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Articles from Apollo (November 1, 2018)

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'Shouldn't David be in Florence?' Tristram Hunt on the restored Cast Courts at the V&A. Hunt, Tristram 872
'The scene is reminiscent of Jurassic Park': Digby Warde-Aldam in Genk. Warde-Aldam, Digby 810
'The Southbank Centre suffers from architectural self-loathing'. Darley, Gillian 1143
'We needed to look at the narratives again': Two curators on a new Islamic gallery for 2018. Interview 1100
Are the principles set out for identifying Nazi-looted art fit for purpose? O'Donnell, Nicholas M. 1376
Around the Galleries. Reilly, Samuel 1093
Art Business Artists' pay. Harris, Gareth 1080
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2519
Art movement: Lights fantastic, optical trickery ... the very definition of kinetic art is shifty. Day, Jon 1095
Asian Art in London: Matthew Wilcox selects his highlights of the event. Wilcox, Matthew 1356
BODY LANGUAGE. Smith-Laing, Tim 2506
Collectors' Focus Japanese lacquerware. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1420
Dressed to empress: An unprecedented show of art associated with China's Qing empresses is a revelation. Nicholson, Louise 1217
Epic sweep: A grand survey of Delacroix presents the painter in many different modes. Pullins, David 1088
FLAMES OF CREATION: For thousands of years during the Jomon period, the Japanese archipelago was home to one of the prehistoric world's most innovative societies with a highly sophisticated craft tradition. Kaner, Simon 2667
GOING FOR THE SONG. Moore, Susan 2694
Having a laugh. Marks, Thomas Editorial 707
Hypnotic and erotic--Alphonse Mucha's work, reassessed in Apollo in 1963, took on the swinging decade's spirit. O'Byrne, Robert 803
Niche market: Hugh Lane's philanthropy set him apart from the art dealers of his time. O'Byrne, Robert Book review 1001
Norway spruce: The modern-medieval world of Gerhard Munthe deserves to be better known. Waithe, Marcus Book review 1072
November Calendar. Calendar 103
November highlights. Calendar 452
Off the shelf. Recommended readings 355
Out of this world: More artists than ever are experimenting with virtual reality. If some seem beguiled by the technology, others are using it to confront our faith in digital progress. Schwarz, Gabrielle 1940
Speech and silence: A thrilling survey of two Renaissance masters highlights their many differences. Hills, Paul 1158
SWEDE DREAMS: The Nationalmuseum in Stockholm recently unveiled its ambitious refurbishment--which means that Sweden's greatest museum is finally able to do justice to its world-class collections. Ahmed, Fatema 2596

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