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Six of the best: Art | Visual arts reviews, news & interviews

Six of the best: Art

theartsdesk recommends the half-dozen top exhibitions

Kazimir Malevich, Supremus No. 55, 1916Krasnodar Territorial Museum

Malevich, Tate Modern (see picture) A stunning exposition following the arc of the Russian modernist's career. Opens 16 July, until 26 October. See with Matisse: The Cut-Outs

Mondrian and Colour, Turner Contemporary The pioneering Dutch modernist in the years before he developed his flat, primary-coloured grids. Until 21 September

Art and Life: The Paintings of Beryl Bainbridge, Somerset House Who knew the late novelist was such a wonderfully gifted painter? Until 19 October

Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation, Tate Britain An exhibition that offers an insight into the man who educated a nation about art. Until 20 August

Franz West: Where is My Eight, Hepworth Wakefield Survey of late Viennese artist may be the most tantalising show you'll see this year. Until 14 September

The Human Factor, Hayward Gallery An exhibition of contemporary sculpture featuring the human figure tries hard to be cool – but manages to pull it off anyway. Until 21 September

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