The Sugar Factory features work by Louise Hardy inspired by the London Docklands riverscape which includes Canary Wharf, Rotherhithe, Woolwich and Limehouse. The Tate & Lyle sugar refinery at Silvertown dominates many of the works, which will be displayed on 14-15 November.
Venue: 82 Narrow Street, London E14.
New figurative works by Harry Holland exhibit from 17 November until 18 December. A series of doorway paintings are influenced by visits to Portugal and Sicily.
Venue: Jill George Gallery, 38 Lexington Street, London W1.
The Trapholt Museum of Modern Danish Art, Applied Art and Furniture design hosts The Light and the Colour, an exhibition of work by the late Verner Panton, until 24 January 1999.
Contact: The Trapholt Museum on 00 45 75 54 24 22.
Venue: 23 blehaven, DK 6000, Kolding, Denmark.
Future Map brings together work by the graduates of 1998 from the London Institute’s five colleges. One of the central aims for the curators was to reflect the ideas, ambitions and preoccupation’s of the students. The work will also be exhibited in a virtual space via CD-ROM and the Internet (www.linst.ac.uk) until 3 December.
Venue: The London Institute Gallery, 65 Davies Street, London W1.