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Articles from Apollo (April 1, 2016)

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'Free digital access is inherently democratic': Andrew Ellis on publishing the nation's art collection online. Ellis, Andrew 703
'I love the shock of conflict between cultures'. Ping, Huang Yong Interview 890
'It has been a privilege to get close to almost all of Bacon's extant paintings': Martin Harrison on Bacon's catalogue raisonne. Harrison, Martin 748
'The clutter of my desk testifies to the range of Mustafa Sadiq's stock': Raphael Cormack pays tribute to a legendary Cairo bookseller. Cormack, Raphael Letter to the editor 860
'The survival of the Rock Garden seems little short of miraculous': Gavin Stamp celebrates the legacy of Nek Chand. Stamp, Gavin 1140
A colourful conundrum: Delacroix remains a puzzling figure in an illuminating show about his influence. Oldham, Martin 976
A fair deal. Marks, Thomas Editorial 642
A scientific eye. Moore, Susan Interview 2472
April highlights. Calendar 429
Arnold Hauser's grappling with the parameters of mannerism was ahead of its time, wrote Denys Sutton in 1965. O'Byrne, Robert 750
Around the galleries. Barnard, Imelda 802
Art market. Moore, Susan 2382
Blank canvases: Robert Ryman's eerie paintings reward repeat viewings. Haas, Lidija 893
Collectors' focus Dada. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1274
Conservators & restorers of art & antiques. Directory 155
Drawing from life. Gayford, Martin 2523
Global reach. Thomas, Nicholas 2128
Gothic spirit: this biography of a prolific architect goes a long way to restoring his reputation. Turner, Olivia Horsfall Book review 972
House of art. Ahmed, Fatema Interview 2599
Impressions of Wessex: Dorset had a profound impact on a group of British painters. Haycock, David Boyd 1047
International art & antique dealers. Directory 339
International auctioneers of art & antiques. Directory 346
International picture framers. Directory 127
Is the UK's export review process in need of reform? 1427
Museum politics: Robert Hewison is provoked by a lively account of the most contested objects in Western museums. Hewison, Robert Book review 922
Never mind the buttocks: this exhibition finally gives Carlo Portelli the attention he deserves. Ekserdjian, David 1010
Off the shelf. Book review 345
Shock and awe. Gascoigne, Laura 2442
Turner and Nelson. Shanes, Eric 2646

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