Some stolen works are simply too famous to sell, and too dangerous to keep…
In 2017 Spring Masters will be reincarnated as one of two hotly anticipated TEFAF New York fairs. It’s hard not to see this year’s event as a soft launch
The Mexican artist on the importance of artistic process and the arts charity he has set up in Mexico
The nominees range from small local museums, to a 100-acre outdoor museum and one of the UK’s biggest institutions
This May, Apollo previews Spring Masters New York and features articles on the new SFMOMA, the prints of James Boswell, and the trend for Renaissance exhibitions. Christopher Turner meets Ettore Spalletti ahead of his first London exhibition, and Eve M. Kahn talks to Horace Wood Brock about his remarkable collection of objets d’art.
Plus: Britain’s modern seaside pavilions and Cornelia Parker at the Foundling. Preview the issue below.
If you want to see Maria Eichhorn’s solo show at Chisenhale Gallery – you can’t. Believe it or not, it’s more than a gimmick
Désiré Feuerle is the latest person to move his art collection underground
Elizabeth Price’s new video is an audacious act of extrapolation, that asks deep questions about our impulse to preserve, restore, and destroy
The UK was slow to appreciate Zaha Hadid’s uncompromising attitude to architecture, but she was one of the most important British architects of the past 100 years
We ask a legal expert for their advice to concerned collectors
Syrian government forces have recaptured Palmyra from IS militants. What happens next is crucial
The Buddhist cave temples where world cultures came together are reimagined at the Getty Research Institute
‘I love the shock of conflict between cultures’. Huang Yong Ping tackles Monumenta at the Grand Palais
The New Museum gives the first presentation of Goshka Macuga’s work in New York
Mona Hatoum’s challenging, changing world vision takes over at Tate Modern