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October 2022 Volume CXCVI No– 712

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15 Editor’s Letter 16 Agenda

October highlights, including Asian Art in London, Frieze Masters and PAD 25 Around the Galleries

Samuel Reilly previews Paris+ par Art Basel, plus our pick of shows and fairs to see this month 31 Diary

Stephen Patience on Lucian Freud 35 In Perspective

Hettie Judah on painters who prefer to take their time 39 Art Market

Jane Morris asks what another global recession might spell for the art market

Cover Bernice Bing, photographed in 1965 by an unknown photographer. Courtesy the estate of Bernice Bing See feature on pp. 84–91


45 Collectors’ Focus

Emma Crichton-Miller on textile art made by 20th-century women 48 Inquiry

William Carruthers wonders: who is UNESCO really helping? 52 Architecture

Edwin Heathcote on the occult modernism of Rudolf Steiner 55 Food

Thomas Marks at the former home of chef Auguste Escoffier 57 Wine

Christina Makris at the Castello di Ama vineyards in Tuscany 59 Apollo 40 Under 40 Asia Pacific

This year’s list of the most talented young people in the art world p. 64

Features 64 Antwerp Awakes

Fatema Ahmed finally gets inside the long-closed Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp 72 Inside Story

Aimee Ng of the Frick Collection takes a close look at a sketch by John Singer Sargent for his notorious painting Madame X 78 Return to Form

Rosamund Bartlett on the remarkable career of Russian-born modernist Marianne Werefkin 84 Scene Shifter

Jonathan Griffin applauds the resurgence of interest in San Francisco painter Bernice Bing


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