Why not pop down to the Pentagram Gallery to see Broken Books by Georgie Hardie? On display from 28 May will be limited edition books including Scraps di Londres for The Illustrated Cities, Denouement and Colour Atlas. Until 4 July.
Venue Pentagram Gallery, 11 Needham Road, London W11.
Alternatively, you could visit an exhibition of graffiti titled Contents Under Pressure by Futura 2000, Lee Quinones and Stash 2, starting on 30 May. The exhibition displays three decades of creativity and shows how it has become a key part of a revitalised New York art scene. Until 6 June.
Venue: The Tramshed, Garden Walk, London EC2.
Or if sculpture is more your thing, nip to the Concord Sylvania Gallery where recent sculptures by Neal French are on display. French reveals his obsession with the human form through his stoneware figures. Until 3 July.
Venue: Concord Sylvania Gallery, 174 High Holborn, London WC1.
The magazine Blag is celebrating its tenth birthday with an exhibition of work by contributor Thomas Barwick. On display will be a collection of cool characters for 1997. Until 27 June.
Venue: Two Floors Bar, 3 Kingly Street, London W1.