The artist talks to Gabrielle Schwarz about how an upbringing in Egypt has shaped his work exploring gender, queer desire, politics and power
What effect do contemporary artists have on the environment – and should this affect what we think about their work?
A panel discussion with Ben Tufnell (director, Parafin Gallery), Rachel Pimm (artist), and Rosemary Shirley (academic). Chaired by Gabrielle Schwarz
A late allegory by Pierre-Paul Prud’hon and an early English piece of porcelain are among this month’s highlights
It’s been a year since the publication of a groundbreaking report calling for the restitution of African cultural heritage in French museums. How has it been received?
From Renaissance painting to Romantic poetry – expect celebrations of Raphael, Piranesi, Wordsworth and more
Artists including Lubaina Himid, Hew Locke and Ibrahim Mahama pick out their favourite shows and events of the past year
Jayne Wrightsman’s final gift to the Met and a silver-gilt toilet service at the Louvre are among this month’s highlights
Apollo’s editors pick out some arty stocking fillers, from a glow-in-the-dark Leonardo figurine to Mondrian-inspired socks
The writer and researcher has written a comprehensive new history of modern architecture in Cairo
Are the largely London-based institutions funded by central government doing enough to share their collections and expertise with the rest of the country?
In advance of their sale later this month, two representatives from Scandinavia’s leading auction house discuss the timeless qualities of the modern Danish master
Apollo presents the winners of the Asian Art in London Art Awards 2019
Collections of hand-drawn postcards, quilts, and 18th-century French bindings are among this month’s highlights
Highlights of the seventh edition of the fair range from seasonal allegories by Giorgio Vasari to Arte Povera stones
Richard Sandell and Chris Ingram discuss why museums still have a long way to go before they can claim to offer a fully accessible experience
The Beirut-based artist talks to Gabrielle Schwarz about his fascination with the lives of objects
This month’s highlights include a rock-crystal Venetian coffer and a once-lost watercolour by Rossetti
The cinematographer discusses his lighting design for the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s upcoming Rembrandt exhibition
This month’s highlights include paintings of Henry VIII’s favourite wife and Dorothea Tanning’s much-loved dog
Celebrating the new, Middle East edition of the Apollo 40 Under 40 at the Serpentine Pavilion
The glamour of the art world lends itself perfectly to that most glamourising of movie genres – the heist film
As wealthy donors and corporate sponsors come under increased scrutiny, Maxwell L. Anderson and David Fleming address the future of museum funding