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Articles from Apollo (October 1, 2015)

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'Fulvio Bianconi brought unprecedented ideas to Murano'. Barovier, Marino Interview 830
'Please don't ask me how we did it!' Xavier Bray on bringing together Goya's portraits. Bray, Xavier 851
'This undoubted failure has become a compelling monument': Gavin Stamp on the ruins of St Peter's Seminary, Cardross. Stamp, Gavin 1234
'We knew we were on contested ground': Sameer Rahim in Jerusalem. Rahim, Sameer Travel narrative 762
[begin strikethrough]In[end strikethrough]decent exposure: disputes surrounding controversial artworks are rarely clear cut and usually require a careful legal balancing act between absolute rights and shifting societal norms. Malas, Philippa 1788
A collection that is both intimate and historic, humble and grand: Susan Moore in Geneva. Moore, Susan 710
A family affair. Grant, Simon 2171
An article from 1946 drew attention to the Chinese taste for Western objects, which remains a neglected subject to this day. O'Byrne, Robert 752
Around the galleries: Frieze Week puts London centre stage in October, but other unmissable events this month include the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show and Highlights in Munich. Barnard, Imelda 890
Art market. Moore, Susan 2329
British art & antique dealers. Directory 338
Collectors' focus Russian icons. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1177
Conservators & restorers of art & antiques. Directory 160
Could the antiquities trade do more to combat looting? 1466
Frieze Masters: Anna Brady selects her highlights of the fair. Brady, Anna 1126
Frieze Week: Imelda Barnard picks out the events and shows not to miss in London during Frieze Week. Barnard, Imelda Calendar 610
Going potty: York's Centre of Ceramic Art is an invaluable new resource. Crichton-Miller, Emma 737
Icelandic connections: Giles Waterfield is impressed by an eclectic display that pays tribute to Iceland's history. Waterfield, Giles 746
International auctioneers of art & antiques. Directory 374
International picture framers. Directory 127
Lie back and think of LA: the designs of Charles and Ray Eames are an instantly recognisable, and Californian form of mid-century modernism, but an exhibition at the Barbican in London suggests a more ambivalent context for the pair's work. Martin, Richard 2408
Light years ahead. Griffin, Jonathan Interview 2619
Lines of poetry. Sperling, Matthew 2571
October calendar. Calendar 119
October highlights. Calendar 455
Off the shelf. Book review 372
Out of chaos. Marks, Thomas 675
Out of the ashes: the discovery of Pompeii had a revolutionary impact on European taste. Salomon, Xavier F. Book review 1095
Pastel perfect: Stephen Lloyd welcomes a rare opportunity to see Jean-Etienne Liotard's works in Britain. Lloyd, Stephen Book review 947
Photo surrealism: for John Heartfield, photomontage was a tool in the fight against fascism. Hauser, Kitty Book review 847
Potter's progress: Anne Gerritsen follows Edmund de Waal as he goes in search of the history of porcelain. Gerritsen, Anne Book review 974
Specialist art consultants and valuers. Directory 122
Taste maker: Malcolm Baker welcomes a new study about an influential 18th-century connoisseur. Baker, Malcolm Book review 870
Zhuang Hong Yi. Brief article 118

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