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Anoushka Kavanagh

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A woman weaving herself into history

Hypnotising acidic colours scream out for Anoushka Kavanagh’s attention

A little creativity can change a lot about the way we...

Anoushka Kavanagh reports on the art-activist collective creating playful new forms of direct action

Pastel pink speculums, embroidered condoms, and art for reproductive freedom

Anoushka Kavanagh explains why protest art is now more important than ever

Rhetoric and realism in ‘Raphael: The Drawings’

Anoushka Kavanagh is impressed by the Renaissance master’s gift for story-telling and imaginative flare in the Ashmolean’s new exhibition

Don picks up Royal Society prize

Oxford mathematician Andrew Wiles awarded the Copley Medal

A new era of repressive state censorship dawns over Russian art

Anoushka Kavanagh dispels the religious disguises of violations on creative and political freedom

A tempestuous tribute to a perplexing artist

Anoushka Kavanagh is confronted by an ouevre permeated by emotional and creative conflict in Giacometti’s retrospective at the Tate Modern

“Careless” press pigeonholes artists that deserve far more

Anoushka Kavanagh warns against letting Brexit derail the conversation around race and art

Acting out against commoditisation in art

Anoushka Kavanagh considers resistance to the shifting role of the consumer

Rebels, romance, punk and fashion houses

Anoushka Kavanagh explores the subversive tradition of black clothing in history

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Oxford MP condemns ‘disgraceful’ fake UAE centre

Earlier this month, Cherwell revealed that the 'Mohammed bin Rashid Center [sic] for Future Research' did not actually exist

Modern China from a new perspective

Jacob Cheli talks to BBC Correspondent Michael Bristow about his travels around China with a cross-dressing language teacher

Different flavours in the Caribbean

The variety and intensity of Caribbean cuisine is far flung from minimalist European food

Council approves New College ‘Ivory Tower’

Baroness Kennedy of Mansfield told the planning committee that New College paid "very little attention to our genuine concerns"

Sexism in Jazz

Lola Grieve explores the underrepresentation of women in jazz in discussion with female jazz musicians at Oxford