Exhibitions

Droog Design; Symphony for the Common Man; Shopping Centres; Not your average child

The first major UK exhibition of Dutch design collective Droog Design shows until 6 August. The exhibition is curated by The Lighthouse exhibitions director Trevor Cromie.

Venue: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU.

Photographer and digital artist Hannah Gal exhibits her latest work at Symphony for the Common Man until 27 June.

Contact: the websites (www.colvilleplacegallery.co.uk) or (www.gal.co.uk/hannah).

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

Shopping Centres, until 2 July, charts the rise of shopping centres, such as Bluewater, and explores the question: is this a retail revolution or the death of the high street?

Venue: Museum of London, London Wall, London EC2.

Not your average child, from 22-26 May, is the result of a photographic competition held by the charity Coram Family for children that benefit from the services that the charity provides. The photographs have been selected by Pentagram Design partner John McConnell and photographer Phil Sayer.

Venue: The Gallery, Pentagram Design, 11 Needham Road, London W11.

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