Winners of the Pentagram Gallery Awards, selected from work at the Association of Illustrators, Images 21 last year, will be on show from 18 August – 26 September. Illustrators Ian Pollock, Andrew Potter, Paul Slater and David Hughes were chosen by the partners at Pentagram for their outstanding work.
Venue: Pentagram Gallery, 11 Needham Road, London W11.
There’s still time to catch Hiroshige: Images of Mist, Rain, Moon and Snow at the Royal Academy of Arts. Hiroshige was a Japanese master of woodcut printing. Through that medium he documented a vivid picture of Japanese society in the 19th century. Until 28 September.
Venue: Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London W1.
You could visit the London Institute Summer Show featuring artists Jaroslav Bradac and Bob Britten titled Working In London. On display is a range of compelling and amusing reflections of London life. Ends 19 September.
Venue: The London Institute, 65 Davies Street, London W1.
Or how about the Barbican’s Serious Games exhibition? The exhibition is about interpretation, and encourages hands-on involvement with the eight major artworks on display. Artists employ a range of interactive visual techniques, with technology used to explore issues such as mental health and money. Until 17 August.
Venue: Barbican Art Gallery, Level 3, Barbican Centre, London EC2.