Exhibitions

Light Vision and Transformation, from 21 October until 14 November, brings together Helene Blumenfeld, Peter Newsome and Johannes von Stumm, who are showing their glass, metal and stone work.

Venue: Erco Lighting, 38 Dover Street, London W1.

I Don’t Exist, from 18 October to 6 December, features artist Doug Aitken’s new video installation, light-boxes and a radical photographic sculpture.

Venue: Victoria Miro Gallery, 16 Wharf Road, London N1.

Photographer Dan Holdsworth, shows his work, which is focused on marginal spaces and urban eye-sores such as shopping centres and car parks – areas where the constructed and the natural worlds collide – until 16 November.

Venue: New Art Gallery Walsall, Gallery Square, Walsall WS2 8LG.

Graphic designer and artist Abram Games’ work of visual images of wartime and post-war Britain is being exhibited during Maximum Meaning, Minimum Means from 18 October to 30 November.

Venue: Design Museum, Shad Thames, London SE1.

Turning A Corner,until 19 December, is an exhibition showcasing Louise Champion’s paintings and graphic depictions of deserted elements, ostracised from their architectural parents.

Venue: Nancy Victor Gallery, 30 Charlotte Street, London W1.

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