Your chance to win ‘Woven Gold: Tapestries of Louis XIV’, by Charissa Bremer-David
With several art fairs staged every week, are such events damaging to the more traditional art trade, or do they allow greater public engagement with art?
Archaeologist Amir Gorzalczany from the Israel Antiquities Authority tells Apollo about an exciting new discovery
Several museums have plugged gaps in their collections this month, while others have received some extraordinarily generous gifts
Join Apollo’s editor Thomas Marks for a discussion about a hugely important, but frequently overlooked, part of art history
Your chance to win ‘The Vanishing Man: In Pursuit of Velázquez’, by Laura Cumming
Join us this Friday for a one-off event
‘I’ve always been interested in artists who stretch the formal limits of technology’
Your chance to win ‘Julia Margaret Cameron: Photographs to electrify you with delight and startle the world’, published to accompany the current exhibition at the V&A
Museums and heritage sites across the UK are fighting to minimise flood damage this winter. But what happens after disaster strikes?
Several museums have received wonderful gifts this Christmas…
Remembering the great pioneer of American abstraction, who has died at the age of 92
Does draft cultural property legislation in Germany threaten to damage German cultural life, or is it necessary for the safeguarding of the country’s heritage?
Your chance to win ‘Space, Hope and Brutalism: English Architecture, 1945–1975’, by Elain Harwood
The most interesting and important recent additions to museum collections
Your chance to win Apollo’s Book of the Year – ‘Carrying off the Palaces: John Ruskin’s Lost Daguerreotypes’, by Ken Jacobson and Jenny Jacobson
Lesley Miller, the lead curator of the museum’s new ‘Europe 1600–1815 Galleries’ explains the hard decisions involved in making displays
Calls for cultural and academic boycotts of Israel continue to hit the headlines. Should we regard such politically charged stances as divisive or necessary for change?
Arts sector funding fared surprisingly well in the latest spending review, but questions remain, not least over the fate of municipal museums
Your chance to win ‘Gothic for the Steam Age: An Illustrated Biography of George Gilbert Scott’, by Gavin Stamp
The awards were presented yesterday evening at a Gala Party marking the start of the citywide art event