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Intersex Aestheticism and Transgenre Mediation: Swinburne's Ekphrastic Androgynes. Prizel, Natalie Critical essay Dec 22, 2019 9227
Collectors' Focus Giambologna. Crichton-Miller, Emma Oct 1, 2019 1305
'One of the most fascinating artists in the history of Spanish art': C.D. Dickerson on Alonso Berruguete. Dickerson, C.D. Oct 1, 2019 1132
Grace Wales Bonner: SERPENTINE GALLERIES, LONDON. Sharma-Patel, Kashif May 1, 2019 1065
Annie Ratti: AMANDA WILKINSON. Williams, Gilda May 1, 2019 597
Tanning salon: This survey of Dorothea Tanning's career testifies to her lifelong commitment to Surrealism, writes Alice Spawls. Spawls, Alice Apr 1, 2019 1187
APOLLO BOOK OF THE YEAR 2018: THE HISTORY OF VENETIAN RENAISSANCE SCULPTURE ANNE MARKHAM SCHULZ. Lochhead, Stuart Dec 1, 2018 601
Lin May Saeed: STUDIO VOLTAIRE. Williams, Gilda Nov 1, 2018 592
BODY LANGUAGE. Smith-Laing, Tim Nov 1, 2018 2506
TOUCH WOOD: Sculptor, Victoria Claire, talks with OT about living with retinitis pigmentosa and her new exhibition where people experience her artwork through touch in a pitch-black room. Claire, Victoria Personal account Jun 1, 2018 639
"SHAPE OF LIGHT: 100 YEARS OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND ABSTRACT ART". Witkovsky, Matthew S. Brief article May 1, 2018 154
Phillip King: THOMAS DANE GALLERY. Sam, Sherman Mar 1, 2018 622
Jake and Dinos Chapman: BLAIN: SOUTHERN. Serafinowicz, Sylvia Jan 1, 2018 579
Tanavoli sculpture sells for $262,200 at Christie's. Brief article Nov 3, 2017 321
Jiro Takamatsu: HENRY MOORE INSTITUTE. Sam, Sherman Nov 1, 2017 570
Vicky Wright: JOSH LILLEY GALLERY. Schwabsky, Barry Oct 1, 2017 591
Sorel Etrog: Edel Assanti. Serafinowicz, Sylvia Sep 1, 2017 539
Tony Cragg: Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Sam, Sherman Sep 1, 2017 615
Row over UK artist Hirst's 'copy' of ancient Ife bronze. Brief article Jun 1, 2017 238
Matt Paweski: Herald St. Price, Patrick May 1, 2017 602
Anthea Hamilton: The Hepworth Wakefield. Sam, Sherman Mar 1, 2017 699
Shezad Dawood: Timothy Taylor. Jumabhoy, Zehra Jan 1, 2017 607
Nicolas Deshayes: Modern Art. Noble, Kathy Dec 1, 2016 557
Jeremy Moon: Peer/Large Glass. Sam, Sherman Nov 1, 2016 646
Steven Claydon: Sadie Coles HQ. Overton, Tom May 1, 2016 675
Africa's Picasso. May 1, 2016 274
Local authority ownership of artworks: Tower Hamlets v. Bromley. Herman, Alexander; Mason, Katharine Apr 1, 2016 3154
Caroline Achaintre: Arcade. Williams, Gilda Apr 1, 2016 519
Nicholas Cheveldave and Daniel Keller: Chewday's. Watts, Jonathan P. Apr 1, 2016 522
"Silent explosion: Ivor Davies and Destruction in Art". Jumabhoy, Zehra Mar 1, 2016 1011
Ian Cheng: Pilar Corrias Gallery. Taylor, Phil Feb 1, 2016 656
Michael Dean: Supportico Lopez. Beeson, John Jan 1, 2016 545
Atomic matter: where post-war sculptors chose ambiguous forms with which to represent nuclear energy and its possibilities, contemporary artists have increasingly turned to explore the material repercussions of nuclear disaster. Purdon, James Jan 1, 2016 2400
Francesco Vezzoli: Almine Rech Gallery. Schaar, Elisa Dec 1, 2015 584
Acquisition of the Year. Ekserdjian, David Dec 1, 2015 537
Centre stage: Alexander Calder's sculptures have sometimes been regarded as unchallenging, but a retrospective at the Tate restores the American artist to his rightful place at the heart of the 20th-century avant-garde. Crichton-Miller, Emma Dec 1, 2015 2209
Collectors' focus Spanish polychrome sculpture. Crichton-Miller, Emma Dec 1, 2015 1223
Barbara Hepworth: Tate Britain, London. Kleeblatt, Norman L. Nov 1, 2015 1729
Anne Hardy: The Common Guild. Long, Declan Nov 1, 2015 640
Ian Hamilton Finlay: Victoria Miro. Taws, Richard Oct 1, 2015 619
The art of Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975). Essay Sep 22, 2015 3009
Barbara Hepworth. Spalding, Frances Sep 22, 2015 1470
'Francis Bacon and the masters'. Arya, Rina Sep 22, 2015 869
John Wood and Paul Harrison: Carroll/Fletcher. Withers, Rachel Sep 1, 2015 589
Katrina Palmer: Artangel. Williams, Gilda Sep 1, 2015 609
'It seems extraordinary that this great artist is so little known': Gavin Stamp on the architecture of Ivan Mestrovic. Stamp, Gavin Sep 1, 2015 1179
Ana Maria Pacheco. Williams, Laura Jun 22, 2015 607
Anna-Bella Papp: Stuart Shave/Modern Art. Williams, Gilda Jun 22, 2015 525
Than Hussein Clark: David Roberts Art Foundation. Proctor, Jacob Jun 22, 2015 665
Senga Nengudi: White Cube, Bermondsey. Noble, Kathy Mar 1, 2015 664
Nick Mauss: Campou Presti. Sam, Sherman Mar 1, 2015 519
Tranchee: Alexandra Engelfriet. Higgin, Marc Mar 1, 2015 1648
Cathy Wilkes: Tramway. Amazeen, Lauren Dyer Jan 1, 2015 440
"Gego: Line as Object": henry moore institute, leeds, UK. fer, Briony Dec 1, 2014 715
Hannah Wilke. Bradley, Paige K. Oct 1, 2014 512
Richard tuttle. Rich, Sarah K. Brief article Sep 1, 2014 172
Eva Rothschild: stuart shave/modern art. Schwabsky, Barry Sep 1, 2014 628
A very British sculptor: Jonathan Black on Eric Kennington's sculpture and the Church of England. Black, Jonathan Jun 22, 2014 2613
Objects without edges: in this excerpt from a new monograph on the British sculptor Alison Wilding, Anna Moszynska charts the Christian references latent in three major works shown recently at the Duveen Galleries in Tate Britain. Moszynska, Anna Jun 22, 2014 1376
Erik van Lieshout. Williams, Gilda Apr 1, 2014 580
Dennis Oppenheim. Applin, Jo Mar 1, 2014 627
From the archives: the simplicity of Alexander Calder's playful sculptures makes them susceptible to interpretation--an impulse that must be resisted, wrote Mahonri Sharp Young, a friend of the artist, in June 1977. O'Byrne, Robert Sep 1, 2013 774
Commissions. Jun 22, 2013 344
A question of style: 15th-century English alabaster carvings have often been described misleadingly as 'Nottingham alabasters'. More careful scrutiny of the social and intellectual contexts of their production would furnish us with a greater sense of their cultural significance--and their rich artistry. De Beer, Lloyd; Speakman, Naomi Essay May 1, 2013 3180
Tree Huggers: Giuseppe Penone's "Spazio di Luce" and Rachel Whiteread's "Tree of Life". Corwin, William Feb 1, 2013 771
Russell Ferguson. Ferguson, Russell Dec 1, 2012 990
Sara Barker. Stonard, John-Paul Nov 1, 2012 576
World's Largest Naked Woman Sculpture Unveiled in Britain. Brief article Sep 2, 2012 284
Sarah Lucas. Williams, Gilda Jun 22, 2012 573
Art on the move. Humphries, Oscar Column May 1, 2012 481
An Olympiad's portrait: during excavations at Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli the archaeologist Gavin Hamilton unearthed a classical statue of Hermes, Hamilton's conservation of the sculpture transformed its identity to create an 18th-century image of an Olympic victor inspired by the ideals of ancient Greece. Angelicoussis, Elizabeth May 1, 2012 3358
From the archives: like the work of Damien Hirst today, Jacob Epstein's Genesis was the subject of a media furore in Britain in the 1930s. Writing in March 1931, Thomas Leman Hare mounted a defence of what now appears to be a rather innocuous sculpture. O'Byrne, Robert Apr 1, 2012 791
Grayson Perry: the Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman. Spalding, Frances Mar 22, 2012 1014
Hans-Peter Feldmann. Mehring, Christine Brief article Jan 1, 2012 151
Rebecca Warren: MAUREEN PALEY. Lovatt, Anna Jan 1, 2012 567
Thea Djordjadze: THE COMMON GUILD. Cairns, Steven Jan 1, 2012 475
Kalliopi Lemos: BENAKI MUSEUM/IBRAHIM KHAN MOSQUE/THE CRYPT GALLERY, ST. PANCRAS CHURCH. Drake, Cathryn Jan 1, 2012 582
Alice Channer: the approach. Williams, Gilda Jun 22, 2011 544
Christine Borland: Glasgow Sculpture Studios. Amazeen, Lauren Dyer Jun 22, 2011 478
'This work has never been commissioned at all': Jonathan Cronshaw looks back at Jacob Epstein's Madonna and Child. Cronshaw, Jonathan Column May 24, 2011 2555
New commissions. May 24, 2011 406
"Mario Merz: what is to be done?". Cullinan, Nicholas Brief article May 1, 2011 155
The re-enchantment of the world. Godfrey, Mark May 1, 2011 2939
Ricky Swallow. Byrt, Anthony May 1, 2011 507
Commissions. Brief article Mar 11, 2011 149
Huma Bhabha: STEPHEN FRIEDMAN GALLERY. Williams, Gilda Mar 1, 2011 550
Figuring it out: from the monumental Angel of the North to the minuscule figures of Field, British sculptor Antony Gormley's numerous takes on the human form are created for the artist and the public alike to puzzle over. And his latest incarnation of Horizon Field is no different ... Barrett, Rachael Cover story Nov 1, 2010 2087
Collectors' focus: following a recent spate of major exhibitions on the subject, the market for modern British sculpture is enjoying a renaissance, with less well-known names available at very good prices. Crichton-Miller, Emma Nov 1, 2010 1270
The Artist as collector: Tom Phillips' collection of African goldweights--miniature sculptures from West Africa--is probably the finest in private hands. He talks to Apollo about why these objects echo his love of imaginative territory. Andrews, Isabel Sep 1, 2010 1919
Detailed work. Brief article Jul 28, 2010 236
Chipperfield cleans up at the Royal Academy summer show. Hunter, Will Jul 1, 2010 609
Thea Djordjadze. Serafinowicz-Wesolowske, Sylwia Jun 22, 2010 524
Phyllis tuchman responds. Column Mar 1, 2010 391
Weeping glass tears: Spanish baroque sculpture and painting are fused in a gripping exhibition. Bailey, Gauvin Alexander Jan 1, 2010 1207
Betwixt and between: Jonathan Cate travels to Salisbury and Gloucester for two major exhibitions of sculpture. Koestle-Cate, Jonathan Essay Jan 1, 2010 1628
'Like a poet's dreams': the redisplay of the 6th Duke of Devonshire's sculpture gallery at Chatsworth: filming of Pride & Prejudice at Chatsworth in 2004 revealed the original 'glow of beauty' of the 6th Duke of Devonshire's sculpture gallery. This has helped prompt the return of the gallery to its appearance in the mid-19th century. Noble, Charles; Yarrington, Alison Nov 1, 2009 4518
Nail fetish: found in the Congo in 1865 by British troops fighting river pirates. Mar 1, 2009 600
Market review: saleroom activity in December indicated that buyers are returning to the 'safe haven' of Old Masters. Moore, Susan Feb 1, 2009 921
Art and architecture. Brief article Dec 22, 2008 317
Tino Sehgal. Brief article Dec 1, 2008 129
Christine Macel. Macel, Christine Dec 1, 2008 1212
Jack Bankowsky. Bankowsky, Jack Dec 1, 2008 1113
Ayse Erkmen: Hamburger Bahnhof--Museum Fur Gegenwart. Rottmann, Andre Dec 1, 2008 599
Eran Shakine: Gallery 39 for contemporary art. Banai, Nuit Dec 1, 2008 543
Thomas Scheibitz; Camden arts centre. Schwabsky, Barry Jun 22, 2008 624
Artedejardin 2008. Brief article Jun 22, 2008 164
Gardening leave: the sculptural integrity in Ivor Abrahams's depictions of gardens overpowers suggestions of caricature. Richardson, Tim May 1, 2008 1020
Jan Mancuska: Kunsthalle Basel. Scharrer, Eva May 1, 2008 589
Rooms divided: the new installation in Tate modern's Turbine Hall is far from being the first attempt by an artist to undermine a building. Gayford, Martin Viewpoint essay Jan 1, 2008 977
Gary Hume: white cube. Williams, Gilda Jan 1, 2008 516
Casting the first stone. Cleveland-Peck, Patricia Oct 1, 2007 4066
Into the vortex: an exhibition in Sheffield sets Gaudier-Brzeska in the context of the sculptural avant-garde with brilliant success. Skipwith, Peyton Jun 1, 2007 940
Thinking inside the box: Tim Richardson goes underground in Yorkshire to experience Andy Goldsworthy's latest works. Richardson, Tim Jun 1, 2007 1364
Cerith Wyn Evans: Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. Bishop, Claire Jan 1, 2007 1806
Pierre Klossowski/Hans Bellmer: Whitechapel Art Gallery. Schwabsky, Barry Jan 1, 2007 563
Around the galleries: Susannah Woolmer previews shows of French painting and sculpture in Paris, and Rodin, Kitaj and Koons in London. Woolmer, Susannah Dec 1, 2006 423
Curzon taught a lesson. Spanier, Samson Brief article Apr 1, 2006 175
Sculptors resized: Peyton Skipwith welcomes an exhibition at the Ben Uri Gallery that focuses on two twentieth-century British sculptors, one very famous and one neglected, Jacob Epstein and Dora Gordine. Skipwith, Peyton Mar 1, 2006 744
Flat but not squashed: Donatello's Ascension is the centrepiece of a rewarding exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute on low-relief carving in the early renaissance. Hall, Michael Mar 1, 2005 908
Regeneration under starters orders. Gregory, Rob Brief Article Mar 1, 2005 191
Bullets to boughs. Amodeo, Christian Brief Article Feb 1, 2005 124
Thomas Banks's missing 'Cupid': the sculptor Thomas Banks is currently the subject of an exhibition at Sir John Soane's Museum. Its curator, Julius Bryant, tells the story of one of Banks's most celebrated works, purchased by Catherine the Great, which vanished during World War II. Bryant, Julius Feb 1, 2005 2248
Carving out a place for sculpture: the Victoria and Albert Museum's new permanent display devoted to the materials and techniques of sculpture, the Gilbert Bayes Gallery, is as satisfying intellectually as it is striking visually. Skipwith, Peyton Feb 1, 2005 1039
Gary Webb: Chisenhale Gallery. Pontegnie, Anne Critical Essay Feb 1, 2005 483
"Real World": Modern Art. Hall, James Critical Essay Feb 1, 2005 564
An award of almost 1m [pounds sterling] has been made by the National Heritage Memorial Fund to help establish the first British tribute honouring the millions of civilian and servicewomen involved in the Second World War. Brief Article Jul 1, 2004 103
David Batchelor: ikon gallery. Mac Giolla Leith, Caoimbin Jun 22, 2004 543
New galleries and renovations 2003. Dec 1, 2003 1371
Abdul Sharif Baruwa. Vogel, Sabine B. Sep 1, 2003 494
A forgotten Assumption of the Virgin: the reredos at St Andrew, Sandford-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. Tracy, Charles Sep 1, 2003 6919
Bear necessities. Hainley, Bruce Nov 1, 2002 5412
Whitechapel Art Gallery. (Reviews). Giolla Leith, Caoimhin Mac Oct 1, 2002 481

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