This October, Apollo talks to American great Ellsworth Kelly, explores Mr Chow’s collection, and asks why art and artists are so keen on drink. Plus Turner and Constable’s oil sketches, a preview of PAD London, and a look at where contemporary art meets the Old Masters.
Q&A with Patrick Perrin, founder and president of the Pavilion of Art & Design, plus fair highlights
Jonathan Griffin meets Mr Chow, the legendary restaurateur and collector
Ellsworth Kelly, the pioneering American abstractionist, talks to Louise Nicholson
Matthew Sperling examines why art and artists have so often been associated with alcohol
Ian Warrell considers the rise of plein air painting among the English artists of the early 1800s
James Cahill examines the curatorial trend of juxtaposing historical art with contemporary works
Plus: Tristram Hunt on the British Ceramics Biennial; Gavin Stamp on the life and death of English Heritage; Emma Crichton-Miller investigates the market for British political cartoons; Susan Moore previews Frieze Week in London; and Apollo asks, ‘Should commercial galleries be made to display their prices?’.