International Art: Apollo Magazine – November 2021

FEATURES | Andrew Russeth on the imperial splendours of the National Palace Museum of Korea; Tacita Dean interviewed by Robert Barry; Susan Moore views one of the world’s finest collections of 17th-century Chinese porcelain; Claudia Tobin on the aesthetic investigations of the writer Vernon Lee in Florence

REVIEWS | Nancy Princenthal on Jasper Johns in Philadelphia and New YorkMichael Prodger on Frans Hals’s male portraits; Douglas Murphy on Sophie Taeuber-Arp at Tate Modern; Nicola Jennings on the Spanish baroque sculptor Luisa Roldán; Charles Nicholl cracks open a book about medieval manuscripts; Andrew James Hamilton on the efforts to find a lost Maya sculpture; Thomas Marks on watching the drama of a restaurant in real time
 
MARKET | A preview of the second part of Asian Art in London, and the latest art market columns from Susan MooreEmma Crichton-Miller and Samuel Reilly
 
PLUS | Bernadine Bröcker Wieder and Douglas McCarthy ask if museums should be dabbling in NFTsRosamund Bartlett on Dostoevsky’s taste in Old Masters; Samuel Reilly visits David Livingstone’s birthplaceWill Wiles defends architectural photographers from their critics; Kirsten Tambling on Louis Wain, the man who drew cats; and Robert O’Byrne on the most expensive project in the history of art-book publishing

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