|Former editors||Oscar Humphries|
|Frequency||Monthly (double issue for July/August)|
History and profile
Apollo was founded in 1925, in London. The contemporary Apollo features a mixture of reviews, art-world news and scholarly articles. It has been described as "The International Magazine for Collectors". Apollo is owned by the Barclay brothers through the Press Holdings Media Group company.
The magazine rewards excellence in arts through annual Apollo Magazine Awards.
In line with its reputation as a magazine for collectors, Apollo regularly reports on museum acquisitions and international art fairs, including The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) in Maastricht, Netherlands, and Frieze Art Fair in London's Regent's Park, as well as publishing profiles on eminent collectors, such as Eli Broad, the Duke of Devonshire, Anita Zabludowich, Robert H. Smith, Sheihka Hussah al-Sabah and Charles Ryskamp.
Recent collaborative editions have included special issues in partnership with the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Yale Center for British Art. The current editor is Thomas Marks and regular contributors include Martin Gayford, Alan Powers, Emma Crichton-Miller, Simon Grant, Vincent Katz and art-market correspondent Susan Moore.
- Agenda: A guide to what's on worldwide
- News: Developments in the world of art and architecture
- Exhibitions: In-depth reviews of international exhibitions
- Books: Recommendations and reviews of recent and forthcoming publications
- R. Sidney Glover: 1925–29
- Thomas Leman Hare: 1929–35
- Herbert Furst: 1935–43
- William Jennings: 1943–45
- Horace Shipp: 1945–56
- Wynne Jeudwine: 1956–59
- William Jennings: 1959–60
- Denys Sutton: 1962–87
- Anna Somers Cocks: 1987–90
- Robin Simon: 1990–97
- David Ekserdjian: 1997–2004
- Michael Hall: 2004–10
- Oscar Humphries: 2010–13
- Thomas Marks: 2013–present
- Lord Duveen and Tancred Borenius: 1925–29
- The Apollo Press (publishers): 1929–33
- The Field Group: 1933–39
- William Jennings: 1939–60
- H. W. Finnegan Jennings: 1960–62
- Financial Times Business Information: 1962–84
- Algy Cluff and Naim Attallah (Namara Group): 1984–90
- Investment company co-owned by the Flick family: 1990–92
- Paul Josefowitz: 1992–2002
- The Telegraph Group (owned by Conrad Black): 2002–03
- Press Holdings Media Group Ltd (owned by the Barclay brothers): 2003–present
- "Apollo Magazine (stand 817)". Archived from the original on 7 February 2015. Retrieved 7 June 2013.
- Stephen Deuchar. "Staffordshire Hoard Scoops 'Acquisition of the Year' at Apollo Magazine Awards". Art Daily. London. Retrieved 1 May 2016.
- Martin Gayford (20 June 2010). "Beyond the Surface". Apollo.
- Oscar Humphries (1 March 2012). "The Life Blood of Art". Apollo.
- Ruth Guilding (1 December 2011). "Personality of the Year". Apollo.