The Daily Telegraph magazine - Guy and Jacques Dewez cover (8 June 1973)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - some light fraying to top of rear cover
AUTOMATIC EXCHANGE - Next Monday the Stock Exchange moves into its new building - a temple of technology where brokers will communicate by radio and the eyes of closed circuit television register every movement of the market. How will this affect business in the most traditional trading house of all? One and a half pages
THE GLOW OF A LIFE'S WORK - Kinetic art is still in its experimental days. But at 26, Nigel van Wieck is already a pioneer in this field. His Hackney studio, glowing with acrylic prisms of light, is a manifestation of his earliest artistic ambitions. Selina Hastings reports on his work Two and a quarter pages
FIRST FIND A DESERTED BEACH - A holiday home of one's own is a dream that few people realise. But what are the chances, if you find a place in the sun, of being able to buy the land and develop it? The Dewez brothers found the place they wanted in the Bonifacio region of southern Corsica and proved that having acquired the land, there is no limit to what can be achieved. There still, of course, remains the problem of development without despoliation Four and a half pages