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Articles from Apollo (April 1, 2019)

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'Gropius didn't want the Bauhaus to be political, but he couldn't avoid it'. Interview 1219
'He was seen as a difficult, idiosyncratic character': Monika Jagfeld on the artist Antonio Ligabue. Jagfeld, Monika Biography 916
April highlights. Calendar 459
Around the Galleries. Reilly, Samuel 1076
Art Business Currency conversion. Gerlis, Melanie 1187
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2333
Art on the brain. Day, Jon 1945
Art on the underground: Gillian Darley on the Naples metro. Darley, Gillian 1136
Cards on the table: Gregory Afinogenov finds a postcard collection has much to say about pre-Soviet politics and art. Afinogenov, Gregory Book review 1171
Collectors' Focus Art of the moving image. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1438
COURT OF APPEAL. Moore, Susan 2611
Desired effects: The strangest of Balthus's paintings tend to be his most interesting, writes Harriet Baker. Baker, Harriet 1086
Directory. Directory 642
FJORD EYES ONLY: Building on the achievements of their predecessors, Harald Sohlberg and Edvard Munch did more than anyone to create a uniquely national--yet universal--form of Norwegian art. Prideaux, Sue 2408
Foreign legion: The Met's superb collection of French paintings now has a catalogue to match. Jeffares, Neil Book review 1156
Glassy star: Philip Johnson laid the groundwork for the modern celebrity architect, writes Edwin Heathcote. Heathcote, Edwin Book review 1188
Invest in thoroughbred brown furniture--so Apollo advised 'men of moderate means and good taste' in 1945. O'Byrne, Robert 806
Many tongues. Marks, Thomas Editorial 656
NOBLE SALVAGE. Bickerton, Emilie 2897
Off the shelf. Book review 357
Proustian moments: In painting the society figures of his day, Boldini also brought its literature to life, writes Xavier F. Salomon. Salomon, Xavier F. 970
Should the Houses of Parliament be turned into a museum? Vaizey, Ed; Hall, Michael 1393
SIGNS OF THE TIMES. Schwarz, Gabrielle Interview 2549
Tanning salon: This survey of Dorothea Tanning's career testifies to her lifelong commitment to Surrealism, writes Alice Spawls. Spawls, Alice 1187
THE MAGIC OF MERLIN: The mythical figure of Merlin has taken on many guises through the centuries: from post-biblical prophet to political thinker and, more recently, a foolish old man undone by infatuation. Jeffs, Amy 2652

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