Friday 19 July
For anyone interested in landscapes there are two exhibitions currently on show. The first is The Matter of Landscapes with photography by Catherine Gfeller and sculpture by Tim Harrisson. Until 12 August.
Venue: Six Chapel Row, off Queen Square, Bath BA1 1HN.
Details: 01225 336577.
Saturday 20 July
The second is at the Tate Gallery and is called Mountain Gloom, Mountain Glory. It focuses on British artists who paint mountain scenes, including JMW Turner, Samuel Palmer and Peter de Wint. Watercolours of both British and European landscapes will be on show. Until 6 October.
Venue: Tate Gallery, Millbank, London SW1.
Details: 0171-887 8000.
Monday 22 July
Or how about popping into the National Portrait Gallery to see The Land of Giants exhibition – a show of the work of 1995’s BP travel award winner Christopher Stevens. On display are oil paintings and drawings of
Bombay and Madras alongside journals and photographs.
Alternatively, view the winning entries of the BP portrait award 1996. Until 20 October.
Venue: National Portrait Gallery, St Martin’s Place, London WC2.
Details: 0171- 306 0055.
Tuesday 23 July
Why not visit The Association of Photographers’ latest exhibition, Submerged? The show looks at a variety of underwater photography including tropical scenes, swimmers, exotic fish and a range of work by Peter Hince, which follows on from his series selected in the association’s 12th awards. Until 9 August.
Venue: The Association of
Photographers, 9-10 Domingo Street, London EC1.
Details: 0171-608 1445.
Wednesday 24 July 7.15pm
Still tickets left for the British Design and Art Direction lecture, tonight presented by photographer Duane Michals. Michals will discuss the nature of photography and his role as both a commercial and private photographer.
Venue: The Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore,
Details: 0171- 582 6487.
Monday 26 August
The Glasgow International Festival of Design celebrates the festival’s Danish day today with the exhibition Arne Jacobsen and the language of Danish Design at the Hunterian Museum. Arne Jacobsen’s Ant chair will be one of the icons on display. Watch this space for details of further festival events. Until 29 September.
Venue: Hunterian Museum, Kelvin Gallery, Glasgow G12 8QQ.
Thursday 26 September
The Scottish Arts Council is hosting a two-day conference called Arts-People-Spaces on future design and the use of buildings for the arts. The conference will focus on the relationship between building design and the need for art organisations. Speakers include Janice Kirkpatrick and Deyan Sudjic. Until 27 September.
Venue: Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow
Details: 01923 242769.