Sun 1997 (Shot up North), the touring photography exhibition, is currently on show in Manchester. On display are more than 50 images by leading members of the Association of Photographers, who are based in the north of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The exhibition runs in Manchester until 26 September and moves to the Design Innovation Centre, Leeds, from 7-31 October before showing at the Edinburgh Chessels Gallery on 11-19 December.

Venue: Dukes 92, Manchester, M13 4LZ.

Alternatively, at London’s Tate Gallery you can view work from the Oppé Collection, acquired by the gallery last year. Paul Oppé collected British watercolours, prints and drawings from the 16th century to the beginning of this one. Over 100 works will be on display including paintings by Turner, Constable and Lord Leighton. Until 30 November.

Venue: The Tate Gallery, Millbank, London SW1.

If you are in London’s Docklands why not view the Mark Wallinger exhibition at the Canary Wharf Window Gallery? Wallinger works in a variety of media, ranging from photography, painting, sculpture and installations, focusing on the traditions and values of British society. Until 31 October.

Venue: Canary Wharf Window Gallery, Westferry Circus, Canary Wharf, London E14.

Starting on 18 September is an exhibition by Franklyn Rodgers, titled On Reflection. Rodgers photographs today’s most influential black and Asian artists, including James Osho and Maria Amidu. Until 17 October.

Venue: Tom Blau Gallery, 21 Queen Elizabeth St, London SE1.

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