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Summer arts: The lure of the gallery

Four exhibitions offer insights into six centuries

By James Woodall   July 2012

Left, Ingres’s Study for La Grande Odalisque at the Courtauld Gallery. Right, Kandinsky’s Circles in a Circle at the Barbican

Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomist Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, until 7th October

Mantegna to Matisse: Master Drawings from the Courtauld Gallery Somerset House, until 9th September

Bauhaus: Art as Life Barbican Art Gallery, until 12th August

Yoko Ono: To the Light Serpentine Gallery, until 9th September

Boats and more boats, the lycra’d body beautiful, sport and more sport: what lurks behind the Jubilee and Olympics in London to challenge the eye and tax the intellect? Three extraordinary exhibitions, each extraordinary for…

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