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Queenie Li explores Chinese feminist Yu Hong’s artwork

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Altair Brandon-Salmon explores the Royal Academy's latest exhibition, Matisse in the Studio

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Oxford international arts fair offers a accessible approach to curation for better or worse

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Excessive detail hinders an energetic and ground-breaking Basquiat exhibition, writes Eleanor Birdsall-Smith

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