan 1211
November calendar. Calendar 126
Off the shelf: Apollo's selection of recently published books on art, architecture and the history of collecting. Recommended readings 510
Rebecca Heald on the mixed fortunes of New Contemporaries. Heald, Rebecca Essay 823
Rewriting the script. Cashdan, Marina Interview 2247
Simple pleasures: David Ekserdjian enjoys a fresh perspective on the evolution of post-medieval Florentine art. Ekserdjian, David 1095
Specialist art consultants and valuers. Directory 158
The architecture of display. Marks, Thomas Column 667
The tragic muse. Martin, Philippa Biography 2969
Thinking space. Ratnam, Niru 2065
Turning Turk: Robert O'Byrne assesses two publications dealing with the impact of the Orient on Western taste. O'Byrne, Robert Book review 1088
Unique ensembles: Tom Stammers considers portraiture's connection to politics in Revolutionary France. Stammers, Tom Book review 1056

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