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Articles from Apollo (September 1, 2018)

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'I'm working with and against painting': Ahead of her exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, Amy Sillman talks to Imelda Barnard about the comic impulse, landline phones, and her love/hate relationship with painting. Sillman, Amy Interview 1170
'It is difficult to reconcile my disappointment in Milos with my sense of wonder in Paris': Emilie Bickerton on the Venus de Milo. Bickerton, Emilie Travel narrative 779
A sense of movement. Marks, Thomas 658
Around the Galleries. Reilly, Samuel 1064
Art Business Blockchain. Shaw, Anny 1143
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2463
Biennial boom. Cranfield, Ben 2298
Collectors' Focus French Romantic painting. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1335
DIRECT APPEAL. Moore, Susan 2775
Does the system for protecting historic buildings in New York still work? The recent controversy over the expansion of the Frick has been resolved to general satisfaction, but wider questions surrounding the preservation of historic buildings and sites in New York remain. Vitullo-Martin, Julia; Gotkin, Michael 1302
Herbert Furst's tongue-in-cheek defence of philistinism in January 1945 reveals the prejudices of his age. O'Byrne, Robert 805
Hidden gems: Peyton Skipwith considers the now baffling neglect of Arts and Crafts jewellery and metalwork. Skipwith, Peyton 1210
High Tech by hand. Darley, Gillian 1052
IMAGINING ARMENIA: What does an exhibition of historic Armenian art say about a place and a people that have always been hard to define, both geographically and politically? Greenwood, Tim 2737
In praise of pastels: Neil Jeff'ares assesses a new catalogue of the Louvre's outstanding holdings in the medium. Jeffares, Neil 1169
La Biennale Paris: Lucy Scovell selects her highlights of the fair. Scovell, Lucy 630
Off the shelf. 344
Print matters: A new facsimile edition of the Gutenberg Bible is a huge scholarly achievement. Wellesley, Mary 1010
ROOMS OF HER OWN: Berthe Morisot has been neglected in comparison with her peers, but a major exhibition looks set to restore the painter to her rightful place at the centre of the Impressionist movement. Cohen, Rachel 2789
September Calendar. Calendar 118
September highlights. 439
Shock and awe: Haute couture proves no match for some lavish loans from the Vatican. Haas, Lidija 910
STILLED LIFE: In depicting servants paused at their work, Chardin places inattentive figures in the midst of carefully realised still lifes--encouraging us to ponder what distraction shares with contemplation. Murphy, Kathryn 2972
THE GOOD LIFE: As he turns 90, Joe Tilson looks back on a career that has seen him cross paths with many of the giants of postwar art--while creating some of the most distinctive and enduring works of the period. Gayford, Martin 2591
The triumph of Tintoretto: Frederick Ilchman on a Venetian master at 500. Ilchman, Frederick 850
Urban renaissance: David Wojnarowicz's art is as urgent now as it was in New York in the 1980s. Sandhu, Sukhdev 1031

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