Twitter | Search | |
Apollo Magazine
The International Art Magazine. Published monthly since 1925, we cover everything from antiquities to contemporary work
27,258
Tweets
993
Following
21,978
Followers
Tweets
Apollo Magazine 29m
One of Apollo's Art Diary picks – Polly Apfelbaum presents new and recent works at
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 2h
‘Pop art is a very odd, totally inaccurate term’ – Joe Tilson
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 3h
Bass lines: Nicky Wire is showing his art in Pembrokeshire – via
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 5h
'Biennials, like any large institution, are always caught between being seen as income generators and drains on resources.'
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 7h
David Wojnarowicz 'was inspired and inflamed by America', writes Sukhdev Sandhu
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 10h
Corot's portraits of women are the subject of this week's book competition prize
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 12h
In today's art news bulletin – a new director for the Norton Museum of Art, a sexual misconduct case against Jan Fabre, and more
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 13h
A Q&A with Maria Bukhtoyarova, collector, founder of the , and one of this year's Apollo 40 under 40 Europe
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 15h
It's the final week to catch the 's show exploring the history of Canova’s lost statue of George Washington – view images here
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 16h
Elliot Bostwick Davis has been named director of the ; plus more recent art news
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine retweeted
Hettie O'Brien Sep 13
I reviewed the second London Design Biennale for
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 17h
The good life – an interview with Joe Tilson, by
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 18h
Alice Kettle's collaborative exhibition at expresses 'the power of creativity in dealing with trauma and creating community'
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 19h
Want to work at Apollo? We are currently recruiting a Subscriptions and Marketing Executive. Find out more here:
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 19h
Fourteen centuries of Armenian art and culture will be on view at the in its next major show – preview here
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 20h
'This is a show where the line between the work and the man behind the work is – and perhaps has to be – smudged'
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 21h
‘Since the age of cave painting, art has done nothing but degenerate’ – Joan Miró, 1928
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine retweeted
Rakewell Sep 18
Van Gogh, Rachel Maclean and the dubious charms of the shopping mall
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine 23h
Venice inaugurated the first art biennale in 1895, but the format was not replicated for over half a century
Reply Retweet Like
Apollo Magazine Sep 18
'Gurlitt: Status Report' is now on view at – here's Madeleine Schwartz from earlier this year, on the knotty question of the Gurlitt hoard
Reply Retweet Like