Original poster designs, ads, symbols and stamps by Abram Games will be on display until 24 February. Much of the work has never been previously shown.
Venue: The Gallery, University College, Northampton Avenue Campus, Northampton NN2 6JD.
Ten new works formed in lead by sculptor Robert Bryce Muir are exhibited until 28 February. The sculptures are constructed to illustrate a complex, powerful and beautifully engineered machine – the human body.
Venue: the.gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, London SE1.
Frank Lloyd Wright and The Living City looks at Wright’s broad artistic vision through architectural models, photographs, original drawings, furniture and book designs. Central to the exhibition is a specially commissioned model of The Living City, which depicts what Wright’s ultimate vision may have looked like. The exhibition runs until 11 April and a lecture discussing Wright’s work will be held on 24 February at 6pm.
Venue: Exhibition: Art Gallery and Museum, Kelvingrove, Glasgow G3 8AG. Lecture: Lecture Theatre A005, Glasgow Caledonian University, Health Building, City Campus, Glasgow G4 0BA.
Seventy Stunning Books exhibits recent work by members of the Fine Press Book Association until 15 March. The event is a rare opportunity to see books that are produced in small editions, often through collaborations between artists, writers and printers.
Venue: Six Chapel Row, off Queen Street, Bath, BA1 1HN.