In Apollo’s September Diary, Christopher Rowell celebrates 50 years of the Furniture History Society
Brussels Art Square is bolstered by a new initiative to encourage international visitors
The Warburg Institute in London was celebrated in the October 1970 issue of Apollo. But as custodianship of the organisation comes under scrutiny, its future hangs in the balance
From the outside, the UK’s regional museums may look to be in rude health. But how have recent funding cuts affected what’s happening behind the scenes?
The contemporary art trade may seem like a funny old business but historically it has played an integral role in the development of Western art
After its long-awaited redevelopment, the Clark has unveiled an impressive new building designed by Tadao Ando alongside refurbished galleries by Annabelle Selldorf
Extract for our July/August Diary by Ruskin expert Robert Hewison
Apollo’s July/August Forum
Extract from our June Diary by David Saunders, Keeper of Conservation and Scientific Research at the British Museum
How many people, in the art world and beyond, are able to distinguish Gilbert Proesch from George Passmore?
It’s vital that young scholars and writers have institutional support. Apollo is pleased to announce a new writing prize with Lund Humphries
Apollo talks to Nazy Vassegh and Philip Hewat-Jaboor, CEO and chairman of Masterpiece London, ahead of the 5th edition of the fair
Alexander Pope seems to live on in Roubiliac’s magnificent portrait bust, as if the man and his mind somehow inhabited the marble
Has the time come for a revival of connoisseurship?
Extract from our May Diary featuring Karen Smith on contemporary Chinese art
A young Jackson Pollock, inspired by Michelangelo, made the copper tondo on Apollo’s May issue cover
Extract from our April Diary featuring the director of Birmingham’s Ikon gallery, Jonathan Watkins, on the museum’s upcoming 50th anniversary
‘Building the Picture’ is accompanied by the National Gallery’s first fully digital catalogue
Ben Luke on the phenomenon of artist as print collector – what makes the medium so seductive?
Apollo’s April Forum asks whether art market hype affects emerging artists
How did our furry friends become the ubiquitous symbols of Easter?
The new culture secretary, Sajid Javid, must be as visible as possible at arts venues in the coming months
Extracts from Emma Crichton-Miller’s article on Matisse and his cut-outs, in Apollo’s April issue
In his April Editor’s Letter, Thomas Marks asks ‘Was there ever a golden age for Italian Museums?’