Until 1 August, Signs of Life showcases a collection of photographs by Peter Netley that allude to the omnipresence of human occupation around the world.
Venue: The Gallery @ Oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, London SE1.
North and South, from 24 July until 21 August, features a selection of work by jewellers from both Britain and Australia, bringing together two similar yet different cultures that are presented through the artists’ work.
Venue: Bluecoat Display Centre, Bluecoat Chambers, School Lane, Liverpool L1 3BX.
Contemporary Belgian painter Luc Tuyman is displaying his work until 26 September. His paintings are drawn from photography, television and film, and depict subject matters ranging from the holocaust to wallpaper patterns and everyday objects. Entry to the exhibition is £6 and £5 for concessions.
Venue: Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1.
Fiction, until 4 September, is a group exhibition presenting an alternative artistic perspective to photographic truth versus painted illusion. The works on show discuss a contrasting attitude – the realisation that truthful records of places or events are impossible in any medium.
Venue: Timothy Taylor Gallery, 24 Dering Street, London W1.
Until 12 September, Russian landscape in the age of Tolstoy features paintings by Venetsianov, Shishkin, Levitan and Kuindzhi, showing lakeside and forest vistas, depictions of the Russian horizon, and the hard struggle of peasant life in both summer and winter.
Venue: The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2.