Art Outlook: 6 February

Fakes, lawsuits and feminism… Stories from the art world that have caught our eye this week

6 Feb 2014

What’s Next on the Fourth Plinth?

Which sculpture would you like to see on Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth when the Blue Cock flies the coop?

5 Feb 2014

Diary: February Apollo

Extract from our February Diary featuring Diana Campbell Betancourt on the Dhaka Art Summit (7–9 February)

4 Feb 2014

Highlights: Brancusi, Rosso, Man Ray

A slideshow of fascinating works by Brancusi, Rosso and Man Ray at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

4 Feb 2014
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TEFAF Talks

Apollo’s editor Thomas Marks will chair two talks on art and collecting at the RA, on 6 and 13 February

3 Feb 2014

A Royal Passion: Queen Victoria and Photography

A selection of photographs from the Getty Center’s latest exhibition

3 Feb 2014

Forum: February Apollo

Our February Forum asks ‘Have traditional museum and exhibition catalogues had their day?’

2 Feb 2014

Book Competition

Answer a single question for the chance to win ‘Islamic and Oriental Arms and Armour: A Lifetime’s Passion’ by Robert Hales

31 Jan 2014

Pony Club: Apollo’s pick of horses in art

Happy Chinese New Year

31 Jan 2014

Art Outlook: 30 January

Stories from the art world that have caught our eye this week

30 Jan 2014

Climb Away

Donald Judd sculptures are off limits, but here are some exhibits that people have been allowed to climb on…

29 Jan 2014

Climbing Frames at the Tate

Twitter is up in arms about the parents who allowed their child to climb on a Donald Judd artwork at the Tate Modern. Where were the guards?

29 Jan 2014

Popularity Contest: Boston Loves Impressionism

The votes are in: these are the 10 most popular Impressionist pieces at the MFA Boston. Pick a favourite…

28 Jan 2014

Curiosity Shots

Curiouser and curiouser… unusual items from the University of Cambridge Museums

27 Jan 2014
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The Week’s Muse

A selection of this week’s musings. January always feels rather sleepy, but there’s a sense this week that 2014 is finally under way…

26 Jan 2014

Dealer’s Choice: Sandra Hindman

Sandra Hindman, the owner of Les Enluminures, speaks to Apollo about medieval manuscripts and her own (modern) collection

22 Jan 2014

Book Competition

‘A pleasure to view as well as read’, this week’s competition prize is ‘The King’s Pictures’ by Francis Haskell

17 Jan 2014

Dealer’s Choice: Peter Osborne

Peter Osborne of Osborne Samuel Gallery speaks to Apollo before the opening of the London Art Fair

13 Jan 2014

Book Competition

Apollo’s latest book competition offers you the chance to win ‘Turner & the Sea’ by Christine Riding and Richard Johns

3 Jan 2014

Apollo Advent Calendar

Gift of the year… Leonard A. Lauder’s promised gift of 78 Cubist artworks to the Metropolitan Museum of Art is a monumental offering

24 Dec 2013

Apollo Advent Calendar: Day 24

Robert Rauschenberg’s ‘Canyon’ joins five of his other combines at MoMA, while the Art Gallery of New South Wales acquires an Ed Ruscha

24 Dec 2013

Apollo Advent Calendar: Day 23

Theo Wormland’s collection of Surrealist art has been on loan to the Pinakothek der Moderne for 30 years. In 2013 it was bequeathed to the museum

23 Dec 2013

Apollo Advent Calendar: Day 22

Acquired at auction, this unusually large painting by Hopper joins a group of the artist’s works on paper already in the Crystal Bridges Museum of Art

22 Dec 2013

Apollo Advent Calendar: Day 21

Paul Jacoulet is among the few Western artists to master the Japanese art of ukiyo-e. A collection of his work goes to the Musée du Quai Branly

21 Dec 2013