Imelda Barnard is commissioning editor at Apollo

How Georgia O’Keeffe transformed the American landscape

Georgia O’Keeffe’s commitment to what she called ‘the Great American Thing’ inspired her engagement with place

8 Oct 2016

Anthea Hamilton’s journey through Kettle’s Yard

The Turner-prize nominated artist talks to Apollo about Surrealism, what she learned from Jim Ede, and being part of a legacy

7 Oct 2016
A la plage (1974), Malick Sidibé

Around the galleries: art events across the globe this October

Frieze week tips; the best of FIAC in Paris; HIGHLIGHTS in Munich; and San Francisco’s finest art and antiques

4 Oct 2016
Untitled (2011–12), Marisa Merz

The quiet importance of Marisa Merz

Plus: Abstract expressionism outside the RA; Njideka Akunyili Crosby at Victoria Miro; Helen Marten’s rise to stardom; and Philippe Parreno in the Turbine Hall

24 Sep 2016
Damascene plate signed Komai, Japan, Meiji period (1868–1912)

September art fair highlights

London’s LAPADA has a tempting range of offerings, while Fine Art Asia continues to thrive with impressive Chinese and Tibetan objects

7 Sep 2016
Untitled (Boy asleep)

Summer art fair highlights

From Italian art in Monaco to unusual tribal objects in London, this summer’s art fairs have rich offerings

18 Jul 2016
Pose Work for Plinths 3 (detail; 1971), Bruce McClean.

Conceptual art’s all talk – and that’s a problem for curators

Tate’s ‘Conceptual art in Britain’ show is remarkably dense and text heavy, but then how could it be anything else?

14 Jul 2016
A Still Life of a laid Table, with Plates of Meat and Fish... (c. 1615), Jacob van Hulsdonck. Johnny Van Haeften at London Art Week

What not to miss during London’s summer art season

Masterpiece London, Art Antiques London, London Art Week, and the Art & Antiques Fair, Olympia all return to the capital this year

3 Jun 2016

‘800 years of oppression!’ Ireland’s contemporary art biennial

The latest edition of EVA International tackles issues of postcolonialism at home and abroad

31 May 2016

Cornelia Parker on why she relishes curating

The artist talks to Apollo about her obsession with found objects and making art out of gin

18 May 2016

Around the galleries: what to watch out for this month

Collaboration is the order of the day in Brussels and Paris, where several art fairs are joining forces. Meanwhile, London gears up for Art16

16 May 2016

The Singapore museum redrawing the map of Southeast Asian art

The National Gallery Singapore opened to justified acclaim last year. But will its mission be hampered by the country’s constraints on free expression?

19 Mar 2016

What to see in Maastricht and beyond

The best events and exhibitions staged to coincide with the fair

10 Mar 2016
Untitled (c. 1995–2000), Etel Adnan.

12 Days: Highlights of 2016

Imelda Barnard selects some post-war and contemporary art highlights, from Etel Adnan at the Serpentine, to Marcel Broodthaers at MoMA, and Anri Sala at the New Museum

30 Dec 2015

Ugo Rondinone’s love letter to John Giorno

The Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone talks to Imelda Barnard about creating an exhibition dedicated to John Giorno, the American avant-garde poet

2 Nov 2015

Frieze Week: 8 Shows Not to Miss

The events and shows not to miss in London during Frieze Week

30 Sep 2015

A case of mistaken identity at the Whitechapel Gallery

Corin Sworn has filled the space with costumes and props inspired by the Italian Commedia dell’Arte

8 Jun 2015

Beyond TEFAF

A look at the satellite events staged in and around Maastricht

6 Mar 2015

The View from Earth: John Gerrard at Thomas Dane

As a study in hyperreality, John Gerrard’s digital reconstruction of a Google data farm is utterly unnerving

5 Mar 2015

Rule Breaker: Lynda Benglis

As a survey of Lynda Benglis’s work opens at the Hepworth Wakefield, the artist talks to Imelda Barnard about her 40-year career

6 Feb 2015

12 Days: Highlights of 2015

It looks like 2015 will be Manchester’s year

1 Jan 2015

Anri Sala wins the Vincent Award 2014

The artist was announced the winner at a ceremony at the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague

24 Nov 2014

Review: ‘Beatrice Gibson, F For Fibonacci’ at Laura Bartlett Gallery

Gibson’s disorderly video picks up and plays with William Gaddis’s biting satire of a book, ‘JR’

21 Nov 2014

Review: ‘Pierre Huyghe: In. Border. Deep’ at Hauser & Wirth, London

Huyghe’s notoriously uncategorisable works are both strange and beautiful

30 Oct 2014