Magazine May/June 2022


Editor's Letter

Gregory Cerio

Field Notes

Current and Coming

Digital Doings

Field Trip

Resurrection of a Different Sort: A historic church annex in New York becomes a chic nightspot for photography aficionados
P.J. McCormick

Antiques Artifact

When Salvador Dalí Met Our Magazine
Sarah Bilotta

Collector Profile

Brass Tacks: What jewelry maker Joan Parcher sees in antique hardware
Laura Beach

Museum Accessions

Old Masters, Mysterious Modernists, and More
James Gardner

Object Lesson


Elizabeth Lanza


Turning the Tables at MESDA
Eleanor H. Gustafson

On the cover: A selection of American art pottery pieces from the collection of Joseph Cunningham and Bruce Barnes.

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Homage to the Neue Galerie

New York's jewel-box museum dedicated to early modern German and Austrian art and design celebrates its twentieth birthday
Brian Allen

This Other Eden

A history of Exbury Gardens, the Rothschild family's vibrant demi-paradise in southern England
Barrymore Laurence Scherer

Prairie Pearl

The Purcell-Cutts House in Minneapolis is a brilliant exemplar of America's first home-grown architectural style
Chris Waddington

Selections from 100 Years of ANTIQUES Covers

Late Spring edition
Martin Minerva

Through the Looking Glass

On the Victorian era's fascination with microscopes and all they revealed
Robert McCracken Peck

Yesterday and Today: Art and Design (Part I)

An art historian muses on affinities he discerns between works of contemporary art and early modern decorative arts in the collection he shares with his husband
Joseph Cunningham