You could take yourself along to Proud Galleries for two reasons; to view the new identity and how it has been applied and to see an exhibition of illustrative work by Malcolm White. White is self-taught as an illustrator and is presently working for London ad agency Ammirati Puris Lintas. From 7-28 October.
Venue: 5 Buckingham Street, The Strand, London WC2.
Natural forms 01 – digital artworks by Martin Gardiner is also worth a visit. Working to a level of complexity and detail, Natural Forms is a development of a series of speculative objects loosely inspired by radiolaria – the extraordinary single-celled organisms with exoskeletons. The artworks on show are for sale as limited edition prints.
Venue: Colville Place Gallery, 1 Colville Place, London W1P.
Visionfest – Merseyside’s annual, month-long Visual Arts & Design Festival – will be exhibiting at venues throughout the region. The theme this year is Sense. Visionfest aims to bring to the fore creative talent exhibiting in unconventional spaces as well as the usual galleries.
Further information: Tel/fax: Rachael Boden 0151 708 9887.
Objects of Desire: The Modern Still Life is an exhibition which articulates the relationships between art and society through objects and their meaning. Works include Man Ray’s spike-covered iron, Gift, and Marcel Duchamp’s Bicycle Wheel. Until 4 January 1998.
Venue: South Bank Centre, Hayward Gallery, London SE1.