Aaron Rosen is the Lecturer in Sacred Traditions & the Arts at KCL, and author of Imagining Jewish Art (Legenda)

The Rothko Chapel, Houston (pre-restoration; opened in 1971).

Leap of faith – how Mark Rothko reimagined religious art for the modern age

For his chapel commission in Houston, the painter engaged with religion on his own terms – and forged a new, modern relevance for sacred art

29 Aug 2020

‘Real Detroiters are tired of their city being a symbol’

How the city’s long-term residents are fostering a thriving arts scene

12 Jul 2018

Marc Chagall caught between two lives

The artist’s memoir looks back to his childhood in Russia and forward to a new life in France

1 Jun 2018

Forum: Is it ever justifiable to burn a fake?

Apollo’s March Forum asks what should be done with ‘fake’ paintings

4 Mar 2014