The industrial town of Mänttä is transforming itself into an arts hub
Antiques dealers have cause for concern, but there’s also an opportunity to broaden the debate…
Boswell’s acutely observed satires sum up the social and political issues of the 1930s
As associate artist at the National Gallery, Shaw focuses on the nondescript woodland where many of art history’s most sordid stories play out
The Earl of Mar has long been seen as a failed rebel and harmless utopian architect, but it’s time to take him seriously as an Enlightenment thinker
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.
We spoke to the outgoing Rijksmuseum director about the internet, Old Masters, and art by the seaside as he prepares for a new role at the Museum Voorlinden
The Church of Saint Simeon near Aleppo is the greatest treasure of the Christian-Byzantine era in Syria – but it’s suffered extensive damage
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
With 3,000 new works, a major extension, and an ingenious way of working with collectors, SFMOMA is becoming a modern art museum to rival all others
Large, long windows and a flat roof for sunbathing: is it any wonder that Britain’s early experiments with modernist architecture were by the sea?
Discover highlights of the National Gallery of Art’s photography collection, from the 1840s to today
The Imperial War Museum showcases photography documenting the protests against nuclear weapons in 1980s Britain
Paintings, drawings and contemporary dance regalia at the Denver Art Museum provide an insight into Native American dance
The Stedelijk’s former museum director curates his own distinctive exhibition