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15 Editor’s Letter

Ace caffs 16 Agenda

February highlights 18 Forum

Could contemporary art be less wasteful? 21 Diary

Peyton Skipwith on a Vikingthemed frieze by Walter Crane, which has a new home in Rouen 25 Letter

William Dunbar marvels at the collection of silkworm cocoons held by the State Silk Museum in Tbilisi p. 38

28 Architecture

Edwin Heathcote on James Wines 30 Inquiry

Tom Hardwick considers the relocation of ancient Egyptian obelisks through history 36 Asia Week New York Preview

Jo Lawson-Tancred selects her highlights of the event

Features 38 In the Witness Box

The photographer Don McCullin talks to Daniel Trilling about his images of war and poverty and his more recent landscapes

44 Under the Etruscan Sun

Susan Moore visits Lucio Rovati and Giovanna Forlanelli Rovati in Milan at their foundation for Etruscan art 52 Ingres Management

The renovated Musée Ingres Bourdelle in Montauban reveals hidden depths to the neoclassical painter, writes Michael Prodger 58 Only Select

Eve M. Kahn looks at how the new, improved Seattle Asian Art Museum has chosen to display its exceptional permanent collection ille lanv

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Cover The Etruscan Scene: Female Ritual Dance, 1985, Andy Warhol (1928–87), acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas, 106.7 × 142.2cm © 2020 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Licensed by DACS, London See feature on pp. 44–50



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