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Articles from Apollo (September 1, 2017)

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'For 10 years, this contemporary cultural institution has had two faces': Rosalind McKever at the Collezione Maramotti. Mckever, Rosalind 1003
'I think of myself as a producer of ideas'. Barnard, Imelda Interview 1298
'Starting from a single collection presents specific challenges--and rewards': Jane Munro approaches Degas with an open mind. Munro, Jane 966
'The river's debris is my pleasure and my obsession': Florence Evans on mudlarking. Evans, Florence 788
A perfect enigma: in a first for a contemporary art institution, Castello di Rivoli is now responsible for the extraordinary historical art collection quietly formed over decades by the secretive Francesco Federico Cerruti. Marks, Thomas 2553
A scholarly pursuit: this lavish catalogue of the Ashmolean's baroque paintings is a triumph. Salomon, Xavier F. Book review 1049
Around the galleries. Barnard, Imelda 1127
Art business economics lessons. Dempster, Anna 1271
Art market. Moore, Susan 2471
Biennale Internazionale dell'Antiquariato di Firenze: Susan Moore selects her highlights of the fair. Moore, Susan 993
Biennale Paris: Fatema Ahmed selects her highlights of the fair. Ahmed, Fatema 606
Brave new world? de Jesus Douglas, Eduardo 2693
Chinese puzzles: China's bewildering bapo paintings deserve to be better known. Barliant, Claire 1027
Collectors' focus portrait medals: this is a small, specialist market driven by collectors rather than dealers and here, perhaps more than in any other field, knowledge is key--these complex, exquisite objects cost anything from 100 [pounds sterling] to the hundreds of thousands. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1326
Do museums need to be more socially engaged? Hudson, Alistair; Callihan, Elisabeth 1376
Fiddling with Rome. Nicholls, Matthew 1919
Indian impressions: India inspired some of Howard Hodgkin's most engaging paintings. Parker, Peter 867
International art & antique dealers. Directory 280
International auctioneers of art & antiques. Directory 262
International picture framers. Brief article 129
Kings over the water: the Jacobite pretenders were at the centre of sophisticated courts in exile. Gelber, David 1227
Mirror images: Tom Walker welcomes a subtle study of how the pre-Raphaelites reinterpreted the past. Walker, Tom Book review 1116
Off the shelf: Apollo's selection of recently published books on art, architecture and the history of collecting. Recommended readings 338
Paper weight: this handsome volume of drawings is an immense scholarly achievement. Darley, Gillian Book review 1233
Picnicking on tombstones: Gavin Stamp on the monumental cemeteries of Italy. Stamp, Gavin 1175
September highlights. Calendar 477
Starting from scratch. Gayford, Martin Interview 2712
The changing status of women--as artists, wives and mothers--was noted in a prescient article published in 1943. O'Byrne, Robert 781
The forensic collector. Moore, Susan Interview 2454
The mysteries of collecting. Marks, Thomas Editorial 707

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