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Articles from Apollo (January 1, 2019)

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'Uncanny exhibits abound in the museums and collections here': Thomas Marks in Turin. Marks, Thomas 785
A peep at the goblins: Christina Rossetti's attitude to the visual arts was as complex as her poetry, writes Tom Fleming. Fleming, Tom Book review 1222
AHEAD OF THE GAME. Griffin, Jonathan Interview 2729
Around the Galleries. Reilly, Samuel 1035
Art Business Promised gifts. O'Donnell, Nicholas 892
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2468
BRAFA: Lucy Scovell selects her highlights of the fair. Scovell, Lucy 1013
Can Venice be saved? Settis, Salvatore; Kaplan, Frederic; Lenardo, Isabella di 1523
Collectors' Focus Bloomsbury artists. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1465
CONFRONTING THE PAST. Bickerton, Emilie 2694
Conjuring the past: Kathleen Bickford Berzock on African art in the Middle Ages. Berzock, Kathleen Bickford 1081
Controversy over how art should be displayed was stoking Apollo's editorial fire 30 years ago this month. O'Byrne, Robert 786
Grave matters: A show about mummies emphasises science over sensationalism. Shaw, Garry 1206
It's all relatives: Gainsborough's tender household portraits were vehicles for his ambitions, writes Clare Bucknell. Bucknell, Clare 1019
January highlights. Calendar 443
Linear thinking: Saul Steinberg's boldness of line made him the king of cartoonists. Rowson, Martin Book review 1148
MADE TO MEASURE. Moore, Susan Interview 2780
Off the shelf. Recommended readings 360
Rethinking restitution. Marks, Thomas Column 747
Return to form. Hatherley, Owen 1872
ROCKS OF AGES: From John Ruskin and Paul Nash to more recent practitioners, artists over the last two, cenjuries have found geology a rich seam to mine. Wilkes, James 2769
State of emergence: An analysis of the new art world order should not dismiss the global rush for Western art. Ward, Ossian Book review 865
The most beautiful swimming pool in France. Turner, Christopher 1079
The paint makes its own image'. Interview 1121
Vetro chic: Emma Park praises an exhibition that explores the brief, gorgeous life of a Venetian glass factory. Park, Emma 1002

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