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OCTOBER 2018 VOLUME CLXXXVIII No– 668

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Cover Rug, 1959, designed by Anni Albers (1889–1994), executed by Gloria Finn Dale (1923–2013), nylon, 121.9 × 166.4cm. Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, New York © 2018 The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/DACS, London See feature on pp. 96–101

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25 Editor’s Letter 26 Agenda

October highlights 28 Forum

Will Macron’s culture pass have much impact? 31 Diary

Silvia Davoli on reuniting the collection of Horace Walpole 35 Diary

James Scott on Julian Trevelyan and Mass Observation 39 Letter

Arthur House in Belgrade 42 Architecture

Douglas Murphy on seaside piers 45 Q&A

Edward Burtynsky explains his fascination with the Anthropocene 48 Inquiry

Florence Hallett asks what the increasing digitisation of images might mean for art historians

56 TEFAF New York Fall Preview

Susan Moore selects her highlights of the fair 68 Frieze Masters Preview

Melanie Gerlis selects her highlights of the fair

Features 72 Only the Best

Richard Brodie speaks to Susan Moore about his collection that stretches from medieval sculpture to post-war painting 80 Becoming Bruegel

Tim Smith-Laing strives to look past the peasant persona of Pieter Bruegel the Elder 90 A Feeling for Paint

Cecily Brown discusses New York, Old Masters and her recent monotypes with Rachel Wetzler 96 Web Master

Tanya Harrod explores how Anni Albers redefined weaving as a modern art form

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