Interviews

How Edmund de Waal came to love the colour white

The artist is to curate a show about the colour at the Royal Academy

12 Aug 2015

An Art History Lesson from Bridget Riley at the De La Warr Pavilion

‘I was looking at Cézanne along Matisse’s lines’

12 Aug 2015

A Necessary Realism: Interview with Luc Tuymans

‘When I paint I don’t want to think any more.’

8 Aug 2015

Jonathan Ruffer’s grand plans for Auckland Castle

He’s saved the castle’s Zurbarán paintings; now he wants to transform the town into a hub for Spanish art

1 Aug 2015

Black & White: Interview with William Kentridge

For the South African artist William Kentridge, everything begins with printmaking

28 Jul 2015

England’s history in photographs: highlights from ‘Picturing England’

Fascinating photographs from an extraordinary collection

8 Jul 2015

Pablo Bronstein on Chatsworth, the Grand Tour and his love of delft

‘There’s an element of me that’s contrarian’

3 Jul 2015

My Masterpiece Selection: Amanda Levete

From Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim to ceramics at the V&A: the architect selects her favourite masterpieces

28 Jun 2015

My Masterpiece Selection: Anita Zabludowicz

‘My ultimate masterpiece is the home that I have lived in for 15 years’

27 Jun 2015

Copying the classical: Interview with Salvatore Settis

Classical art is a hidden category of our contemporary culture

27 Jun 2015

Classical and contemporary connections: Interview with Germano Celant

The Prada Foundation has no intention of being an ‘ego-museum’

27 Jun 2015

My Masterpiece Selection: Idris Khan

The artist on his appreciation of Cy Twombly, the Rothko Room, and a particularly delicious dal

26 Jun 2015

Museums must work together to combat cultural destruction

Julian Raby, director of the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler galleries, speaks to Apollo

26 Jun 2015

My Masterpiece Selection: Gary Tinterow

‘I have selected some objects that both resonate with me and also with one another’

25 Jun 2015

Dealer’s Choice: the story behind Axel Vervoordt

Boris Vervoordt on living with art and ‘leaping into the void’

10 May 2015

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