Made in China: the ‘fake’ Fragonard that fooled Dulwich

Doug Fishbone hid a cheap Chinese replica in the Dulwich Picture Gallery and hardly anybody noticed

5 May 2015

First Look: Modern art and television at the Jewish Museum

When people talk about the ‘avant-garde’, they don’t normally have television in mind

29 Apr 2015

The forward-thinking director behind Frankfurt’s museums

Max Hollein discusses the challenges and rewards of running not one, but three, institutions

17 Apr 2015

How to unlock the Victoria and Albert Museum

There are some very strange objects on show at ‘All of This Belongs to You’. Does the ambitious exhibition succeed in opening up the collection?

15 Apr 2015

Archival Impulse: an interview with Kader Attia

Hannah Gregory meets Kader Attia ahead of a major retrospective of his work in Lausanne

10 Apr 2015

The Met brings out the best surprise at Asia Week New York

The Met steals the show at Asia Week New York

25 Mar 2015

The Drawing Biennial is back

The fundraising exhibition and auction has emerged, somewhat paradoxically, as a highlight in the gallery’s programme

24 Mar 2015

Can Iraq’s Antiquities be Saved?

What is the extent of the damage in Iraq and is enough being done by the international community?

23 Mar 2015

The Corning Museum of Glass unveils new contemporary galleries

The Corning’s new wing dedicated to new developments in glass art and design opens this week

20 Mar 2015

Richard Long: The Last Amateur

Nearly 50 years ago, Richard Long transformed a simple walk into a radical act. The artist talks to Apollo about mud and mark-making, his new prints, and why he can’t stop walking

18 Mar 2015

Remaking Van Gogh’s Sunflowers: the Relievo Collection

It’s now possible to buy exact replications of Van Gogh paintings from the Van Gogh Museum. How are they produced, and why?

13 Mar 2015

Versions of Vincent

Axel Rüger talks to Apollo about the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, an enterprising institution that combines popular appeal with groundbreaking research

11 Mar 2015

Dealer’s Choice: Mallett

Giles Hutchinson Smith on Mallett’s long history, moving to Ely House, and his star exhibits at TEFAF

Dealer’s Choice: Beck & Eggeling

Michael Beck of Beck & Eggeling discusses the gallery, collecting, and the state of the art market

‘View’ Part Two: what to expect from this year’s art history festival

We spoke to Adélia Sabatini and Joséphine Seblon about the programme

25 Feb 2015

Seeing Like A Camera: Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto talks to Thessaly La Force about how his art collection influences his work

13 Feb 2015

Work in Focus: ‘Matèria rosada’ by Antoni Tàpies

PAMM curator Tobias Ostrander chooses one key painting from the new Tàpies retrospective in Miami

12 Feb 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

Artes Mundi: the director’s tour

As we wait to hear the winner of this year’s prize, director Karen MacKinnon discusses the shortlisted works and what they mean to her

20 Jan 2015

In the Frame: Frederick Wiseman

Frederick Wiseman talks to Fatema Ahmed about his new film, National Gallery

14 Jan 2015

Dealer’s Choice: Coll and Cortés

Jorge Coll and Nicolás Cortés celebrate 10 years of Coll & Cortés

7 Jan 2015

Koen Vanmechelen on the art of cross-breeding chickens

The Crypt Gallery in St Pancras Church is overrun with cosmopolitan chickens. Is it art?

14 Nov 2014

Dealer’s Choice: Georges de Jonckheere

De Jonckheere on the art market, and mixing Old Masters with modern art

12 Nov 2014