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FEATURES | Tom Calvocoressi on why everyone loves Keith Haring; Adriano Pedrosa talks to Jane Morris about curating the largest ever Venice Biennale; Isabella Smith on the unstoppable rise of 'immersive art'; Christien Melzer explains how a Dutch artist's drawings kicked off a craze for Rome among his 16th-century peers; Kapwani Kiwanga talks to Edward Behrens about the pleasures of getting lost in her investigations of history and power
 
REVIEWS | Robert Barry on the daring experiments of Yoko Ono; Digby Warde-Aldam on a crash-course in Lacanian thought in Paris; Eve M. Kahn on the irrepressible energy of Sonia Delaunay; Catherine Slessor on Gavin Stamp's monumental survey of British architecture between the wars; Robert Hanks on the first new biography of Stanley Kubrick in years; Matthew Kerr on the quandaries posed by Gauguin's Polynesian paintings
 
MARKET | Isabella Smith on what to expect at EXPO Chicago this year; Jane Morris asks how public exhibitions are really funded; Emma Crichton-Miller on the surprisingly solid market for the Italian Spatialists
 
PLUS | Apollo's pick of what to see in Venice beyond the Biennale; Hettie Judah asks why fatherhood has been so under-represented in art; Will Wiles rises to the giddy heights of London's BT Tower; Keith Miller on how a 16th-century painting of a hungry peasant raises chewy questions about class and status; Christina Makris on the monks who have got drunk in art; Joanna Kavenna on how Munch and Ibsen haunted each other's work
 

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NEW ISSUE
 
Table manners
 
Table manners
Keith Miller on Annibale Carracci's painting of a hungry peasant
 

Woman in a hurry
 
Woman in a hurry
Eve M. Kahn on the restless efforts of Sonia Delaunay, who never slowed down
 

 
How are public exhibitions really funded?
 
How are public exhibitions really funded?
Jane Morris on the private interests propping up high-profile events
 

 
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