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The Apollo Awards 2018 in pictures

27 November 2018

On Monday 26 November, Apollo celebrated its annual awards with a dinner and ceremony. The awards celebrate major achievements in the art world in the following categories: Personality, Artist, Digital Innovation, Museum Opening, Exhibition, Acquisition and Book. The event was held in association with Bonhams, at the auction house’s headquarters on New Bond Street.

The Apollo Awards 2018

Photo: Ben Broomfield

John Akomfrah collects the award for Artist of the Year.

John Akomfrah collects the award for Artist of the Year. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Desmond Shawe-Taylor and Per Rumberg accepting the Exhibition of the Year award for ‘Charles I: King and Collector’ at the Royal Academy, London.

Desmond Shawe-Taylor and Per Rumberg collecting the Exhibition of the Year award for ‘Charles I: King and Collector’ at the Royal Academy, London. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Emma Cantwell accepting the Museum Opening of the Year award for the Louvre Abu Dhabi.

Emma Cantwell collecting the Museum Opening of the Year award for the Louvre Abu Dhabi. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Thomas Sokolowski accepting the Acquisition of the Year award for the Dodge Collection of Soviet Nonconformist Art at Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University.

Thomas Sokolowski collects the Acquisition of the Year award for the Dodge Collection of Soviet Nonconformist Art at Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Munira Mirza of HENI Talks collects the Apollo Digital Innovation of the Year Award.

Munira Mirza of HENI Talks collects the Digital Innovation of the Year award. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Charles Saumarez-Smith collects the Apollo Personality of the Year Award.

Charles Saumarez-Smith collects the Personality of the Year award. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Johan Van der Beke collects the Book of the Year award for ‘The History of Venetian Renaissance Sculpture, ca. 1400–1530’ by Anne Markham Schulz.

Johan Van der Beke collects the Book of the Year award for ‘The History of Venetian Renaissance Sculpture, ca. 1400–1530’ by Anne Markham Schulz. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Grayson Perry, Munira Mirza and Thomas Sokolowski.

Grayson Perry, Munira Mirza and Thomas Sokolowski. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Thomas Marks.

Thomas Marks. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Kate Bryan, Eugenio Re Rebaudengo and Kathleen Soriano.

Kate Bryan, Eugenio Re Rebaudengo and Kathleen Soriano. Photo: Ben Broomfield

Jo Baring and Caroline Walker.

Jo Baring and Caroline Walker. Photo: Ben Broomfield

The Winners | Personality of the Year | Artist of the Year | Museum Opening of the Year | Exhibition of the Year | Book of the Year | Digital Innovation of the Year | Acquisition of the Year | View the shortlists

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