International Art: ‘Apollo Magazine’ (February 2021)

FEATURES | Matthew P. Canepa on the art of ancient Iran; Lisa Yuskavage interviewed by Jonathan GriffinRosamund Bartlett on how Russia fell for French impressionism; Will Wiles offers up an elegy for the VHS

REVIEWS | Tim Smith-Laing on drawings of Dante’s Divine ComedyRobert Hanks on an exhibition about touch at the Fitzwilliam; Diana Evans on Lynette Yiadom-Boakye at Tate Britain; Kathryn Murphy on the enigmas of Aby Warburg’s image atlas; Isabelle Kent on the life of Goya; Adriano Aymonino on the history of marble; Thomas Marks on the art of TV chefs

PLUS | Nicholas PennyVictoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh on blockbuster shows after CovidBen Street rifles through his postcards of paintings; Andrew Russeth moves to Seoul and heads straight to a museumEdwin Heathcote defends the modern architectural frieze; Robert O’Byrne on the fickleness of taste

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