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Articles by Andrew Solomon: All Articles

Jun 1988


Your stressed mahogany and Perspex dressing-table may seem less special if it is a 10,000-off instead of a one-off, but it can still be a collector's item.

Jun 1988

Simultaneous Evasions

Despite this fantasy of involvement, the audience members have no ability to change the action of the play at all.

May 1988

Folk-Art Racing

The difficulty of assigning value to works of folk art is enormous, because the rigorous articulation of the locus of value is only beginning.

Apr 1988

Gloss Finish

The two sales that are coming up this month make an extraordinary pair.

Nov 1987

Spy’ll Take Manhattan

Capturing a twist of New York Zeitgeist, Spy magazine is one year old and quite grown up.

Sep 1987

The Democrattic System

Andrew Solomon ponders the success of a Savile Row attic containing three businesses, six entrepreneurs, one graphic designer and one receptionist.

Aug 1987

East Side Storey

On the mysterious, often aggravating ways of the New York City co-op board.

Jan 1987

The Youngest Royals

Bringing up baby is never simple, but the question of how to raise royal children has confounded generations of kings and queens.