This March, Apollo previews TEFAF Maastricht, and features articles on Louis XIV’s cultural legacy, Irish art in US collections, and the tradition of depicting trompe l’oeil curtains in painting. Susan Moore meets Jan Six X; Jon Day talks to Richard Long; and Louise Nicholson talks to Harry W. and Mary Margaret Anderson about the evolution of their post-war American art holdings. Plus, Gavin Stamp on humour in architecture, and Emma Crichton-Miller on the market for Persian rugs. Preview the issue below.
Susan Moore previews the highlights at this year's TEFAF Maastricht
A look at the satellite events staged in and around Maastricht, by Imelda Barnard
Apollo previews the 24th edition of Salon du Dessin at the Palais de la Bourse, Paris
Jon Day talks to Richard Long about his new series of prints and the importance of walking to his 50-year career
Axel Rüger, director of the Van Gogh Museum, talks to Thomas Marks about the museum's recent redisplay
Wolf Burchard reassesses the cultural legacy of Louis XIV’s extravagant reign
Martin Oldham on ‘Rubens and His Legacy’
Laura Gascoigne on ‘Van Gogh in the Borinage: The Birth of an Artist’
Marjorie Trusted on ‘ Body and Soul: Munich Rococo from Asam to Günther’
Tim Smith-Laing on William Blake, by Sebastian Schütze and Maria Antonietta Terzoli
David Ekserdjian on The Sculpture of Tullio Lombardo, by Anne Markham Schulz
Hildred Geertz on Lempad of Bali, by Bruce Carpenter et al.