Eugene Thaw

Eugene Thaw (1927–2018)

Eugene Thaw, the collector of drawings and celebrated art dealer, has died at the age of 90

9 Jan 2018
Artist Gillian Wearing with a model of her statue of Millicent Fawcett. Photograph: Caroline Teo/GLA/PA

The major art anniversaries to look out for in 2018

Expect celebrations of Cubism, universal suffrage, architects and art collectors in the coming year

5 Jan 2018
Illustration by Graham Roumieu/Dutch Uncle

Do we still need UNESCO?

The US is withdrawing from UNESCO (again) at the end of 2018. Has this international body outlived its usefulness?

2 Jan 2018
The Hayward Gallery, London, 2017, photo: Morley von Sternberg

‘The most substantial Kunsthalle in London’

Ralph Rugoff, the director of the Hayward Gallery, explains what the revamped brutalist building has to offer artists and audiences

2 Jan 2018

The Apollo podcast: Ralph Taylor

Thomas Marks talks to the head of post-war and contemporary art at Bonhams about how the market is shaping up for 2018

21 Dec 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Leonard Rosoman’ by Tanya Harrod (Royal Academy of Arts)

21 Dec 2017
Jonathan Yeo

The Apollo podcast: Jonathan Yeo

Thomas Marks talks to Jonathan Yeo about the artist’s first sculpture – created using Virtual Reality

17 Dec 2017
Robin Hood Gardens, completed in 1972, designed by Alison and Peter Smithson. Courtesy of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Acquisitions of the month: November 2017

This month’s acquisitions include a hoard of Soviet nonconformist art, a significant example of brutalist architecture, and a Danish masterpiece

8 Dec 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Käthe Kollwitz in Dresden’ (Paul Holberton; £30)

8 Dec 2017

‘Sculpture is part of the public realm’

Mark Handforth discusses his commission for the ICA Miami’s new home – and the city’s thriving art scene

5 Dec 2017
Graham Roumieu/Dutch Uncle

Should we be worried about the future of small galleries?

Following a flurry of closures, is the future bleak for small galleries – or might new initiatives serve to rejuvenate them

27 Nov 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘On Weaving’ by Anni Albers (Princeton University Press)

24 Nov 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Women Artists in Paris, 1850–1900’ (Yale University Press)

10 Nov 2017
Imperial dragon and lotus decorated bowl stand, China, Yongle period (1403–24).

The Asian Art in London Art Awards 2017: The Winners

Apollo presents the winners of this year’s Asian Art in London Art Awards

9 Nov 2017
The Galloway Hoard

Acquisitions of the month: October 2017

A hoard of Viking-era treasures has gone to the National Museums Scotland, while the Towner Art Gallery has secured an impressive contemporary installation

6 Nov 2017
Lampi (Flashes) (detail; 1909–10), Luigi Russolo. Galleria dello Scudo at Flashback

Flashback to the future

For its fifth edition, Turin’s Flashback art fair has taken a sci-fi turn

31 Oct 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Joseph Banks’ Florilegium: Botanical Treasures from Cook’s First Voyage’

27 Oct 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Cats in Art’ by Desmond Morris (Reaktion Books)

13 Oct 2017
Green Eye of the Pyramid (1993–97), Stanislav Libenský and Jaroslava Brychtová. Gift of Lisa Shaffer Anderson and Dudley Buist Anderson

Acquisitions of the month: September 2017

The Chrysler Museum celebrated its biggest gift in decades last month, while the Met acquired an extremely unusual coffin

5 Oct 2017
Rob and Nick Carter with Thomas Marks

The Apollo podcast: Rob and Nick Carter

Thomas Marks talks to artists Rob and Nick Carter about their Yoga Photograms series

29 Sep 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Charles Tunnicliffe, Prints: A Catalogue Raisonné’ by Robert Meyrick and Harry Heuser (Royal Academy of Arts)

29 Sep 2017

Is the system for protecting historic buildings working?

The procedures for protecting England’s historic buildings are now 70 years old. Is the system still fit for purpose?

25 Sep 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Barbara Hepworth: The Sculptor in the Studio’ by Sophie Bowness (Tate Publishing)

15 Sep 2017

The Apollo 40 Under 40 Global launch, in pictures

Celebrating the new, global edition of the Apollo 40 Under 40 at the Garden Museum on Thursday evening

8 Sep 2017