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Articles from Apollo (June 1, 2019)

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'Horta's work, like art nouveau itself, is an acquired taste'. Holland, Charles 1250
'I have always set off in new directions': Leiko Ikemura. Interview 1229
'Truly a place of his own': Edward Ball in Eduardo Chillida's Basque Country. Ball, Edward 973
'Vallotton was an individualist from the beginning': Ann Dumas on the unsung Nabi. Dumas, Ann 1130
After a five-year closure, the renovated museum opens its doors to give you a taste of Bruges' history. Brief article 137
Around the Galleries: London Art Week and the Art & Antiques Fair Olympia keep the UK capital busy this month, while Brussels has three fairs in one for fans of non-Western art. Reilly, Samuel Calendar 1136
Art Basel: Melanie Gerlis selects her highlights of the fair. Gerlis, Melanie 1152
Art Business Art advisers. Shaw, Anny 883
Art Market. Moore, Susan 2521
Border territory: Nicholas Penny finds picture frames surprisingly scarce in this otherwise illuminating study. Penny, Nicholas Book review 1032
Capitals of culture: John Ma welcomes a survey that shows how much cities in the ancient Near East had in common. Ma, John 1177
Civic values. Brown, Alistair 1583
Collectors' Focus Aesthetic Movement furniture: The English Aesthetic Movement believed in the importance of beauty in everyday life, and fine furniture--often showing Japanese influence--was an important part of its mission. Original pieces don't come along often and are in great demand. Crichton-Miller, Emma 1199
DIRECTORY. Directory 672
Disaster recovery. Marks, Thomas Editorial 629
Grey matters: Hammershoi's austere paintings hold their own in a grand Parisian setting, writes Harriet Baker. Baker, Harriet 1160
GRUUT FORCE. Barling, Sophie 2656
June highlights. Calendar 451
Masterpiece London: Emily Tobin selects her highlights of the fair. Tobin, Emily 1839
Off the shelf. Recommended readings 362
PLAYING TO THE CAMERA. Wetzler, Rachel 2580
PLEASURES PRINCIPLES: The Epicurean texts discovered in the library of the Villa dei Papiri at Herculaneum raise as many questions about the life of a wealthy Roman statesman as they answer. Park, Emma 2806
POTTED HISTORY. Moore, Susan 2995
Shadow boxing: Morandi's still lifes draw on his close observation of Old Master paintings, writes Samuel Reilly. Reilly, Samuel 1092
Should Notre-Dame be reconstructed faithfully? 1472
The furore over the Notre-Dame spire competition has echoes of the Louvre overhaul, covered by Apollo in 1989. O'Byrne, Robert 784

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