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Articles from Apollo (May 1, 2018)

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'Each building foreshadows a little piece of the future': Edwin Heathcote on Bela Lajta. Heathcote, Edwin 1202
'In the age of print, art became European': Jamie Gabbarelli on the influence of Renaissance prints. Gabbarelli, Jamie 989
'It feels like the sculptures have landed on the roof'. Interview 855
'This is a region that grew rich on slave labour': Robert O'Byrne in Savannah, Georgia. O'Byrne, Robert 785
A Renaissance reunion: Xavier F. Salomon welcomes a compact exhibition focusing on four reliquaries by Fra Angelico. Salomon, Xavier F. 1050
A royal welcome. Smith, Charles Saumarez 2890
A school of her own: Mary Cassatt's work remains as hard to classify as ever. Gascoigne, Laura 1139
Are museums too preoccupied by visitor numbers? League tables of museum visitor numbers may generate a lot of media coverage--but do they distract institutions from other priorities? Penny, Nicolas; Donoghue, Bernard 1220
Around the Galleries. Reilly, Samuel 956
Art Business Hong Kong. Gerlis, Melanie 1113
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2434
CHANGING TASTES. Moore, Susan Interview 2649
Collectors' Focus The Brazilian avant-garde: As the market in contemporary Latin American art has matured over the last 10 years, a group of artists working in Brazil in the 1950s and '60s--among them Lygia Clark, Helio Oiticica and Lygia Pape--have soared in value. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1145
Debts to Venice: Robert Hewison welcomes an exhibition of Ruskin's drawings of Venice in the city itself. Hewison, Robert 1080
DIRECTORY. Directory 850
Fast work. Marks, Thomas Editorial 666
FLOWER OF SCOTLAND: On the 150th anniversary of his birth, the reputation of the architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh stands higher than ever, but the source of his singular talent remains elusive. Murphy, Douglas 2664
Gainsborough's gaze: The painter's landscapes show a countryside on the brink of transformation. Cassidy, Camilla 921
Goodbye to Vitebsk: Chagall's memoir looks back to his childhood and forward to a new life in France. Rosen, Aaron Book review 1013
Hammer head: Peter Wilson was an enigmatic figure who transformed the world of auctioneering. Stourton, James 1023
In 1936, Robin Baily was as duped by the early cricketing paintings assembled at Gatton Park as the collector himself. O'Byrne, Robert 797
Leading questions: Cultural leaders need to embrace agile, brave leadership if they are to meet the challenges of a volatile world--and not least in US museums, where maintaining the status quo has become the biggest risk of all. Feldman, Kaywin 1741
May Calendar. Calendar 105
May highlights. Calendar 428
MOTHER COURAGE. Baker, Harriet Interview 2582
Off the shelf. Book review 364
TEFAF New York Spring: Susan Moore selects her highlights of the fair. Moore, Susan 1169
THE AGE OF INFLUENCE: The Parthenon sculptures had a profound effect on Auguste Rodin when he saw them at the British Museum, but his own sculptures also shaped subsequent ideas about what constituted the classical. Vout, Caroline Critical essay 2510

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