Painter Martha Parsey shows images borrowed from Pop Art, magazines and computer games at Gone to tea until 24 May.
Venue: The London Institute Gallery, Millbank, John Islip Street, London SW1
Russian fashion designer Petlyura has his personal collection of fashionable junk presented as part of an exhibition by Vita Buivid and Olga Chernysheva at Anti-Fashion from 24 May-22 June.
Venue: The French Chocolate Factory, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1.
Leigh Clarke exhibits his latest paintings inspired by three journeys at Flying, Driving, Walking from 24 May until 28 June.
Venue: Workplace Art, 64 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1.
Artist Michael Craig-Martin re-opens the transformed Manchester Art Gallery on 25 May with an exclusive installation, Inhale/ Exhale, until 30 June.
Venue: Manchester Art Gallery, Moseley Street, Manchester M2 3JL.
British contemporary glass can be seen at 9 by 9 from 24 May until 21 June.
Venue: Glass Art Gallery, 7 The Leathermarket, Weston Street, London SE1.
The film has just been released, so take the last chance to see photographs taken during the making of Dark Blue World, until 26 May.
Venue: Proud Central, Buckingham Street, London WC2.