For the South African artist William Kentridge, everything begins with printmaking
Fascinating photographs from an extraordinary collection
‘There’s an element of me that’s contrarian’
From Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim to ceramics at the V&A: the architect selects her favourite masterpieces
‘My ultimate masterpiece is the home that I have lived in for 15 years’
Classical art is a hidden category of our contemporary culture
The Prada Foundation has no intention of being an ‘ego-museum’
The artist on his appreciation of Cy Twombly, the Rothko Room, and a particularly delicious dal
Julian Raby, director of the Smithsonian’s Freer and Sackler galleries, speaks to Apollo
‘I have selected some objects that both resonate with me and also with one another’
‘I never feel accomplished’
Boris Vervoordt on living with art and ‘leaping into the void’
Doug Fishbone hid a cheap Chinese replica in the Dulwich Picture Gallery and hardly anybody noticed
When people talk about the ‘avant-garde’, they don’t normally have television in mind
Max Hollein discusses the challenges and rewards of running not one, but three, institutions
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?
Hannah Gregory meets Kader Attia ahead of a major retrospective of his work in Lausanne
The Met steals the show at Asia Week New York
The fundraising exhibition and auction has emerged, somewhat paradoxically, as a highlight in the gallery’s programme
What is the extent of the damage in Iraq and is enough being done by the international community?
The Corning’s new wing dedicated to new developments in glass art and design opens this week
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
It’s now possible to buy exact replications of Van Gogh paintings from the Van Gogh Museum. How are they produced, and why?