Edward Behrens is editor of Apollo.

Frieze Seoul

Was Frieze Seoul worth the hype?

The art fair’s first edition in the South Korean capital raises interesting questions for international dealers

3 Sep 2022
Jil Sander garden

Refashioning the garden – an interview with Jil Sander

Jil Sander is renowned for her minimalist approach to fashion design. And yet the gardens at her country home tells the tale of a more maximalist aesthetic

30 Aug 2022
Pope's Villa

Will Alexander Pope’s underground grotto finally come to light?

The poet’s bejewelled lair on the banks of the Thames was his pride and joy – and its restoration shines new light into the shadowy depths of his mind

26 Aug 2022
Jeremy Lee

Home comforts – in the kitchen with Jeremy Lee

As the acclaimed Scottish chef prepares to publish his first cookbook, he tells Apollo why the secret to good food is simply a table laden with good things

19 Aug 2022

‘A curatorial masterclass’ – the 59th Venice Biennale, reviewed

Cecilia Alemani’s focus on women artists goes beyond tokenism to present a strong statement about both contemporary art and the world we live in

29 Apr 2022

The must-see pavilions at the Venice Biennale

From Simone Leigh’s monumental sculptures to Zineb Sedira’s inventive sets, this year’s Venice Biennale presents a rich and varied portrait of contemporary art across the globe

21 Apr 2022
Simone Rocha

Dressing the artist — an interview with Simone Rocha

The fashion designer has often looked to the art world for inspiration, but dressing the artist Simone Leigh for the Venice Biennale required an entirely new approach

19 Apr 2022
Einder (Horizon) Marlene Dumas

Full frontal flatness – Marlene Dumas in Venice, reviewed

The South African artist’s exposing paintings are not merely portraits of bare flesh – they are revelations of humanity’s darker, more painful depths

1 Apr 2022