Pop into the RIBA Architecture Centre to see Picking Winners – first exhibition of Lottery funded projects. It features 24 schemes ranging from Gollifer Associates’ National Glass Centre in Sunderland to the National Centre for popular music in Sheffield and Michael Hopkins & Partners’ Hampshire County Cricket ground (pictured). Until 8 March.
Venue: RIBA Architecture Centre, 66 Portland Place, London W1.
Or you could nip down to the Tate to see an exhibition opening today by German artist Lovis Corinth. Corinth was a founder of Impressionism and Expressionism and tried to re-invent traditional subjects including The Bible, mythology and portraits in a modern style. Until 4 May.
Venue: The Tate Gallery, Millbank, London SW1.
The Royal College of Art is offering something different from tomorrow. The first phase of Rosemary Butcher in Retrospect: 1976-1996 will look at the work of this choreographer who works alongside artists. In four short pieces titled Body as a Site, she collaborated with sculptors Ron Haselden and Anya Gallaccio, architect John Lyall and graphic artist Paul
Elliman. Until 28 February.
Venue: RCA, Kensington Gore, London SW7.
The Jill George Gallery is showing paintings by Crawfurd Adamson. Continuing his theme of group scenes and figures is a new series of work depicting people in restaurants, pubs and clubs, and single figures. Until 28 February.
Venue: Jill George Gallery, 38 Lexington Street, London W1.