In the studio with… Shilpa Gupta
The artist’s studio in Mumbai is animated by the rumbling of the railway – and home to a collection of cough-syrup bottles
My Cultural City – the magic of Bern and Thun, with Nina Zimmer
The director of the Kunstmuseum Bern and the Zentrum Paul Klee picks out her highlights in two of Switzerland’s most charming cities
In the studio with… Lynn Hershman Leeson
The pioneering new media artist has seven computers in her studio – and their hum provides a constant soundtrack to her work
In the studio with… Elmgreen & Dragset
The artists sometimes still sleep in their studio in Berlin – but not with each other, any more
‘You get to give objects a new life’ – an interview with Aaron Kudi
The sculptor talks to Apollo about the role of chance, rap music, and investigating spirituality
The Asian Art in London Art Awards 2021: the winners
Apollo presents the winners of the Asian Art in London Art Awards 2021
In the studio with… Lucy McKenzie
The artist with a training in trompe l’oeil painting keeps ring binders with recipes for gilding and how to create a convincing sky
Should museums be dabbling in NFTs?
Bernadine Bröcker Wieder and Douglas McCarthy consider what museums are really selling when they mint NFTs – and what serious collectors want
In the studio with… Helen Cammock
The artist works between studios in Brighton and London – where her best visitor is her Bedlington-whippet puppy
In the studio with… Tschabalala Self
The artist has a strict curfew when it comes to working late in her studio in New Haven – her absolute cut-off is 7pm
My cultural city – the contemporary buzz of Geneva, with Aviel Cahn
The general director of the Grand Théâtre de Genève picks out his highlights from a city that increasingly embraces contemporary culture
Richard Serra Drawings – an online discussion
To coincide with ‘Richard Serra Drawings’ (until 17 December) at Ordovas in London, Apollo and Ordovas presented a live-streamed discussion on Tuesday 12 October. Watch it here.
In the studio with… Michael Craig-Martin
The conceptual artist is careful about who he invites to the studio, but counts George Michael as one of his most interesting visitors
Is this a golden age for art galleries?
Georgina Adam and Andrew Russeth wonder if changing circumstances might not suit bricks-and-mortar galleries down to the ground
In the studio with… Elizabeth Neel
The painter can’t listen to music when she works because she can’t get the songs out of her head – so it’s baseball on the radio instead
Introducing the Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech
This year’s list of the most talented young people working with tech in the art world
In the studio with… Sarah Staton
With prehistoric carvings and stills from ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ on the walls, the artist’s studio is a mix of the past and yesterday’s vision of the future
In the studio with… Gilbert & George
The duo’s east London studio is, they say, the world’s cleanest, so that they can be as dirty as they want in their art
Does the art world have a sense of humour?
Susan Moore and Niru Ratman wonder if anyone is still enjoying themselves
In the studio with… Kaye Donachie
The painter prefers her studio to be tidy, but it doesn’t stay that way for long – and she’s completely oblivious to the smell of turpentine and oil paint
In the studio with… Liza Lou
These days the California-based artist works nomadically in the Mojave Desert – which means playing host to the odd mountain lion
The week in art news – Chuck Close (1940–2021)
Chuck Close has died at the age of 81. The photorealist painter first came to prominence in the late 1960s…
In the studio with… Alberta Whittle
The Glasgow-based artist misses bumping into her studio neighbours in the corridors – but has a bag of volcanic ash to keep her company these days
Is the M+ Museum still a good idea?
In Hong Kong’s increasingly repressive political climate, can the M+ Museum sustain the cultural optimism it once promised?