Exhibitions

Tunnelvision; A Logo for London; International Leisure Industry Week; Expo 2000; Pierre Cardin: Sculptures Utilitaires; On a Plate

Running from 16-24 September (and as part of the London Open House project on the 23-24 September), Tunnelvision is an exhibition of new work by young artists living in London.

Contact: (www.londonopenhouse.org) or phone 09001 600 061 for more details.

Venue: Aldwych tube station, The Strand, London WC2.

A Logo for London charts the use of the London Transport roundel. The exhibition runs from 28 September until April 2001.

Venue: London’s Transport Museum, Covent Garden, London WC2.

International Leisure Industry Week, from 26-28 September, claims to be the only exhibition in the world that covers the entire “out of home” leisure industry.

Contact: (www.liw.co.uk) or fax details to 020 8232 1613.

Venue: NEC, Birmingham, B40 1NT.

A new, independent Mac exhibition will run from 29-30 September. Expo 2000 will be staged in association with MacUser.

Venue: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London N1.

Pierre Cardin: Sculptures Utilitaires is a celebration of 50 years of fashion designs. The exhibition runs from 28 September until 20 November.

Venue: Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames, London SE1.

Forster are launching an exhibition space dedicated to modern design, opening with a show called On a Plate, running from 28 September until 19 October.

Venue: Forster, 63 Redchurch Street, London E2.

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