If you haven’t already done so, pop into the Crafts Council to see Spectacles; a Recent History featuring LA Eyeworks. The exhibition focuses on the evolution of spectacles design and celebrates the interest in glasses as a statement of personal style. Included within the exhibition are handcrafted and experimental prototypes. Until 24 August.
Venue: The Crafts Council, 44a Pentonville Road, Islington, London N1.
Calling all animal fans. The Society of Wildlife Artists is presenting its 1997 exhibition from 24 July. The exhibition focuses on all kinds of wildlife using a variety of media, including painting and sculpture. All works are for sale. Until 8 August.
Venue: Mall Galleries, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1.
For those of you in Oxford, why not visit the Museum of Modern Art to view the exhibition In Place (Out of Time): Contemporary Art in Australia, starting on 20 July? The exhibition aims to show both indigenous Australian art practice and western-oriented work together to present a wide range of contemporary Australian art (see below). Until 2 November.
Venue: MOMA, 30 Pembroke Street, Oxford OX1 1BP.
Or, if that’s not for you, how about the Chalk Farm Galleries 1997 Summer Show? Artists on show include Sarah Feathers, Mikaela Bartlett and Judy Pickering, who work in sculpture, textiles and collage. Until 20 August.
Venue: Chalk Farm Gallery, 20 Chalk Farm Road, London NW1.