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In defence of the outrageously impractical: an art form that deserves the same freedom to invent impractical and weird creations
"It is Bridgit’s shaky, close-up quality that makes the work – it’s relatable and reachable."
The Hayward Gallery’s latest and much-praised exhibition 'Shape Shifters' is quite an experience.
Burne-Jones' exhibition at the Tate is one to not miss.
Cherwell Fashion indulges its love affair with art
This potential for interaction between artist and audience is a phenomenon of the modern era
Wolfson fellow Matthew Landrus says only 5-20% of the 'Salvator Mundi' is Da Vinci's work, after a recording breaking sale at Christie’s auction house
An exhibition that tells a personal story of heritage, politics, heartbreak and pain.
Simon Schama, Mary Beard, and David Olusoga; the terrible trio chosen to update the BBC relic Civilisations have fallen foul of all the usual potholes. Tasked with modernisation they haven't quite pulled it off.
The three works, which have never before been viewed by the public, date back to Tolkien’s early years in Oxford