Photographs by the late Linda McCartney will be on show and available to buy from 24 January until 2 March. Twenty per cent of sales at the private view of Light from Within is being donated to the Haven Trust, a network of support centres for people affected by breast cancer.
Venue: Hackelbury Fine Art, 4 Launceston Place, London W8.
The public fascination with fashion, vanity and glamour and how it can lead to dark and terrifying places is explored by artists Machiko Edmondson, David Lock and Mario Rossi at The Most Dangerous Game until 24 February.
Venue: Rhodes & Mann, 37 Hackney Road, London E2.
A community venture to bring a little sunshine through the winter gloom is launching itself on to billboards for one month as Happiness in Brockley makes its debut. Five artworks placed on billboards in the Brockley Cross area will stay there until 15 February.
Contact: www.happinessinbrock ley.co.uk for further details and a map of the area.
Venue: Brockley Cross near Brockley Station, London SE4.
Twenty-four artists are working against the clock to produce an exhibition conceived, collected and set up in days. No Timewasters shows the results until 8 February.
Venue: Zandra Rhodes Gallery, Kent Institute of Art & Design, Fort Pitt, Rochester, Kent ME1 1DZ.
Textiles released from their traditional constraints are shown by Fergus Gillman and Jennifer Collier until 29 January. Winter Trees features shoes made from petals and work in wire.
Venue: Creative Consultants Gallery and Art Lounge, 35-37 Thomas Street, Manchester M4 1NA.