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The Russian Revolution was a kind of orgy

Altair Brandon-Salmon is thrilled by the British Library's exhibition marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution

Imagining the Divine review – engrossing and important

Lizzy Diggins is intrigued by the religious crossovers at the Ashmolean's new 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!

The queen of artistic appropriation is crowned at the Tate Modern

Nicola Dwornik reviews a long overdue exhibition of Fahrelnissa Zeid's life and work

The Death and Rebirth of MS Paint

Chloe Dootson-Graube investigates the artistic importance of Microsoft Paint

The apex of abstraction at Tate Britain

Anietie Ekanem is impressed by the thoughtfulness of 'Conceptual Art in Britain 1964 - 1979'

Walking the pilgrim’s way

Looking back at his exhibition 'We will meet', Alvin Ong tells Sophie Jordan of his walks along the thin line between memory and fiction

On the look-out: Hilary 2017 in art

Cherwell Visuals brings you this term's calendar of top exhibitions and events not to miss

Home is where the art is: Helen Pinkney

Bill Freeman investigates his artist godmother’s inspirations and her relation to the process of creation

Grayson Perry’s Polymorphous Popularity

Georgiana Wilson explores Grayson Perry's image, identity, and popularity after seeing his latest exhibition
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