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The best exhibitions to see this summer—Titian at the National Gallery and Kara Walker at the Tate

Plus the art and resistance at Turner Contemporary

Titian: Love, Desire, Death, National Gallery, until 17th January 2021

Having led the way in reopening its doors, the National Gallery has extended its Titian exhibition. What better reintroduction to the power of painting than seven mythological canvases inspired by Ovid’s Metamorphoses, created by Titian for Philip II of Spain? Besides the luscious women, storm-tossed woods and cobalt skies, pellucid pools and roiling seas,…

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