Emma Crichton-Miller is a freelance journalist and an Apollo columnist

Fitzwilliam Museum shows off its wonderful watercolours

This show proves that the medium is far more versatile than people think

10 Jul 2015

Auckland Castle’s plan to revive religious art

Having Bill Viola open proceedings this summer is a real coup

Highlights of Masterpiece London

Where to find the most exceptional works at this year’s fair

22 Jun 2015

Gleeful, savage and subversive: don’t miss Goya’s drawings at the Courtauld

Goya let his imagination run riot in his sketchbooks

A strong year for Art Basel in Hong Kong

ABHK is the youngest of Art Basel’s progeny, but it is no less breezily confident for that

31 Mar 2015

Travelling Treasures: The Frick Collection at the Mauritshuis

Masterpieces from New York’s Frick Collection travel to The Hague

12 Feb 2015

Review: ‘Conscience and Conflict’ at Pallant House Gallery

The Spanish Civil War had a huge impact on the life and work of many British artists

22 Jan 2015

A fine vintage: Brafa preview

Brafa may have been running for 60 years, but with more international dealers and an ambitious events programme, it continues to raise its game

19 Jan 2015

12 Days: Highlights of 2015

2015 is the year to see some exceptional Old Master drawings in the UK

‘Wojciech Fangor. Colour-Light-Space’ curated by de Pury de Pury

One of Poland’s most highly regarded living artists presents mesmerising large canvases of shimmering colour

17 Dec 2014

Artes Mundi: international art in Cardiff

One participating artist will win the Artes Mundi Prize, but this year the focus is on the exhibition as a whole

13 Nov 2014

Beyond Limits: Sotheby’s sculpture park at Chatsworth

It is not just collectors who enjoy the encounter with sculpture in the landscape. The public seems just as keen

17 Oct 2014

Outside the tents: Frieze Sculpture Park

One source of respite from the surrounding art fair frenzy is the Frieze Sculpture Park

17 Oct 2014

Collectors’ Focus: September Apollo

Our September Collectors’ Focus looks at the market for gothic ivories

23 Sep 2014

Review: Manifesta 10 in St Petersburg

With global politics so dominant in the conversation surrounding Manifesta, there was a danger the art might become an irrelevant sideshow. Does it hold its own?

24 Jul 2014

Review: Franz West: Where is my Eight?

Curator Eva Badura-Triska has managed to preserve the spirit of freedom in the late artist’s work

Opening up London’s galleries: London Art Week

London Art Week coaxes visitors to the many specialist art dealerships in London’s gallery district

Review: The Fifth Prix Pictet

The Prix Pictet is a prize for art with an argument, and this year’s shortlist is as strong as ever

27 May 2014

Review: Lucio Fontana at the Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris

The works in this exhibition are a welcome antidote to the punctured Fontanas flooding the market

12 May 2014

Review: Ursula von Rydingsvard at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The artist’s powerful and unsettling sculptures deserve to be better known in the UK

18 Apr 2014

Matisse: April Apollo

Extracts from Emma Crichton-Miller’s article on Matisse and his cut-outs, in Apollo’s April issue

14 Apr 2014

Salon du Dessin: March Apollo

In Apollo’s March issue we previewed Salon du Dessin, which opens tomorrow at the Palais de la Bourse, Paris

25 Mar 2014

Joana Vasconcelos in Manchester

The artist has been given the run of the place, making and placing 18 works, as she put it to me, ‘wherever I could connect with something.’

25 Feb 2014

12 Days

Hannah Höch, the German Renaissance, and Joana Vasconcelos – three very different, but equally enticing, exhibitions coming up in 2014

30 Dec 2013