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Catherine Cibulskis reflects on the dramatic evolution of Russian art in the immediate aftermath of the revolution

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Jonathan Egid is underwhelmed by parts of this exhibition, but impressed by its final three rooms.

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A vivid depiction of an ancient culture excites at the British Museum

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