Decadence? – Views from the Edge of the Century is a sensuous exhibition showcasing luxurious materials and elaborate details. Ceramics, jewellery and glass by artists and makers including Andrew Logan, David Hensel and Neil Brownsword will be on display until 14 March.
Venue: Crafts Council, 44a Pentonville Road, London N1.
The Art of Chairs is an open exhibition devised to encourage local artists working in all media to rise to the challenge of creating new work based on the theme of a chair. A diverse range of materials and techniques has been applied to the work which is on display until 4 April.
Venue: Southampton City Art Gallery, Civic Centre, Southampton SO14 7LP.
Nocturnal – Global Highflyers is a tribute exhibition to the artform of the club flyer. The exhibition, which examines the visual history of dance culture and the club flyer’s influential graphics, will coincide with the launch of a book titled Nocturnal, published by Booth-Clibborn Editions. The exhibition runs until 13 March.
Venue: Original Levi Store Gallery, 174-176 Regent Street, London W1.
An evocative show combines the work of two female artists, one from the Afro-Caribbean community and the other Japanese. Pauline Cushie and Rei Hatori exhibit recent work in a variety of media until 13 February.
Venue: The Tricycle Gallery, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6.
The British Journal of Photography’s National Photographic Student Day, Vision 99, takes place on 29 January. The event provides students with career information and a chance to meet art buyers, picture editors and agents.
Contact: The 24-hour registration hotline on 0171-306 7082 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org