Exhibitions

London design group Smith & Gilmour holds Subsurface, an exhibition of underwater photographs from 13-19 December.

London design group Smith & Gilmour holds Subsurface, an exhibition of underwater photographs from 13-19 December. The exhibition is accompanied by a book, designed by S&G and available in January 2003 from Zwemmers and Magma.

Venue: Percy Miller Gallery, 39 Snowsfields, London SE1.

Yolanda Zappaterra, Paul Murphy and Jim Payne are among five artists presenting ‘encounters with reality’ in the form of photography and painting at Really: Things Aren’t What They Seem until 5 January 2003.

Venue: Transition, 110a Lauriston Road, London E9.

See the festive spirit in a different light as designers and artists including Paul Smith, Future Systems and Swarovski present Architectural Trees for Christmas until 20 December.

Venue: B&B Italia, 250 Brompton Road, London SW3.

Architect Fitzroy Robinson shows concepts and the evolution of the third generation of architects at the practice at Changing Images until 4 January 2003.

Venue: Gallery 2, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London W1.

Visit Versace at the V&A before it closes on 12 January 2003. This major retrospective features more than 130 designs by the late Gianni Versace, which includes ‘That Dress’ as worn by Liz Hurley.

Venue: Victoria & Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7.

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