Book competition

Your chance to win Hilma af Klint: Notes and Methods by Christine Burgin (ed.)

1 Nov 2018
Uragano (Hurricane; 1938), Arturo Martini.

Cross-cultural connections at Flashback 2018

Preview highlights from the sixth edition of the fair in Turin, which takes its premise from a sci-fi novel by Chad Oliver

1 Nov 2018
Nosferatu, Eine Symphonie Des Grauens (still; 1922), dir. F. W. Murnau.

Seven Halloween horror films for art historians

From Nosferatu to the Scream franchise – Apollo’s editors select some arty horror movies

30 Oct 2018
Stone inscription of early kufic script

Rethinking Islamic art at the British Museum

Two curators at the British Museum, Ladan Akbarnia and Venetia Porter, discuss the displays at the new Gallery of the Islamic World

29 Oct 2018
Illustration by Graham Roumieu/Dutch Uncle

Are the principles set out for identifying Nazi-looted art fit for purpose?

On the 20th anniversary of the Washington Principles on Nazi-Confiscated Art, their effectiveness is up for debate

29 Oct 2018
Jasmina Cibic

The Apollo 40 under 40 podcast: Jasmina Cibic

Artist Jasmina Cibic talks to Gabrielle Schwarz about her work exploring the role of culture in politics

25 Oct 2018

Book competition

Your chance to win Courtauld Impressionists: From Manet to Cézanne (National Gallery)

19 Oct 2018

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘The Islamic World: A History in Objects’ (British Museum/Thames & Hudson)

5 Oct 2018

Acquisitions of the month: August/September 2018

A Cubist collage and a portrait of Dylan Thomas are among the top works acquired by public collections recently

3 Oct 2018
Andria Zafirakou

The Apollo 40 under 40 podcast: Andria Zafirakou

Art and textiles teacher Andria Zafirakou talks to Gabrielle Schwarz about her plans to widen access to the arts

1 Oct 2018

The pioneering digital platform that will bring art closer to everyone

VR ALL ART offers groundbreaking opportunities to exhibit, explore and acquire art (advertising feature in association with VR ALL ART)

28 Sep 2018
Illustration by Graham Roumieu/Dutch Uncle

Will Macron’s culture pass have much impact?

In a new pilot scheme, every 18 year old in France will get €500 to spend on culture next year

24 Sep 2018

Book competition

Your chance to win Miraculous Encounters: Pontormo from Drawing to Painting (Getty Publications)

21 Sep 2018

Highlights of LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair 2018

The works not to miss at the 10th edition of LAPADA’s annual fair

14 Sep 2018

Book competition

Your chance to win Corot: Women by Mary Morton (Yale University Press/NGA Washington)

7 Sep 2018
Shoair Mavlian, Zoe Whitley and Fatoş Üstek

The Apollo 40 Under 40 Europe launch, in pictures

Celebrating the new, Europe edition of the Apollo 40 Under 40 at the Wallace Collection on Wednesday evening

6 Sep 2018
Abraham Lincoln, Daniel Chester French

The museum pieces that every school kid in the US needs to see

Five leading museum directors pick objects that should be seen by every child in America

29 Aug 2018

Does the system for protecting historic buildings in New York still work?

The controversy over the expansion of the Frick has been resolved, but questions surrounding the preservation of New York’s historic buildings remain

28 Aug 2018

Book competition

Your chance to win Designers & Jewellery 1850–1940: Jewellery and Metalwork from the Fitzwilliam Museum

24 Aug 2018
Pharmacy 2 at Newport Street Gallery, London.

Eight bars and restaurants for art lovers

Forget the food … where can you go for a good interior, an artist-run hub, or some art worth looking at on the walls?

23 Aug 2018

Book competition

Your chance to win Michaelina Wautier, 1614-1689: Glorifying a Forgotten Talent by Katlijne Van der Stighelen

10 Aug 2018

The Apollo podcast: Mark Gatiss on John Minton

Mark Gatiss tells Thomas Marks about his new film on John Minton – and his lifelong fascination with the artist

6 Aug 2018
10,000 Miles Along the Yangzi River (detail; 1699), Wang Hui

Acquisitions of the month: July 2018

A 16-metre-long Chinese scroll and some Surrealist masterpieces are among this month’s top acquisitions

1 Aug 2018

Eight artists’ gardens that are artworks in their own right

Artists have often been inspired by gardens – and some have created outdoor masterpieces of their own

30 Jul 2018