January 2019

January 2019

The Africa Museum reopens in Belgium
An interview with Judy Chicago
The most beautiful swimming pool in France
Can Venice still be saved?

December 2018

December 2018

• The Apollo Awards 2018
• Lagos’s thriving arts scene
• Fernand Khnopff in fin-de-siècle Belgium
• Should paintings be conserved in public?

November 2018

November 2018

• Japan’s sophisticated prehistoric society
• A new look for the Nationalmuseum in Sweden
• An interview with Berlinde de Bruyckere
• Is enough being done to return Nazi-looted art?

October 2018

October 2018

The modern textiles of Anni Albers
An interview with Cecily Brown
The complex art of Pieter Bruegel the Elder
Digital technology and art history

September 2018

September 2018

• Berthe Morisot takes centre stage
• An interview with Joe Tilson
• Pots and pans in the paintings of Chardin
• Imagining Armenia

Plus: La Biennale Paris preview, Tintoretto at 500, Amy Sillman, and the biennial boom

July August 2018

July August 2018

• All change at the Horniman Museum
• An interview with Mary Corse
• Westminster Abbey’s new galleries
• Theatrical set design through the ages

Plus: Parcours des Mondes preview, Sargent in the Holy Land, Göbekli Tepe up close, and George Devey’s country houses

June 2018

June 2018

• In praise of the Wallace Collection
• An interview with Etel Adnan
• Chippendale at 300
• A new era for Irish arts funding

Plus: Masterpiece and Art Basel previews, Cedric Morris’s paintings, and the ethics of live animals in art

May 2018

May 2018

  • An interview with Chantal Joffe
  • The legacy of Charles Rennie Mackintosh
  • How ancient Greece inspired Rodin
  • TEFAF New York Preview

    Plus: A neglected Hungarian architect, Renaissance prints, and the Royal Academy at 250

April 2018

April 2018

  • Ferdinand Hodler's legacy in Geneva
  • An interview with Christian Boltanski
  • Modern British art and the countryside
  • Qajar portraits in 19th-century Iran

March 2018

March 2018

  • TEFAF preview
  • An interview with Joan Jonas
  • The Character Heads of Messerschmidt
  • Thrones through the ages
  • The Caravaggisti at the Centraal Museum

February 2018

February 2018

  • T.S. Eliot?s attitude to visual art
  • An interview with Giorgio Griffa
  • The Penn Museum gets a makeover
  • Syrian artists in a time of war

January 2018

January 2018

  • An interview with Rasheed Araeen
  • The art of the Post Office
  • Do we still need UNESCO?
  • A new look for Kettle’s Yard

December 2017

December 2017

  • The Apollo Awards 2017
  • Cherries in art
  • Lucian Freud’s debt to the Flemish Old Masters
  • The artists who kept their work a secret

November 2017

November 2017

  • An interview with R.H. Quaytman
  • The impact of the Wiener Werkstätte on modern design
  • New China galleries at the British Museum
  • The revival of Ottomanism in Turkey

October 2017

October 2017

  • An interview with Ilya and Emilia Kabakov
  • The reopening of the Freer Gallery of Art
  • Tove Jansson's adventures beyond Moominland
  • The status of sound art in museums

September 2017

September 2017

  • Revamping Rome: the Colosseum Archaeological Park
  • An interview with Wayne Thiebaud
  • A first look at the Cerruti Collection
  • Painting in colonial Mexico

July August 2017

July August 2017

This July/August, Apollo previews Parcours des Mondes,
and features articles on the influence of Umberto Boccioni,
the art of Fiji, and the role of the French culture ministry.
Matthew Wilcox talks to Japanese artist Takesada Matsutani about
the Gutai group, and Susan Moore meets tribal art collector Marc Ladreit de Lacharriere.

June 2017

June 2017

This June, Apollo features articles on the National Gallery of Ireland,
Mesopotamian sculpted animals, and LA’s growing art scene.
Frank Bowling talks to Imelda Barnard about his lifelong commitment to paint,
and Nancy Olnick and Giorgio Spanu tell Louise Nicholson about Magazzino,
the new home for their Italian art collection.

May 2017

May 2017

This May, Apollo features articles on the Venice Biennale,
the legacy of Frank Lloyd Wright, and the art of Camille Claudel.
Provocative German artist Markus Lüpertz talks to Maggie Gray
about his dedication to painting, and fashion designer Kasper
tells Susan Moore about his instinctive approach to collecting.

April 2017

April 2017

This April, Apollo features articles on the influence of Ovid,
Soviet propaganda porcelain, and how the Uffizi in Florence
is being transformed by its new director. Jim Dine talks to
Martin Gayford about his experimental printmaking, and Swiss sculptor
Not Vital reflects on the art he collects with Susan Moore.

March 2017

March 2017

This month Apollo marks the centenary of De Stijl and looks at
Dutch meal still lifes, and Charles Percier’s creation of the Empire style.
Theaster Gates talks to Jonathan Griffin about the social engagement that
drives his art, and Kiran Nadar tells Christopher Turner about her passion
for modern and contemporary Indian art.

February 2017

February 2017

This February, Apollo features articles on the legacy of Hockney?s swimming pools,
the Berlin Painter, and reforming the antiquities trade.
Matthew Wilcox talks to Gunther Uecker about the rise of the European avant-garde,
and Desire Feuerle tells Susan Moore about displaying his collection in a Berlin bunker.

January 2017

January 2017

This January, Apollo features an exclusive interview with Egyptian video artist Wael Shawky,
as well as essays on Lockwood Kipling, Ghent’s Museum of Fine Arts, and the challenges ahead
for New York’s museums. Sir Angus Grossart tells Susan Moore about his dedication to
Scottish art and, on the eve of her UK retrospective, Lubaina Himid speaks to Imelda Barnard.

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