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Articles from Apollo (November 1, 2017)

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"Who owns the heritage of traditional medicine?' Barbara Rodriguez Munoz at the Wellcome Collection. Munoz, Barbara Rodriguez 874
'I'm interested in the architectural concerns of sound': Susan Philipsz. Interview 1278
'Until recently, no institution in the Japanese capital was dedicated to Hokusai': Sophie Richard in Tokyo. Richard, Sophie 1022
A criminal genius: Gavin Stamp on the career of J.L. Pearson. Stamp, Gavin 1268
A FAMILY AFFAIR: Over several decades, Gabriel and Ann Barbier-Mueller have amassed a formidable collection of Samurai armour in Dallas--giving one of the great modern collecting dynasties a distinctly Texan accent. Moore, Susan 2803
Around the Galleries. Barnard, Imelda 920
Art Business Artists beware! Sanig, Karen 1370
Asian Art in London: Matthew Wilcox selects his highlights of the event. Wilcox, Matthew 1220
Collectors' Focus Blanc de Chine. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1137
Drinking societies: Karol B. Wight praises a display of glass vessels made in the ancient world. Wight, Karol B. 1281
Fragonard's reputation is diminished by the decadent paintings for which he is renowned, wrote Denys Sutton in 1987 Robert O'Byrne. O'Byrne, Robert 798
Ivory matters. Marks, Thomas Column 734
NEW PERSPECTIVES. Haas, Lidija 3603
November Calendar. Calendar 111
November highlights. Calendar 418
Off the shelf: Apollo's selection of recently published books on art, architecture and the history of collecting. Recommended readings 355
Opposing forces: Matt Kerr welcomes a life of Edward Lear that makes the most of his contradictions. Kerr, Matt Book review 1187
Perfect specimens: Camilla Beresford welcomes the first accessible edition of Joseph Banks's botanical discoveries. Beresford, Camilla Book review 1116
Personal touch: This ambitious exhibition reconstructs Monet's private collection, writes Laura Gascoigne. Gascoigne, Laura 1168
Pieter Pourbus and the forgotten Masters. 335
Preview. Moore, Susan 1145
Religious revival: In a break with Turkey's recent secular past, Recep Tayyip Erdogan's regime is keen to promote symbols of Ottoman power--as the varied fortunes of the country's mosques demonstrate. de Bellaigue, Christopher 1835
Review. 1096
THE BUSINESS OF LUXURY. Heathcote, Edwin 2718
THE CHINA COLLECTORS: The British Museum's holdings of Chinese art provide a fascinating record of how British collectors have engaged with China--and their redisplay suggests how far that relationship has evolved. Pierson, Stacey 2591
Well mannered: The cinquecento was a period defined by much more than artistic stagnation, writes Florence Hallett. Hallett, Florence 1154
William Kentridge. Smoke, Ashes, Fable. Brief article 133

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