EXCLUSIVE: Boris Koller Starting a New Landscape Painting and Answering the Art & Kitsch Quiz | The Cave of Apelles

Jan-Ove Tuv joins Boris Koller as he starts a new landscape painting. They talk about indoor painting vs. plein air, compositional techniques that Koller has acquired from the old masters, and other painting methods.

Back in the studio, Tuv challenges Boris Koller on his kitsch values with the Art & Kitsch quiz. Is he as kitsch has he claims to be?

The centerpiece for this conversation was a reproduction of “The Allegory of Painting” by Johannes Vermeer.
On the shelf: Ceiling of Tomb of Hafez in Iran, “A Doughboy with Shoemaker” by Herbert Morton Stoops, and Le Salon de 1787 au Louvre, gravure de Pietro Antonio Martini.
The episode was produced by Bork S. Nerdrum, assisted by Javier Adams and Nic Thurman.

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  • Apelles was asked why he touched and retouched his pictures with so much care, to which he replied:
    "I paint for eternity"