Gabrielle Schwarz is web editor at Apollo

Tropicália (1966–67), Hélio Oiticica: installation view at the Whitney Museum of Art, New York, 2017. Collection of César and Claudio Oiticica. Photo: Matt Casarella

Hélio Oiticica’s playful approach to protest

Don’t miss this celebration of the Brazilian artist’s brief but dazzling career

30 Aug 2017
Speak to the Earth and It Will Tell You, (2000–17), Jeremy Dellar, Photo: Henning Rogge; © Skulptur Projekte Münster

Münster turns its public spaces over to sculpture

This year’s Skulptur Projekte Münster shows that digital technology has transformed the public realm – but some artists are resisting

7 Aug 2017
Emma Hart, 'Mamma Mia', installation view, Whitechapel Gallery

Out of the kitchen and into the gallery

Emma Hart’s installation at the Whitechapel proclaims a feminine aesthetic that reaches far beyond the domestic

21 Jul 2017
Main staircases in the 19th-century Palais of the Musée d'arts de Nantes, photo: © Hufton + Crow

A new look for a 19th-century museum in Nantes

The Musée d’arts de Nantes reveals its new extension and rehangs its collection, making seamless connections between past and present

26 Jun 2017

An ambitious plan to put Montpellier on the map

The city of Montpellier’s cultural plans include a new contemporary art museum headed up by Nicolas Bourriaud

29 Mar 2017
Wolfgang Tillmans, photographed at Tate Modern in February 2017

‘Equality is the starting point for my life and art’

An interview with Wolfgang Tillmans

8 Mar 2017

Bruce McLean: the artist who doesn’t really believe in making art

Bruce McLean’s new paintings may seem like a departure from his earlier conceptual pieces – but not for the artist

19 Dec 2016

Philippe Parreno’s perfect response to the Turbine Hall

The French artist’s Turbine Hall commission continues his interest in the exhibition as a living organism

18 Nov 2016

The global ambitions of Artes Mundi

Six shortlisted artists battle it out for this year’s prize – one of the nominees, Bedwyr Williams, tells Apollo about his futuristic project

27 Oct 2016
‘Louise Bourgeois. Turning Inwards’, Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2016. Louise Bourgeois © The Easton Foundation/VAGA, New York/DACS, London 2016.

Why are Louise Bourgeois’s webs and spiders so captivating?

The etchings and sculptures on show at Hauser & Wirth Somerset are at their most powerful when we stop trying to understand them

13 Oct 2016