This February, Apollo features articles on the legacy of Hockney’s swimming pools, the Berlin Painter, and reforming the antiquities trade. Matthew Wilcox talks to Günther Uecker about the rise of the European avant-garde, and Désiré Feuerle tells Susan Moore about displaying his collection in a Berlin bunker. Plus: the market for Indian arms and armour, the rise of art business, and Michael Hall remembers Eva Neurath. Preview the issue below.
Susan Moore previews London’s Impressionist and modern sales and reviews December’s auctions
Emma Crichton-Miller on the market for Indian arms and armour