Rakewell takes umbrage with the idea that the Hollywood superstar’s sculptures are to be taken seriously as art
Given J.R.R. Tolkien’s apparent attitude to cultural property, the British Museum made an interesting venue for ‘The Rings of Power’ launch party
It is impossible not to be glued to the ongoing protests of environmental activists in the world’s leading museums
May the actor’s upcoming role as the successful Chicago architect Daniel H. Burnham be more promising than his previous skirmishes with the profession
Does Hauser & Wirth’s purchase of a favourite haunt of the YBAs spell the end of an altogether more riotous era?
The students at Imperial College London are objecting to the sculptor’s ‘phallic’ new sculpture, proving that an outsize reputation isn’t everything
The pop star’s latest album contains fewer treats for art-history buffs than its title promises – but Rakewell is too busy dancing to care
Bringing the European bison to Kent is intended to do wonders for the woodland, but Rakewell can’t help wondering if art needs rewilding too
First a man in a Maserati, then the hurling of a scooter – and now a spat between fashion houses. What on earth has got into everyone?
In the light of Boris Johnson’s resignation, Rakewell examines a leaked invoice supposedly detailing the exquisite interiors of Number 10
Leaders of the alliance’s member countries have a lot on their minds at the moment, but there was still time to look pensive in front of Old Master paintings at this week’s summit
Recent industrial action by railworkers in the United Kingdom has got Rakewell thinking about the difference between men and marionettes
Rakewell despairs at the recent announcement that K-pop sensation BTS are taking a hiatus. Is this really the end?
Rakewell wonders whether Apollo readers can corroborate the recent and rather bewildering claim that the British sculptor has been stealing his neighbour’s bins
As the country prepares for a blowout, Rakewell takes a look at some of the more peculiar ways in which people are marking the occasion
The Mona Lisa has been smeared with cream cake in an inscrutable act of climate protest
Rakewell raises an eyebrow at the musician’s latest three-way collaboration with producer T Bone Burnett and Christie’s
Rakewell laments what has been a rather dismal week for the Grande Dame of South Kensington, involving the UK government and a Russian-owned Fabergé egg
The winning entry in the inaugural Football Art Prize depicts Roy Keane in sombre mood, but Rakewell still treasures the player-turned-pundit’s more devilish side
Following Viola Davis’ recent claim that critics serve no purpose, Rakewell asks the actor to reconsider their role as champions of the overlooked
Rakewell finds that Cecilia Alemani’s focus on women artists at the Venice Biennale is ruffling a few feathers among the males of the species
After recent revelations about the inspirations behind ‘The Northman’, Rakewell regards its director Robert Eggers as a man of refined sensibilities