Pop down to the Canary Wharf to see Space Oddities. On display is work by Tomato, Hussein Chalayan, Jemima Stehli, Michael Bracewell, Philip Treacy and Elizabeth Wright. Until 4 July.

Venue: Canary Wharf Window Gallery, Westferry Circus, Canary Wharf, London E14.

The exhibition Forbidden Fruit, a joint project between the London College of Printing, the University of the Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague and the Technological Educational Institute in Athens, is on from May 21. Students were presented with a statement and encouraged to broaden their interpretations of the illicit and taboo. Until 29 May.

Venue: Eckersley Gallery, London College of Printing, Elephant & Castle, London SE1.

Continuing as part of the Bath Festival is Developing Images – a celebration of the art of architectural photography. The exhibition features more than 100 images by leading architectural photographers in the UK, including John Linden and Richard Bryant. Until 1 June.

Venue: The Happold Gallery, Buro Happold, Camden Mill, Bath BA2 3DQ.

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