Spectrum; Wu Yiming; World Without Words; When Objects Work; Pak Keung Wan

The contemporary interior products fair Spectrum, from 15-18 May, will display new furniture, lighting, textiles, floor coverings, architectural fittings and accessories. A sale of items from the restaurant, cafés and selected exhibitors stands will be offered from 3-5pm on 18 May.

Contact: 0870 4294420 or www.spectrumexhibition.co.uk to pre-register tickets.

Venue: Commonwealth Galleries, Commonwealth Institute, London W8.

Chinese artist Wu Yiming displays his work from 10 May until 1 June. Yiming draws inspiration from traditional themes, both Eastern and Western. Gentle, fluid brushstrokes of ink and colour on Chinese paper create ghostly images.

Venue: Asia Contemporary Art, 49 Lamb’s Conduit Street, London WC1.

Over 150 images, from design icons to everyday objects, reveal designer Jasper Morrison’s sources of inspiration at World Without Words from 11-30 May.

Venue: Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames, London SE1.

Minimalist architect John Pawson launches a home accessories range based on essential objects, and will exhibit the work at When Objects Work from 16 May until 23 June. Each product is made up of two materials and two functions. The range includes a bowl, tray, vase, picture frame and candle holder.

Venue: Vessel, 114 Kensington Park Road, London W11.

Artist Pak Keung Wan shows his minimalist work, which refers to the atmosphere and state of mind required for its creation, until 27 June.

Venue: Angel Row Gallery, 3 Angel Row, Nottingham NG1 6HP.

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