Saturday 24 August
For those of you in south Wales the touring show Le Corbusier: Poem of the Right Angle opens today. Featured in the exhibition are a range of his colour lithographs and poems. The images found in the lithographs relate to his earlier painting and became a characteristic of his architectural work. Until 22 September.
Venue: Washington Gallery,
3 Stanwell Road, Penarth,
Details: 01222 708047.
Sunday 25 August
The Paula Rego exhibition Rub-a-Dub-Dub and other Nursery Rhymes is currently on show in Newcastle. In this series of etchings Rego takes traditional nursery rhymes and reinvents them. Until 27 September.
Venue: University Gallery, University of Northumbria, Sandyford Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 8ST.
Details: 0191-227 4424.
Monday 26 August
The Eve Arnold: In Retrospect exhibition has left London for Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery, so if you didn’t catch it the first time round, now’s your chance. Arnold, one of the most influential photographers of our time, rose to the top working for The Sunday Times and Life magazines. On display are more than 200 colour and black and white images. Until 26 October.
Venue: Ikon Gallery, 58-72 John Bright Street, Birmingham B1 1BN.
Details: 0121-643 0708.
Tuesday 27 August
How about popping into the new Beach Blanket Babylon gallery in Notting Hill Gate? It kicks off with an exhibition entitled Method In the Madness by artist John Bentil, who produces mixed media sculptures and drawings. Viewing only takes place until 5pm, but you can dine in the gallery area from 6pm onwards. Until 30 September.
Venue: Beach Blanket Babylon, 45 Ledbury Road, London W11.
Details: 0171-274 2745.
Wednesday 28 August
There must be something in the air. Another gallery, backed by style magazine Dazed and Confused, has recently opened in east London. On display are a range of photographs by Mark Guthrie in the exhibition Light Pollution. Until 6 September.
Venue: Dazed and Confused Gallery, 112 Old Street, London EC1.
Details: 0171-336 0766.