For those of you in Cambridge, visit the All Hellman Breaks Loose exhibition. On display is a range of Louis Hellman’s cartoons. Hellman has provided cartoons and illustrations for a number of publications including the Observer, The Sunday Times, Building Design, Architectural Review and, of course, Design Week’s Private View section. Until 27 August.

Venue: Architecture Gallery,

6 King’s Parade, Cambridge

CB2 1SJ.

Or how about visiting Portfolio: An exhibition of portraits and still lifes by Paul Tozer? On display are a range of black and white prints, including portraits of David Cronenberg and Quentin Crisp and travel writer Norman Lewis (above), and a range of non-commissioned still lifes. Until 19 September.

Venue: Picture in the House Art Gallery, 61 Venn Street, London SW4.

Still time to catch Fragments by Olga Voloudakis at The Gallery in Cork Street. On display are a selection of Voloudakis’ abstract paintings, including Fragment VII pictured left. Until 23 August.

Venue: The Gallery in Cork Street, 28 Cork Street, London W1.

If you still have any spare holiday why not go out for the day and visit the Yorkshire Sculpture Park? Starting on 22 August are two displays, the first focuses on the British sculptor George Fullard. A Fastidious Primitive includes sculptures and drawings as well as his modelled figures and his marine works. The second display is made up of seven large works by US artist Ursula von Rydingsvard. Until 16 November.

Venue: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Bretton Hall, West Bretton, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF4 4LG.

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