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May 2023 Volume CXCVII No– 719

p. 90


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15 Editor’s Letter 16 Agenda

May highlights, including the best shows in New York and Photo London 25 TEFAF New York Preview

Helen Stoilas selects her highlights of the fair 29 Around the Galleries

Samuel Reilly previews Frieze New York and picks out gallery shows 33 In Perspective

Hettie Judah asks if artists are getting screwed over by galleries and museums 37 Art Market

Jane Morris explains how New York has achieved its position of total market dominance

Cover Memory Map, 2000, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith (b. 1940), oil, acrylic and paper on canvas, 91.4 × 121.9cm. OZ Art NWA, Bentonville © Jaune Quick-to-See Smith See feature on pp. 62–68

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45 Collectors’ Focus

Emma Crichton-Miller on the growing interest in Roy Lichtenstein’s works on paper 49 Letter

Rosamund Bartlett on how Sydney Modern is rethinking Australian art 52 Inquiry

Diane Smyth assesses the state of photography collections in the UK 56 Architecture

William Aslet on the chequered history of St Mary-le-Strand 59 Food

Thomas Marks on a repulsive all-you-can-eat feast on film 61 Wine

Christina Makris drinks rosé at a sculpture park in Piedmont

Features 62 American All-Star

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith tells Samuel Reilly how she broke through the ‘buckskin ceiling’ 70 Sight Reading

Grant Lewis on what the many prints and paintings Handel owned tell us about his music 76 Water Power

Elisa Germán talks to Apollo about the unexpected toughness of Richard Foster Yarde’s watercolours 82 Waxing Miracles

Louisa McKenzie on the age-old appeal of wax figures, from funeral effigies to anatomical models 90 Scene Maker

Jonathan Griffin on how the curator Walter Hopps introduced US museums to modern art


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