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FEATURES | Jil Sander tells Edward Behrens how her garden in Hamburg updates English tradition; Emilie Bickerton talks to Annette Messager about the sinister side of cuddly toys; Susan Moore visits the newly transformed Palazzo Butera in Palermo; Michael Prodger peruses the Peruginos at Umbria's greatest museum; plus Alessandra Griffo looks closely at a dazzling pietra dura tabletop
REVIEWS | Rachel Cohen looks at Cézanne with fresh eyes; David Gelber sees Portuguese art turn to gold; Charles Darwent on the restless spirit of Milton Avery; Will Wiles considers the call of the shopping mall; Sameer Rahim on high culture in Herat; Rosalind Jana explores the British fondness for fancy dress
MARKET | Jane Morris wonders why the market is ignoring Documenta 15; plus the latest art market columns from Emma Crichton-Miller and Samuel Reilly
PLUS | Andrew Russeth visits Jeju Island, the Hawaii of South Korea; Hettie Judah asks if artists who are parents get a raw deal; Layli Foroudi asks if the City of Paris is ashamed of its colonial relics; William Aslet on the 400th anniversary of Inigo Jones's Banqueting House; Thomas Marks revisits the first gastronomic map of France; Christina Makris on the titillating origins of the champagne coupe; Nicola Shulman on Joseph Wright of Derby's brush with the divine; plus our pick of exhibitions opening around the world including the Armory Show and Frieze Seoul


Refashioning the garden
Refashioning the garden
Jil Sander tells Edward Behrens how she's reimagining quintessential English style

Local hero
Local hero
Michael Prodger finds that Umbria's greatest museum has finally been done up in style

Island romance
Island romance
Andrew Russeth seeks out the many attractions of Jeju Island in South Korea

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