• An interview with Rasheed Araeen
• The art of the Post Office
• Do we still need UNESCO?
• A new look for Kettle’s Yard
PLUS: The Louvre Abu Dhabi, the revamped Hayward Gallery, the Gurlitt hoard on display, R.B. Kitaj’s memoir, and more
TEFAF preview | Joan Jonas | Messerschmidt
T.S. Eliot | Giorgio Griffa | The Penn Museum
Marketing the Old Masters | the future of small galleries | Scythians | Basquiat
The Sumida Hokusai Museum | J.L. Pearson | Susan Philipsz
Vivian Maier took thousands of photographs, but showed them to no one. Why are some artists so determined to keep their work secret?
Recent debates over the art of Chuck Close, Balthus, and others remind us of the intertwined nature of ethics and aesthetics
The Italian painter discusses music, poetry and the unfinished nature of his art
Rasheed Araeen talks to Apollo about six-decades of making visually arresting and politically engaged art