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Articles from Apollo (December 1, 2015)

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'A mature nation does not destroy its monuments' Bulgaria's historical memory is selective. Stamp, Gavin 1135
'Our Europe is a fairly inclusive Europe': Lesley Miller on the new European Galleries at the V&A. Interview 903
'You can feel the strangeness of both past and present'. Sperling, Matthew 800
Acquisition of the Year. Ekserdjian, David 537
Acquisitions shortlist. 304
Are artists justified in boycotting Israel? 1431
Around the galleries. Barnard, Imelda Calendar 665
Art and prostitution. Nead, Lynda 2429
Art criticism is an indulgent folly, declared Apollo in 1951--but the best practitioners possessed an eloquence rarely seen today. O'Byrne, Robert 778
Art market. Moore, Susan 1097
Book of the Year. Hall, Michael Awards list 639
Centre stage: Alexander Calder's sculptures have sometimes been regarded as unchallenging, but a retrospective at the Tate restores the American artist to his rightful place at the heart of the 20th-century avant-garde. Crichton-Miller, Emma 2209
Collectors' focus Spanish polychrome sculpture. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1223
Convection currents: Peter Lanyon's abstract paintings capture the structures of the air. Gray, Maggie 1107
December highlights. Calendar 462
Digital Innovation of the Year. Gray, Maggie List 620
Directory. Directory 1156
Enigma machine: the familiarity of M.C. Escher's work doesn't make it any easier to interpret. Wiles, Will 878
Exhibition of the Year. Purdon, James List 637
Fast and loose: this authoritative catalogue shows up the uneven nature of Romney's art. Hensher, Philip Book review 1017
Giovanni Caboto stands on a plinth, looking for something. Bratishenko, Lev 624
Le rouge et le noir: Andrea del Sarto's masterful chalk drawings have been well served by the Frick. Wolk-Simon, Linda 1476
Maria Balshaw. Warde-Aldam, Digby Interview 2179
Museum Opening of the Year. Marks, Thomas List 647
Off the shelf. Recommended readings 356
Post-war panorama: an epic of architectural history reveals the many forms of English modernism. Smith, Otto Saumarez Book review 991
Review. 1165
Risky business: the stakes could be higher in this exploration of risk in art. Smith-Laing, Tim 927
Russian scenes. Morel, Thierry Interview 2651
The social media canvas. Jeffreys, Tom 1798
Top condition. Marks, Thomas Column 669
War efforts: Peyton Skipwith on how perceptions of the art world changed during the First World War. Skipwith, Peyton Book review 936
William Kentridge. Eastham, Ben 693

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