Stealing Beauty: British Design Now presents the work of 16 designers who take their inspiration from city life to create a new kind of beauty from the things we see and use every day. Exhibitors include Michael Marriott, Fashion Architecture Taste, MUF and Bump. The exhibition runs from 3 April until 23 May.
Venue: Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London SW1.
‘If a picture speaks a thousand words…’ displays photography by Neal Wilson until the end of April. His work features within print work for the Salvation Army and Sunlife.
Contact: Neal Wilson’s studio on 0171-253 7491 for confirmed exhibition dates.
Venue: Metro Imaging, 3 Jubilee Place, London SW3.
(Un)limited, from 1 April until 6 June, examines repetition and change in contemporary craft. It includes exhibits in clay, metal and fabric.
Venue: Crafts Council, 44a Pentonville Road, London N1 9BY.
Winning entries from the Inhouse Millennium Timepiece competition will be on display until 9 April. Inhouse is a showroom for contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories.
Venue: Inhouse Glasgow, 24-26 Wilson Street, Glasgow G1 1SS.