This November, Apollo previews Asian Art in London, and features articles on the Keir collection in Dallas, the digital reconstruction of Florence’s San Pier Maggiore, and the impact of luxury goods on Dutch Golden Age painting. Susan Moore talks to Konrad Seitz about his impressive collection of Indian miniatures, and Lee Ufan chats philosophy and minimalism with Martin Gayford.
Gillian Darley in Lisbon
Susan Moore talks to Konrad Seitz about his impressive collection of Indian miniatures, assembled over 50 years
Timothy Brook on the arrival of luxury goods from the Far East and their depiction in Dutch Golden Age painting
Louise Nicholson examines how the loan of the Keir collection to the Dallas Museum of Art will change the Texan institution
Plus: Emma Crichton-Miller on the market for Han ceramics and Gavin Stamp on Palladian design. Preview the issue below.
Evan Moffitt on The Broad
Claire Barliant on ‘Picasso Sculpture’
Fatema Ahmed on ‘The Fabric of India’
Matilda Bathurst on ‘Munch: Van Gogh’
Gavin Stamp on Landscapes of Communism: A History through Buildings, by Owen Hatherley
Kathryn Murphy on Vision and its Instruments: Art, Science, and technology in Early Modern Europe, by Alina Payne (ed.)