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Articles from Apollo (July 1, 2018)

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'Doing justice to an artist no one knows is quite an undertaking'. Van der Stighelen, Katlijne; Wautier, Michaelina Personal account 839
'George Devey was a magpie with a painter's sensibility'. Holland, Charles Biography 1210
'Gobekli Tepe appears to record a world on its way out': Yasmine Seale in southern Turkey. Seale, Yasmine 1143
'The space has an otherworldly quality': Stuart McKnight on Westminster Abbey. Marks, Thomas Interview 1597
Abbey ode. Marks, Thomas Editorial 682
Around the Galleries: Tribal Art London takes centre stage in the capital, while the summer fair season across Europe offers an eclectic range of art, design and antiquities. Reilly, Samuel 843
Art Business Finance and museums. Hunter, Timothy 876
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2513
Collectors' Focus Native American textiles. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1322
Creative writing: This study of a great 16th-century Qur'an does justice to the ingenuity of its calligrapher. Rahim, Sameer Book review 1064
Is the international art world too elitist? Jones, Caroline A.; Wetzler, Rachel 1393
July/August highlights. Calendar 465
Language of luxury: Christopher Turner welcomes a reappraisal of the Bauhaus's lofty, Utopian ambitions. Turner, Christopher Book review 985
LEADING LIGHT. Griffin, Jonathan Interview 2805
Modern mystic: This exhibition makes clear the abrupt shift in PaulFeiler's style of painting. Gray, Maggie 1276
Money matters: Andrea Fraser raises uncomfortable truths about art, money and politics in the US. Delbourgo, James Book review 1065
Off the shelf. Book review 361
OUT OF THE ORDINARY: The new World Gallery at the Horniman Museum and Gardens, London, stresses the everyday nature of anthropological artefacts--at a museum that is anything but mundane. Ahmed, Fatema Organization overview 2176
PARALLEL TRADITIONS. Moore, Susan Interview 2776
Parcours des Mondes: Susan Moore selects her highlights of the event. Moore, Susan 1135
SCENE STYLERS. Spawls, Alice Essay 3100
Shape-shifting: Odilon Redon's work deliberately escapes definition. Kerr, Matthew 1080
TRAVELING COMPANIONS: The discovery that John Singer Sargent travelled to the Holy Land with the Italian painter Alberto Falchetti--and a comparison of their canvases--sheds new light on the work of both artists. Amedei, Michele 2348
Trip advisors: Placing African ritual objects in contemporary religious contexts lets us see them afresh. Reilly, Samuel 1161
Writing in 1964, Denys Sutton strove to rehabilitate Sargent's reputation after decades of negative critical reviews. O'Byrne, Robert 787

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