It’s been 100 years since the deaths of Rodin and Degas; 500 years since Martin Luther’s 95 Theses; and 2,000 years since the death of Ovid…
The idea to bring the Pompidou to Brussels has been met with scepticism: will it just be a tourist attraction or will it enhance the city’s cultural scene?
Your chance to win ‘Meetings with Remarkable Manuscripts’ by Christopher de Hamel, published by Allen Lane (£30)
The finest new additions to public art collections, from a large group of Cuban art in Miami, to G. F. Watts’ celebrated portrait of Violet Lindsay
Your chance to win Apollo’s Book of the Year 2016, ‘The Print Before Photography: An introduction to European printmaking 1550–1820’ by Antony Griffiths
The first prosecution for destroying cultural heritage at the ICC has led some critics to ask if war crimes against people should come first
Cy Twombly’s longstanding collaborator Nicola Del Roscio discusses the artist’s love of French culture and the work of the Cy Twombly Foundation
Your chance to win ‘Dutch and Flemish Paintings: Dulwich Picture Gallery’ by Ellinoor Bergvelt and Michiel Jonker
MoMA and the Musée d’Orsay are the big winners: they both received landmark gifts from prominent collectors that will transform their holdings
To mark the publication of his new book co-authored with David Hockney, Martin Gayford joins Thomas Marks to discuss his memories of interviewing artists
Your chance to win Kenneth Clark Life, Art and Civilisation by James Stourton
Apollo presents the winners of this year’s Asian Art in London Art Award
With over 190 galleries and a number of new initiatives, Artissima’s 23rd edition promises to be bigger and better
With an array of great works on offer, Flashback returns to Turin for what should be a triumphant fourth edition
Apollo presents the shortlist for the Asian Art in London Art Award 2016
Your chance to win ‘War Map: Pictorial Conflict Maps 1900-1950’ by Philip Curtis & Jakob Søndergård Pedersen
Your chance to win ‘The Paper Zoo: 500 years of Animals in Art’ by Charlotte Sleigh
September sees multiple new additions to museum collections, including the Getty’s record-breaking purchase of a Roman cabinet once owned by a Pope and a King
Nicholas Serota has carved out an extraordinary cultural leadership role during his 30 years at the Tate. Who can fill his shoes?
The Limbach Commission mediates Nazi-looted art restitution disputes – but is it effective?
John Darlington discusses the organisation’s work to protect heritage around the world, and how recent restructuring will affect its future
This annual celebration of design gets bigger every year. Here are the key exhibits that you should not miss