Exhibitions

What about design?; Deirdre Dyson; Not enough memory to accurately render picture; Arseaboutface; True Football: the beautiful game in all its glory

What about design? from 19 January until 18 March, is an exhibition of contemporary objects, including packaging, lighting and household objects, which invite the viewer to question their opinions about the quality of design.

Venue: Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames, London SE1.

Digital works by artist Marty St James show at Betweeness until 27 February.

Venue: Colville Place Gallery, 1 Colville Place, London W1.

A new showroom will display the work of Deirdre Dyson. Dyson has recently started making rugs, which will be displayed as if they were paintings, on sliding panels.

Venue: Dyson Ringrose, 331 Kings Road, London SW3.

Not enough memory to accurately render picture is a video projection by Sheffield designer Andrew Townsend. It shows every evening until 8 February.

Venue: Showroom Bar, 7 Paternoster Row, Sheffield S1 2BX.

Arseaboutface, from 19 January until 16 February, is the launch exhibition of a new gallery called Cell. The artists have used industrial materials and/ or mass production processes to create just one final piece, so perverting the manufacturing process.

Contact: 020 7241 3600 or the website (www.cell.org.uk).

Venue: Cell, Springfield House, Tyssen Street, London E8.

True Football: the beautiful game in all its glory, until 4 March, is part of an ongoing project to celebrate football from the fan’s perspective, created from access to the Hulton Getty and All Sports photolibraries.

Venue: Proud Galleries, Buckingham Street, off The Strand, London WC2.

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