Work by late graphic designer Hans Schleger is on display at the Pentagram Gallery. Schleger produced corporate identities, advertising and promotional literature for companies such as British Rail, Mac Fisheries and perhaps his most famous venture – the 1935 modern version of the London Transport symbol. A selection of posters, photographs and promotional material is on display. Until 28 February.

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

Still time to catch the Howard Hodgkin exhibition at the Royal Festival Hall. Hodgkin emerged as an international artist in the early 1970s with his abstract paintings which evoke the feeling of places, interiors, social occasions and happiness. To accompany the exhibition there is a book with contributions from John Elderfield and Susan Sontag. Until 23 February.

Venue: Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London SE1.

Opening this week at the Royal Academy of Arts is Braque: Late Works. Braque’s early Cubist works are documented fairly well, but his late works are relatively unknown. So now’s your chance to see more than 50 examples from his mature years, including major themes of interiors, billiard tables and studios. Until 6 April.

Venue: Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London W1.

Start saving for the next Bonhams twentieth century furniture sale, taking place on 8 February and featuring pieces by Aalvar Alto (pictured), Piero

Fornasetti and Gaetano Pesce.

Sales details: 0171-393 3900.

Catalogue details: 0171-393 3933.

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