Interviews

Making a Masterpiece: Tim Noble and Sue Webster (Interview)

‘Don’t think you can make a masterpiece without a lot of hard work’

30 Jun 2014

From London to St Ives: Interview with Sam Thorne

Sam Thorne joined Tate St Ives as its artistic director in March: we spoke to him about Cornwall and curating

24 Jun 2014

Interview with Phillip King

Sculptor Phillip King talks colour, steel and glitter in advance of his solo exhibition at Thomas Dane Gallery

28 May 2014

Art Basel in Hong Kong: May Apollo

Ben Luke talks to the director of Art Basel in Hong Kong, Magnus Renfrew, about the fair’s much anticipated second edition

14 May 2014

Baron Lorne Thyssen-Bornemisza de Kászon: April Apollo

Baron Lorne Thyssen-Bornemisza speaks to Susan Moore about the opening of Kallos Gallery in London and his love of antiquities

11 May 2014

Refreshing the fair: Jeff Rabin discusses Spring Masters NY

Apollo spoke to Jeff Rabin, co-founder of Artvest, which is behind the rebranded ‘Spring Masters, New York’

2 May 2014

Lynn Chadwick: May Apollo

Éva Chadwick talks to Apollo about the Lynn Chadwick centenary celebrations

25 Apr 2014

Combined efforts: the relationship between artists and printmakers

Anita Klein discusses her work with the specialist printmakers at Advanced Graphics

25 Apr 2014

An interview with Richard Wilson

Richard Wilson’s Slipstream at London’s Heathrow airport is a ‘sculpture of movement’

23 Apr 2014

Art and Azerbaijan: interview with YARAT’s Aida Mahmudova

YARAT’s director discusses ‘Love Me, Love Me Not’ in Baku

22 Apr 2014

‘I never got involved in drugs, or any of the wild goings-on’. Alex Katz on the US art scene

Alex Katz talks to Matthew Sperling about his memories of the New York School and his love of poetry

17 Apr 2014

Interview: Polly Bielecka discusses ‘Sculpture in the Home’ at Pangolin

In the 1940s and ’50s, a series of touring exhibitions brought modern British sculpture in from the cold

13 Apr 2014

‘I was pretty much seen as a bad Pop artist.’ Alex Katz speaks to Apollo

Extracts from our April issue, in which the celebrated painter discusses his life and work

6 Apr 2014

Christophe Leribault, Petit Palais, Paris: April Apollo

In Apollo’s April issue we spoke to Christophe Leribault, director of the Petit Palais in Paris

2 Apr 2014

Michael Craig-Martin at Chatsworth: March Apollo

In Apollo’s March issue we spoke to Michael Craig-Martin ahead of his exhibition at Chatsworth House

21 Mar 2014

‘Deliberate Clichés’: An Interview with Matthew Darbyshire

‘There’s nothing particularly radical or subversive in ridiculing the classical’. Matthew Darbyshire discusses art history, appropriation, contemporary clichés

18 Mar 2014

Small Wonders: The Oskar Reinhart Collection ‘Am Römerholz’

A finely honed selection of masterpieces of European art

Small Wonders: The Ingram Collection

The Ingram Collection is a private collection of modern and contemporary British art, on display at the Lightbox in Woking

18 Feb 2014

Small Wonders: Musée Bourdelle

Amélie Simier introduces the Musée Bourdelle in Paris

12 Feb 2014

Richard Deacon: February Apollo

Zoe Pilger talks to the sculptor Richard Deacon, whose retrospective exhibition opened recently at Tate Britain

11 Feb 2014

Small Wonders: Penlee House

6000 years of Cornish history in one museum: Louise Connell introduces Penlee House Gallery & Museum in Penzance

1 Feb 2014

Art/Work: Jesus College, Cambridge

I’m fortunate to work in a college with an exceptional art collection…it’s impossible to plan a route to work that doesn’t include one or two gems

30 Jan 2014

Dealer’s Choice: Sandra Hindman

Sandra Hindman, the owner of Les Enluminures, speaks to Apollo about medieval manuscripts and her own (modern) collection

22 Jan 2014

Small Wonders: Jerwood Gallery

Liz Gilmore speaks to Apollo about the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings – a new addition to a network of South East coastal galleries in the UK

19 Jan 2014