It’s a mixed bag this year, with Anthea Hamilton coming out on top. But whatever you make of the work, Tate is no longer the place to show it
The novelist’s account of the two artists contributes little to discussion of their achievements
Kicking off the London art season by kicking in an old Saab (for art’s sake)
Ryan Gander’s new exhibition at the Lisson Gallery turns the spectator into the spectacle
Was the French Second Empire as morally and artistically bankrupt as its critics made it out to be?
This October, Apollo previews TEFAF New York Fall and Frieze Masters, and features articles on Martin Luther’s image, the purpose of design museums, and the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Isabel Stevens talks to Julia Stoschek about the difficulties of collecting video art, and Martin Gayford meets the Iraqi-born artist Dia Al-Azzawi on the eve of his retrospective in Doha. Plus: David Anfam on Clyfford Still, Simon Starling at the Japan Society, and Xavier Salomon on Della Robbia. Preview the issue below.
The Limbach Commission mediates Nazi-looted art restitution disputes – but is it effective?
‘At Twilight’ includes references to Japanese Noh theatre, western modernism, contemporary stagecraft and Eeyore…
The week’s round-up of the top art market stories: Fine Art Asia returns to Hong Kong and Sotheby’s opens in Dubai
Here’s what we stand to lose if Libya’s heritage cannot be protected.
The Guerrilla Girls revisit their 1986 poster ‘It’s Even Worse in Europe’ in a new display at the Whitechapel Gallery
Discover the four shortlisted artists for the Turner Prize 2016
To celebrate its 30th birthday the Musée d’Orsay explores the Second Empire (1852–1870), a period of decadence, opulence and social unrest
In this major exhibition the Whitechapel Gallery presents six large-scale installations by William Kentridge
The most inspirational young people in the Asia Pacific art world