Cars, Andy Warhol’s last series of paintings is on display from 8-23 September, comprising 27 silkscreens and drawings of Mercedez-Benz cars, created in 1986 and 1987. The series, commissioned by Mercedez-Benz to celebrate its centenary, was incomplete when Warhol died.
Venue: Milton Keynes Gallery, 900 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 3QA.
Bolly, Bubble and Balenciaga clamour for the camera in a behind-the-scenes look at Absolutely Fabulous, featuring 500 Polaroid photographs taken throughout the show’s life. Continuity, Absolutely Fabulous 1992-2001 shows until 14 October, and is also preserved in a book published by Headline on 4 October, priced £14.99.
Venue: Proud Galleries, 5 Buckingham Street, London WC2.
William Cruickshank, Martin McGinn and Robert Wilson show three very different views of consumerism at Food Hall, from 13 September until 13 October. All aspects of the supermarket feature in the exhibition, from the presentation of food to the hidden menace of germs and insects.
Venue: Houldsworth Gallery, 33-34 Cork Street, London W1.
Winning and shortlisted designs from Europan, the biennial housing competition are shown at an exhibition until 28 September.
Venue: Architectural Association, 34-36 Bedford Square, London WC1.
An exhibition of this year’s nominees for the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize, which this year celebrates ceramics, takes place from 13 September until 28 October.
Venue: Crafts Council Gallery, 44a Pentonville Road, Islington, London N1.