The city of Montpellier’s cultural plans include a new contemporary art museum headed up by Nicolas Bourriaud
Howard Hodgkin’s great artistic struggle – and achievement – was to find a way of visualising memories
Kiran Nadar on the ‘exhilaration’ of art collecting, the museum she set up in Delhi, and her commitment to showing Indian artists on the global stage
Swiss artist Meret Oppenheim’s objects – she referred to them as ‘things’ – are still deeply unsettling, drawing you into their worlds and their logic
What it was like to meet the Surrealist artist in Mexico
The National Museum of Bosnia-Herzegovina is a powerful symbol of the tensions that persist in Bosnia more than 20 years after the end of the war
The Gemeentemuseum has the largest collection of Mondrian’s works in the world – no wonder that it’s at the centre of the centenary celebrations of De Stijl this year
Eight years on from the earthquake that claimed 309 lives, reconstruction work is still underway, hampered by bureaucracy and corruption
The French sculptor attracted commissions and controversy in equal measure, and his reputation is constantly being reassessed
The museum’s new medieval and Renaissance galleries put its outstanding collections in the spotlight and invites fresh and unexpected connections
Charles Percier may not be a household name, but his Empire style sums up the Napoleonic era – and has had imitators ever since
Watch a TEFAF Talk about the relationship between museums and the art trade
How Dutch meal still life paintings captured the great intellectual preoccupations of the 17th century
The celebrated painter Howard Hodgkin has died in London aged 84
If you’re visiting the fair, why not expand your horizons and head to these nearby art events, too?
Women artists have long been underrepresented on the world stage. On International Women’s Day, we celebrate some notable recent attempts at change
Once described as the ‘conscience of the art world’, Metzger believed in the responsibility of artists to inspire revolutionary social change
The finest new additions to public art collections, from a late medieval altarpiece panel, to 62 works of art by contemporary African American artists
This month’s exhibition highlights include a major Rodin centenary exhibition and the National Gallery’s pairing of Michelangelo and Sebastiano del Piombo
Tancred Borenius (1885–1948), one of Apollo’s earliest contributors, is remembered for his significant contribution to art history and criticism
The Plaza de Bolívar in Bogotá is the beating heart of Colombia, a place where protesters and artists (including Doris Salcedo) routinely gather
The Czartoryski family owned one of the greatest art collections in Poland. Why have they sold it to the Polish state?
What does the style and subjects of the artist known as the ‘Berlin Painter’ tell us about vase-painting in 5th-century Athens?
The artistic achievements of the Mamluks rival those of the Renaissance, argued Mahonri Sharp Young in a 1981 issue of Apollo