Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Dutch and Flemish Paintings: Dulwich Picture Gallery’ by Ellinoor Bergvelt and Michiel Jonker

18 Nov 2016
Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and Glenn D. Lowry, Director, The Museum of Modern Art, stand next to Alejandro Otero, 'Colored Lines on White Background' (1950) © 2016 Scott Rudd

Acquisitions of the month: October

MoMA and the Musée d’Orsay are the big winners: they both received landmark gifts from prominent collectors that will transform their holdings

17 Nov 2016
Gayford and Hockney, A History of Pictures

Interviewing the interviewer – an Apollo podcast special with Martin Gayford

To mark the publication of his new book co-authored with David Hockney, Martin Gayford joins Thomas Marks to discuss his memories of interviewing artists

8 Nov 2016

Book competition

Your chance to win Kenneth Clark Life, Art and Civilisation by James Stourton

4 Nov 2016
Asian Art in London Art Award: The Winners

The Asian Art in London Art Award: The Winners

Apollo presents the winners of this year’s Asian Art in London Art Award

3 Nov 2016

Highlights from Artissima 2016

With over 190 galleries and a number of new initiatives, Artissima’s 23rd edition promises to be bigger and better

1 Nov 2016

Flashback looks set to scale new heights in Turin

With an array of great works on offer, Flashback returns to Turin for what should be a triumphant fourth edition

1 Nov 2016

Asian Art in London Art Award: the shortlist

Apollo presents the shortlist for the Asian Art in London Art Award 2016

31 Oct 2016

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘War Map: Pictorial Conflict Maps 1900-1950’ by Philip Curtis & Jakob Søndergård Pedersen

21 Oct 2016

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘The Paper Zoo: 500 years of Animals in Art’ by Charlotte Sleigh

7 Oct 2016

Acquisitions of the month: September 2016

September sees multiple new additions to museum collections, including the Getty’s record-breaking purchase of a Roman cabinet once owned by a Pope and a King

5 Oct 2016

Top tips for the Tate leadership

Nicholas Serota has carved out an extraordinary cultural leadership role during his 30 years at the Tate. Who can fill his shoes?

30 Sep 2016

The Limbach Commission: What is it and will reforms make a difference?

The Limbach Commission mediates Nazi-looted art restitution disputes – but is it effective?

26 Sep 2016

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Winifred Knights (1899–1947)’ by Sacha Llewellyn

23 Sep 2016
John Darlington, executive director of the World Monuments Fund Britain

What’s next for the World Monuments Fund Britain?

John Darlington discusses the organisation’s work to protect heritage around the world, and how recent restructuring will affect its future

22 Sep 2016
Foil by Benjamin Hubert, Layer x Braun, at the V&A for the London Design Festival

Highlights of the London Design Festival

This annual celebration of design gets bigger every year. Here are the key exhibits that you should not miss

21 Sep 2016
St Joseph's Seminary, Upholland, Lancashire. Photo © Proj3ct M4yh3m

The UK’s most endangered Victorian buildings

These important examples of 19th-century architecture could be lost if action isn’t taken soon

14 Sep 2016

The dandy from Van Dyck to Oscar Wilde

In advance of its major Oscar Wilde exhibition, the Petit Palais plays host to an event exploring the dandy through history

11 Sep 2016

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Rembrandt: The Painter Thinking’ by Ernst van de Wetering

9 Sep 2016
Apollo 40 Under 40 party 2016: Yuki Mohri

Celebrating three years of the Apollo 40 Under 40

Apollo celebrated the latest Apollo 40 Under 40 – and kicked off the new art season – with a party in London

8 Sep 2016
Director of Tate Sir Nicholas Serota during a press conference at the Tate Modern on June 14, 2016 in London, England. Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Sir Nicholas Serota announced as new chair of Arts Council England

The longstanding director of Tate is moving on after almost 30 years, replacing Sir Peter Bazalgette at the ACE

8 Sep 2016

How tea changed the history of the world

Nirmal Sethia talks about the Chitra Collection, one of the world’s finest private collection of historical – and explains the true significance of tea

6 Sep 2016
Samson Young

Samson Young

Hong Kong

1 Sep 2016
Maria Taniguchi

Maria Taniguchi

Manila, Philippines

1 Sep 2016