To celebrate Terence Conran’s 70th birthday next month, The Conran Shop is showing over 100 recent designs. Plain, Simple and Useful, from 26 September until 19 October, focuses on the present and the future of Conran’s career.
Venue: The Conran Shop, Michelin House, 81 Fulham Road, London SW3, 55 Marylebone High Street and 12 Conduit Street W1.
Digital artist Kohei Yamazaki shows portraits with a style influenced by camouflage patterns at Are you wearing Eichenlaubmuster? until 29 October.
Venue: Notting Hill Arts Club, 21 Notting Hill Gate, London W11.
Prague: session – fresh design talent focuses on a selection of designers graduating from the Prague Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design from 26 September until 26 October. Furniture, lighting and glass are featured.
Venue: The Czech Centre, 95 Great Portland Street, London W1.
Ten artists chart the history of the Isokon flats in London’s Belsize Park at Minimal Existence until 26 September. Designed by Canadian architect Wells Coates, the flats were intended to be a pioneering example of modern living. Residents included Walter Gropius, Marcel Brauer and Jack Pritchard.
Venue: The Isokon Flats, Lawn Road, Belsize Park, London NW3.
Raymond Pettibon and Toba Khedoori show drawings and paintings at LA Stories until 21 October. Both artists’ work draws upon the dynamism of Los Angeles.
Venue: Whitechapel Art Gallery, Whitechapel High Street, London E1.