Mark Hallett on his long-term relationship with Joshua Reynolds
The Detroit Institute of Arts has known hard times in recent years. As he prepares to retire, director Graham W.J. Beal reflects on the museum’s recent struggles and successes
Tom Jeffreys on the changing nature of Finland’s art scene
The proposed Garden Bridge over the Thames is impractical as a park and misguided as a river crossing
Has London ever had such a thirst for Victorian art? A feature from the February issue of Apollo
Hiroshi Sugimoto talks to Thessaly La Force about how his art collection influences his work
Maria Balshaw on the gallery’s grand reopening in Manchester
Are art schools in danger of turning into finishing schools for those who can afford them, or can they survive as places where students can experiment?
With so many archaeological and cultural sites at risk in war zones around the world, is enough being done to protect them?
Though it may not be fashionable to say so, a feeling for mystery should be integral to how we look at art
The advent of modern aviation had a decisive influence on the art of British modernists
In the January issue of Apollo, we asked a range of senior figures for their perspectives on copyright now
Frederick Wiseman talks to Fatema Ahmed about his new film, National Gallery
An exhibition of drawings by Renaissance sculptors provides valuable insights into both mediums
The Fondation Louis Vuitton is the new home for the personal and corporate art collections of Bernard Arnault
An exhibition at Kettle’s Yard provides an opportunity to revisit the poet and sculptor’s career, and his letters
Designed by Rubens at the height of his career, these exuberant tapestries are remarkably painterly
Has the Heritage Lottery Fund been a golden ticket for British heritage over the last two decades, or has it invested unwisely?
The Apollo Awards celebrate the year’s outstanding achievements in the art world