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    Video games: Design/Play/Disrupt

    From the mid-2000s to now, video games have slowly revolutionised the ways in which we communicate within society. Our lives are enmeshed by them....

    Jeff Koons: A world of Paradoxes

    Pocketed in the Ashmolean is the world of paradox that is Jeff Koons’ exhibition. The first room introduces his work as we are met by...

    The Scythians British Museum review – ‘a vivid and intriguing exhibition’

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

    Kabakov Tate Review- ‘an exercise in alternative perspectives’

    Ilya and Emilia Kabakov's 'Not Everyone Will Be Taken into the Future' illustrates the horrors of the Soviet Union through a series of juxtaposing perceptions

    Modigliani Tate review – ‘a delight to walk through’

    Tate Modern's Modigliani show is tame, but beautiful

    Those Who Follow review – “an appreciation of some too often...

    Matthew Roberts explores the different faiths of modern Oxford, as presented in the exhibition Those Who Follow

    Imagining the Divine review – engrossing and important

    Lizzy Diggins is intrigued by the religious crossovers at the Ashmolean's new exhibition

    Basquiat brought to life at the Barbican

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

    The queen of artistic appropriation is crowned at the Tate Modern

    Nicola Dwornik reviews a long overdue exhibition of Fahrelnissa Zeid's life and work

    The Russian Revolution was a kind of orgy

    Altair Brandon-Salmon is thrilled by the British Library's exhibition marking the centenary of the Russian Revolution