Christopher Turner is the director of the London Design Biennale and an editor at Cabinet magazine

Exterior of the Bauhaus school of applied at Dessau, designed by Walter Gropius in 1926, photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images

Rethinking the utopian vision of the Bauhaus

The Bauhaus’s radical designs were meant for the masses, but they were far from affordable

20 Jul 2018
Rasheed Araeen.

‘There is an element of optimism in my work’

Rasheed Araeen talks to Apollo about six-decades of making visually arresting and politically engaged art

27 Jan 2018
Kiran Nadar photographed in her museum

‘When I start bidding it’s very hard to stop’

Kiran Nadar on the ‘exhilaration’ of art collecting, the museum she set up in Delhi, and her commitment to showing Indian artists on the global stage

29 Mar 2017
Do Ho Suh (b. 1962), photographed at his home in New York in October 2016. Photo: Dina Kantor

For Do Ho Suh, there’s no place like home

‘I bring my home with me wherever I go’

3 Dec 2016

Peggy Guggenheim steals the show in Florence

A show about the Guggenheim’s art collections is really about the battle between Peggy and Solomon

8 Jun 2016

How do you capture a colour? Interview with Ettore Spalletti

The Italian artist discusses his distinctive palette and what he owes to Yves Klein

14 May 2016