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Articles from Apollo (July 1, 2019)

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'Assumptions about the city's conservatism are frustrating': Jo Lawson-Tancred in Munich. Lawson-Tancred, Jo 1077
'Bringing ancient sites to life': Matthew Nicholls in Rome. Nicholls, Matthew 1170
'I became for a while a creature of the night': James Attlee on the moon. Attlee, James 1041
'I have made lots of paintings that fantasise about the sea and ships': As the Danish artist Tal R heads to the British coast for the summer, with an exhibition at Hastings Contemporary, he talks to Apollo about the impulse that drives his paintings and how he has always been drawn to the sea. Interview 1136
A man of his time: We shouldn't forget to consider Leonardo in the context of his own age. Baker, Christopher 1074
After a five-year closure, the renovated museum opens its doors to give you a taste of Bruges' history. 141
Around the Galleries: Beckett beams out over Edinburgh, annual fairs come to Bamberg and Baltimore, there's art by the coast in Belgium, and Tribal Art London focuses on objects made by and for women. Reilly, Samuel Calendar 1042
Art Business Catalogues raisonnes. Lawson-Tancred, Jo 892
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2519
Collectors' Focus Sub-Saharan jewellery. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1398
DIRECTORY. Directory 322
From Russia with love: Radical as she was, Natalia Goncharova was deeply influenced by folk traditions. Zagha, Muriel 1129
Heavenly bodies: Anthony Cutler assesses a comprehensive new study of the Rotunda in Thessaloniki. Cutler, Anthony Book review 1194
Hell's bells! Gillian Darley on Historic England. Darley, Gillian 1241
Is the art world too obsessed with celebrity? Patience, Stephen; Bryan, Kate 1435
July/August Calendar. Calendar 142
July/August highlights. Calendar 471
LAND OF OPPORTUNITY. Gayford, Martin Interview 2650
Lines of enquiry: A catalogue of Italian maiolica will be pored over by scholars, suggests David Ekserdjian. Ekserdjian, David Book review 1204
Lynn Chadwick--winner of the international sculpture prize at the Venice Biennale in 1956--found little favour with Apollo that year. 777
Made to last. Marks, Thomas Editorial 621
Meet the beetles! A study of 16th-century insect illustrations sees the macro in the micro, writes Kathryn Murphy. Murphy, Kathryn Book review 1133
Mind the gap: By finding the places where official narratives are silent and collective memory falters, artists can confront the past to create new narratives for the future. Trilling, Daniel 1927
Off the shelf: Apollo's selection of recently published books on art, architecture and the history of collecting. Recommended readings 357
Parcours des Mondes: Susan Moore selects her highlights of the event. Moore, Susan 1200
Portraits of a lady: The unsung art of Milein Cosman is well served by a handsome, if imperfect, study, writes Tom Fleming. Fleming, Tom Book review 1144
QUALITY CONTROL. Moore, Susan 2760
Selfie shtick: For Maria Lassnig, the self-portrait offered infinite possibilities. Schwarz, Gabrielle 1169
THE SECRET SHARER: Felix Feneon, the publicity-averse critic, collector and anarchist who moved in avant-garde circles and was an early champion of African art, is being celebrated in a series of exhibitions in Paris and New York. Reilly, Samuel 2583
VERY LIKE A WHALE: Moby-Dick is a novel suspicious of visual representation--but one that has inspired scores of illustrators and artists. Kerr, Matt 2267

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