Announcing the Apollo Awards 2021 shortlists

 
The Apollo Awards 2021 shortlist
 
APOLLO ANNOUNCES THE SHORTLISTS FOR THE APOLLO AWARDS 2021
 
Dating back to 1992, the Apollo Awards celebrate major achievements in the art and museum worlds, commending remarkable work by individuals and institutions in both historical and contemporary fields. The winners of the 2021 awards and the Apollo Award for Personality of the Year will be announced during a ceremony on 15 November at 6pm (GMT), which will be available to watch on the Apollo website, and published in the December issue of the magazine.

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Artist
 
Dawoud Bey
Jasper Johns
Barbara Kruger
Yayoi Kusama
Kehinde Wiley
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye
 

 
Museum Opening
 
Casa Balla
Rome
Denver Art Museum
Denver
Humboldt Forum
Berlin
Kunsthaus Zürich
Zurich
Musée Carnavalet
Paris
Santa Barbara Museum of Art
Santa Barbara
 

 
Exhibition
 
'Alice Neel: People Come First'
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
'Gold of the Great Steppe'
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
'Paula Rego'
Tate Britain, London
'Rubens: Reuniting the Great Landscapes'
Wallace Collection, London
'Slavery'
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
'Terre degli Uffizi'
Tuscany
 

 
Digital Innovation
 
Digital Violence
Majolica Mania Online
NFTs
The Riesener Project
Superblue
Vortic
 

 
Book
 
A Biographical Dictionary of English Architecture, 1540–1640
Mark Girouard
Francis Bacon: Revelations
Mark Stevens and Annalyn Swan
Luisa Roldán
Catherine Hall-van den Elsen
The Mirror and the Palette
Jennifer Higgie
Painting in Stone
Fabio Barry
Time's Witness: History in the Age of Romanticism
Rosemary Hill
 

 
Acquisition
 
Bust of Georges Mareschal, François Girardon
Château de Versailles
Country Dance, Guido Reni
Galleria Borghese, Rome
91 pieces of arms and armour from Ronald S. Lauder's collection
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
More than 2,000 photographs by Josef Koudelka
Four museums and galleries in Prague and Brno
17th-century chess set, Michel Redlin
Muzeum Bursztynu, Gdansk
40 works from the Souls Grown Deep Foundation
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
175 works from the collection of MJ Long and Colin St John Wilson
Pallant House Gallery, Chichester
Calvary, Claus Sluter and workshop
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
 
 
 

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