Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture offers a history lesson for all
The artist Jannis Kounellis has died in Rome at the age of 80
The Turner Prize winner’s new film looks at the power of narratives to misrepresent
This February, Apollo features articles on the legacy of Hockney’s swimming pools, the Berlin Painter, and reforming the antiquities trade. Matthew Wilcox talks to Günther Uecker about the rise of the European avant-garde, and Désiré Feuerle tells Susan Moore about displaying his collection in a Berlin bunker. Plus: the market for Indian arms and armour, the rise of art business, and Michael Hall remembers Eva Neurath. Preview the issue below.
Ninety years after Gluck’s first exhibition at the gallery, the Fine Art Society is giving the painter a long overdue second chance
Fears are growing that Donald Trump’s administration means to abolish the National Endowment for the Arts. What would it mean for US culture if they did?
The combination of climate change and apathy is a perfect storm for cultural sites around the world
Manchester has received the lion’s share of recent arts funding in northern England, to the irritation of other leading cities. Can its success benefit everyone?
The Met, New York
The first major exhibition in the US devoted to Hercules Segers, the great Dutch printmaker whose surviving works are extremely rare
13 Feb - 21 May 2017
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark
A major exhibition of William Kentridge’s drawings, films, sculptures, performances and opera and drama productions
16 Feb - 18 Jun 2017
Whitechapel Gallery, London
This major Eduardo Paolozzi retrospective spans five decades and features over 250 works; including bronzes, collages, textiles and fashion designs
16 Feb - 14 May 2017
Tate Modern, London
Wolfgang Tillmans’s first ever exhibition at Tate Modern brings together an exciting variety of media – including photographs, video, and music
15 Feb - 11 Jun 2017
The most inspirational young people in the Asia Pacific art world