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BRONZE SAGE. Bickerton, Emilie Nov 1, 2020 2626
Founder of the Fondation Custodia and 'one of the last great collector-scholars', Frits Lugt was feted in Apollo in 1970. O'Byrne, Robert Oct 1, 2020 862
KING OF THE ZWINGE. Prodger, Michael Apr 1, 2020 2830
ENERGY CONVERSION. Nicholson, Louise Mar 1, 2020 2819
INGRES MANAGEMENT. Prodger, Michael Feb 1, 2020 2849
THE REAL DEAL. Marks, Thomas Mar 1, 2019 3098
African Heritage LIVES AGAIN. Versi, Anver Feb 1, 2019 1309
'Uncanny exhibits abound in the museums and collections here': Thomas Marks in Turin. Marks, Thomas Jan 1, 2019 785
CONFRONTING THE PAST. Bickerton, Emilie Jan 1, 2019 2694
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 Nov 1, 2018 2596
Belgrade, open city. House, Arthur Oct 1, 2018 847
A date with history: Bell Mansion provides touch of elegance. Kelly, Lindsay Sep 1, 2016 798
Full wattage: the opening of G.F. Watts's studios gives Mary Watts a place in the spotlight. Hall, Michael Mar 1, 2016 1003
'The Gulbenkian allows you to follow your inclinations': Gillian Darley in Lisbon. Darley, Gillian Nov 1, 2015 642
Builder's spirit informs reassembly of house. Cottingham, Jan Aug 10, 2015 433
In search of a Jewish audience: New York's Guild Art Gallery, 1935-1937. Pappas, Andrea Essay Oct 1, 2014 10168
Kigali's Ivuka Arts Centre. Williams, Stephen Aug 1, 2014 1060
Italian lessons. Marks, Thomas Column Apr 1, 2014 662
Great Scots: Stephen Lloyd reviews the newly reopened Scottish National Portrait Gallery and a revealing study of its often troubled history. Lloyd, Stephen Mar 1, 2012 2220
Act II at the Ashmolean. Wells, Rhona Jan 1, 2012 969
Sanctum sanctorum: the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Sandstead, Lee Essay Dec 22, 2011 1687
An evolving legacy: Tokyo's Nezu Museum, which celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, began as a private collection and home. A recent expansion has sensitively enabled the museum to remain a shrine to the quiet contemplation of Japanese art. Richard, Sophie Nov 1, 2011 2062
Barnes storm. Sep 22, 2010 489
Crystal Bridges art collection takes turn toward the modern. Cottingham, Jan Jul 12, 2010 1828
Apollo at 85: to mark Apollo's 85th anniversary, former editors share their recollections of art-world events covered in the magazine during their tenure--and some of the challenges they faced. Jul 1, 2010 2419
Ann Goldstein: director, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Jun 22, 2010 1399
Oscar Ho Hing-kay: founding director (2004-2005), museum of contemporary art, Shanghai. Jun 22, 2010 857
Joanna Mytkowska: director, Museum of Modern Art, Warsaw. Jun 22, 2010 847
Ann Temkin: chief curator of painting and sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, New York. Jun 22, 2010 2107
Ines Katzenstein: founding director, art department, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires. Brodie, Jane Jun 22, 2010 841
Kathy Halbreich: associate director, Museum of Modern Art, New York. Griffin, Tim Jun 22, 2010 2629
Enrich collections: the extraordinary collections of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts span more than 5,000 years of art from around the globe. The museum's holdings, which have grown substantially through the decades, are unveiled this month in a major new expansion. Anne B. Barriault presents highlights of the acquisitions made in the last 10 years. Barriault, Anne B. May 1, 2010 3549
The evolution of the Kunstmuseum Basel: the Kunstmuseum Basel, the world's first public museum, began with the city's purchase of a private collection in 1661. Bernhard Mendes Burghi tells the story of the museum's evolution and introduces a selection of highlights among recent acquisitions. Burghi, Bernhard Mendes Apr 1, 2010 3077
Art over the counter: in the September 1929 issue, Andre Salmon reported on the Musee Cognacq-Jay, installed in a small draper's shop in Paris. Mar 1, 2010 494
Royal treasure house in danger: the Cabinet des Medailles, housed in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, has its origins in the collection of art and antiquities formed by the French monarchy. Starved of funds and space, it currently faces an uncertain future. Guy Weill Goudchaux discusses the problems facing France's oldest museum and introduces a selection of its treasures. Goudchaux, Guy Weill Feb 1, 2010 2561
Wellington booty: modern British art at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa: the outstanding collection of modern British art at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa was for many years sidelined, partly for reasons of cultural nationalism. Mark Stocker tells the story of its creation and selects the highlights of a new display at Te Papa. Stocker, Mark Jan 1, 2010 2939
Museum makeover: Smithsonian edition: taking a cue from history, designers were inspired by classic track fixtures and the building's architectural past when lighting two Smithsonian museums. Hall, Elizabeth Cover story Dec 1, 2009 1977
Museum opening of the year: the Extension of the Whitechapel Gallery, London. Brief article Dec 1, 2009 282
Palazzo Madama Turin: the complete restoration of Palazzo Madama and its reopening is a magnificent accomplishment, writes Robert Oresko. A major collection, the Museo Civico d'Arte Antica di Torino, can now be enjoyed in the setting of a spectacular baroque palace, completed by Filippo Juvarra for Maria Giovanna Battista, Duchess of Savoy. Oresko, Robert Dec 1, 2007 2788
The Golden Ticket Gallery Profile #4: last, but not least, in the four-part Golden Ticket Gallery Profile Series is Dolphin Galleries, which has grown from one, small jewelry and gift shop in Maui to eight fine-art and jewelry galleries on three Hawaiian islands since its founding in 1976. Mullen, Daniel Dec 1, 2007 1729
Manna from Manhattan. Sep 22, 2007 476
Temple of beauty learning: the new Greek and Roman galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Stephen L. Dyson reviews the climax of the Metropolitan's 15-year project to redisplay its Classical collections. The new galleries that opened last month are not only a visual triumph: they also set new intellectual standards for the displays. Dyson, Stephen L. May 1, 2007 3640
Space out of sync: the New Chinatown Barbershop. Pearlman, Alison Mar 22, 2007 4951
Sight unseen: when curators began creating Vietnam's first international art show since 1962, they hoped their country's new openness to Western business would mean more cultural freedom. Were they ever wrong. Thrupkaew, Noy Mar 1, 2007 3227
Associative property: Kyle Bentley on Public-Holiday Projects. Bentley, Kyle Feb 1, 2007 837
Gallery chronicle. Panero, James Oct 1, 2006 1800
Among De Koonings, Calders and a whole floor of Edward Hoppers, Louise Nicholson celebrates the Whitney Museum's 75 years--and catches gossip about redevelopment. Nicholson, Louise Jul 1, 2006 766
A new arts and crafts museum. Crawford, Alan Jan 1, 2006 2043
Storied past is rooted in 19th-century Vienna; the Arnot Galleries' history includes exhibitions by Monet, Edouard Cotes and Egon Schiele. Feb 1, 2005 352
The Yaddo records: how an institutional archive reveals creative insights. Alexander, Ben Mar 1, 2004 5721
The man who created MOMA. Kramer, Hilton Biography Dec 1, 2001 3753
Eminently Victorian. DANTO, ARTHUR C. Jan 1, 2000 1346
The John Ringling project. Kipling, Kay Jan 1, 1997 2939
The Whitney Biennial, 1987. Danto, Arthur Coleman column May 16, 1987 2432
Sacramento's Crocker Art Museum celebrates a birthday. May 1, 1985 204

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