EXHIBITIONS

A series of 24 portraits of leading black achievers in British society, Black Power, is the culmination of a project undertaken by Donald MacLellan. Each portrait is accompanied by a comment from the subject, outlining their feelings on their achievements, contributions and thoughts on being black and British. Until 14 June.

Venue: Room 34, National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Place, London WC2.

Camera Studies exhibits work by Jimmy Wormser. Wormser experiments with new technology used in the photographic industry. Clients include British Airways, Benson and Hedges, Cinzano and Nike. From 16 February – 3 April.

Venue: Pentagram Gallery, 11 Needham Road, London W11.

The University of Central England MA Interior Design & Information Technology show, promises to be a blend of installation, performance, computer animation and technical innovation. Designers can attend the private view on 13 February between 2pm and 8pm. From 14-18 February.

Venue: The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham B9 4AA.

Shoes from British designers such as Paul Smith, John Moore, and Vivienne Westwood are on show at Life and Sole. Pictured are red fetish platform shoes from 1973, which will be shown alongside shop collections and the footwear of music icons, to celebrate the last four decades of British footwear. Until 14 March.

Venue: Gothic Hall, Central Museum & Art Gallery, Guildhall Road, Northampton NN1 1DP.

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