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The British Librarian curator discusses her exhibition Russian Revolution: Hope, Tragedy, Myths

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One combative poem has a lot to reveal about the place of artists under Soviet rule, Charlie Baker writes

Touch, tenderness, and technology in Cloud of Petals

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

Andrew Graham-Dixon: Bridging the gap between high culture and mass media

Art history documentary maker Andrew Graham-Dixon talks contemporary art and BBC spending to Altair Brandon-Salmon

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

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Susie Finlay discovers the delights of still-life drama

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How traditional craftsmanship meets modern aesthetics on Pakistani trucks

Sam Dalrymple reports on the phenomenon of truck art that is spreading across Pakistan

‘Beautiful is good’ – Giovanna Bertazzonia on Christie’s

Altair Brandon-Salmon dives into the world of art auctions with Giovanna Bertazzonia, co-chair of Modern Art at Christie’s

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