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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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Ewan Davis explores the depiction of the Nativity in 14th and 15th century art

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Rhetoric and realism in ‘Raphael: The Drawings’

Anoushka Kavanagh is impressed by the Renaissance master’s gift for story-telling and imaginative flare in the Ashmolean’s new exhibition

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William Freeman is moved from scepticism to epiphany by this diverse exhibition

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Touch, tenderness, and technology in Cloud of Petals

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

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Queenie Li produces her version and vision for art, open to all and owned by all

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