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FEATURES | Jonathan Griffin takes a road trip inspired by Ed Ruscha; Jeremy Frey talks to Glenn Adamson about stretching the frontiers of basket-making; Samuel Reilly looks forward to the opening of a major new museum in Nigeria; Edward Behrens talks to Hildegard Bechtler as she pulls back the curtain on her acclaimed stage designs; Kevin Dumouchelle explains what one magnificent 19th-century mask tells us about its makers in Côte d'Ivoire
 
REVIEWS | James Williams on the endless mystique of Franz Kafka; Eve M. Kahn on the silversmith who struck gold at Tiffany & Co.; Sophie Barling on the green-fingered members of the Bloomsbury Group; Olivia Horsfall Turner on the European royals with really grand designs; Hermione Eyre on the art dealer who scammed his way to the top; Rosalind Jana on the man who turned women into ice queens
 
MARKET | Isabella Smith on what to expect at the Hamptons Fine Art Fair this year; Susan Moore picks out her highlights at Parcours des Mondes; Georgina Adam braces for turbulence in the global art market; Emma Crichton-Miller finds that the market for Indigenous Himalayan art is reaching new heights
 
PLUS | Tom Fleming on how France is wrestling with the Olympics; Hettie Judah on the lusty visions of Beryl Cook and Tom of Finland; Ivan Day on very fancy Victorian ice creams; Edward Behrens on what dealers are doing to attract young collectors; Gillian Darley on the monumental achievement of Pevsner's architectural guides; Christina Makris on the Tuscan wines that look as good as they taste; and Francesca Peacock on a 14th-century painting of a pregnant Madonna
 

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NEW ISSUE
 
On the road with Ed Ruscha
 
On the road with Ed Ruscha
Jonathan Griffin follows the artist out of Los Angeles and into the desert
 

The royals with really grand designs
 
The royals with really grand designs
Olivia Horsfall Turner on the monarchs who doubled as amateur architects
 

 
Stormy weather
 
Stormy weather
Georgina Adam braces for turbulence in the global art market
 

 
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