This March, Apollo previews the highlights at this year’s TEFAF Maastricht, and features articles on the Renaissance labyrinth, El Greco’s stylistic development, and the little-known artistic treasures produced in Korea during the Josean Dynasty. Plus Susan Moore talks to veteran art dealer Richard Feigen about his collection of early Italian paintings, Jonathan Griffin meets Bill Viola ahead of his retrospective at the Grand Palais, and Thomas Marks talks to Emilie Gordenker, Director of the Mauritshuis, about the museum’s current renovation project.
Apollo talks to artist Michael Craig-Martin ahead of his exhibition at Chatsworth House
Niru Ratnam reports on the Cork Street development plans and the changing face of London’s historic gallery district
Susan Moore previews the highlights at this year’s TEFAF Maastricht
A look at events and exhibitions in and around Maastricht, by Imelda Barnard
Emilie Gordenker, Director of the Mauritshuis, talks to Thomas Marks about the museum’s renovation project
Tim Smith-Laing considers how the Labyrinth found potent expression in the Renaissance and beyond
Veteran art dealer Richard Feigen talks to Susan Moore about his impressive collection of early Italian paintings
Andrew R. Casper looks again at El Greco’s stylistic development on the 400th anniversary of the artist’s death
Jonathan Griffin talks to Bill Viola about his 40-year career and upcoming retrospective at the Grand Palais, Paris
Olaf Peters looks back at the historical complexity of so-called ‘Degenerate Art’ in the context of an exhibition at the Neue Galerie, New York
Louise Nicholson explores the little-known artistic treasures produced in Korea during the Josean Dynasty
Emma Crichton-Miller previews the 23rd edition of Salon du Dessin at the Palais de la Bourse, Paris
Plus: Q&A with Michael Craig-Martin ahead of his exhibition at Chatsworth House; Paul Joannides on Michelangelo; Robert O’Byrne on stained glass; and Emma Crichton-Miller on the market for Delftware.