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Priya Khaira-Hanks explores the surrealist's attempt to come to terms with her class identity

Snapshot: Salvador Dali and the legacy of surrealism

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Warhol and the importance of social exchange

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Sabrina Ruia is captivated by a retrospective look at the artist's life

Faces, forgotten and faded

Jonathan Egid visits Christ Church Picture Gallery’s disappointingly small Forgotten Faces exhibition

Home is where the art is: Rod Jordan

Sophie Jordan ventures past her grandfather’s notecards only to come back to them

Old&New: Songs of displeasure

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Home is where the art is: Yu Hong

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