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Opera: Passion, power and politics

The new exhibition at the V&A entertains yet bemuses Julia Alsop

Touch, tenderness, and technology in Cloud of Petals

Sarah Meyohas’ new exhibition embraces electronic form in its exploration of beauty, writes Eleanor Birdsall-Smith

A perfectly preserved corner of London speaks to modern Britain

Susie Finlay discovers the delights of still-life drama

Coming full circle: The importance of Queer British Art for young...

Billie Esplen considers the relevance of Tate Britain's Queer Britain exhibition

Hokusai: Beyond The Great Wave – a man possessed by the...

Becky Cook is awestruck by Hokusai’s ‘The Great Wave’ but says the artist fails to discover anything beyond the masterpiece at the British Museum’s current exhibition

Readers’ Photo Competition

Have some great Instagram shots of your college pals? Or portraits of people you met while travelling abroad? Send cherwellvisual@gmail.com your best portrait photos by Wed 15 and see your work in print!

Grappling with graffiti

Jorge López Llorente loses himself in the visual trickery of art and graffiti

Who’s in the artistic power seat?

Ella Hill discusses Tristram Hunt’s appointment at the V&A and the continuation of gender inequality in the UK’s major museums

Readers’ Photo Competition: deadline approaching!

Final call! Send your best portrait shots to cherwellvisual@gmail.com by Wed 15 Feb for a chance to see your work in print!

Review: Lubaina Himid’s ‘Invisible Strategies’

Ewan Davis explores Lubaina Himid’s Invisible Strategies at Modern Art Oxford
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