Fashion designer Helen Storey and her sister Dr Kate Storey have collaborated on an exhibition which explores similarities between the science and art worlds. Primitive Streak shows from tomorrow until 23 August.
Venue: Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 5NH.
Realife? explores Nineties UK fashion photography and marks the launch of W’Happen, a book designed by Tom Hingston, which celebrates the work of iconoclastic photographers. Until 16 August.
Venue: Levi’s Store, 174-176 Regent Street, London W1.
Adored and Adorned shows recent work by ceramicist Kerry Jameson and jeweller Claire Robinson. Work includes jackets made of precious metals and gems and silver chain mail alongside animal sculptures. From tomorrow until 2 August.
Venue: The Ice House, Holland Park, Kensington High Street, London W8.
In Darkest England is a study of ordinary people’s feelings and activities. David Jury, Phil Baines and Alan Kitching among others, chose extracts from a document from the Mass Observation Archive held in Sussex University. Typographic interpretations of hand-written notes were produced. The exhibition shows from 20 July until 7 August.
Venue: Pentagram Gallery, 11 Needham Road, London W11.