Exhibitions

The Times typography in the 21st century; Sam Taylor-Wood; Drawings of New York and London; Weave; AI – Artificial Intelligence; Just Between Us; Space Station 3D

The Times typography in the 21st century shows until 3 May. It documents font designs commissioned by the newspaper since 1932.

Venue: St Bride Printing Reference Library, Bride Lane, London EC4.

Photography, film and video installations by artist Sam Taylor-Wood show until 21 June.

Venue: Hayward Gallery, South Bank, London SE1.

Drawings of New York and London by illustrator Lucinda Rogers show from 26 April until 12 May.

Venue: the.gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1.

Graduates of the Royal College of Art show new textiles at Weave from 27 April until 31 May.

Venue: The City Gallery, 90 Granby Street, Leicester LE1 1DJ.

Original drawings and concepts for the film AI – Artificial Intelligence show until 30 April until 7 May.

Venue: Colville Place Gallery, Colville Place, London W1.

The male nude is studied intimately at Just Between Us by photographer Greg Gorman. The exhibition contains explicit images and under 18s will not be admitted.

Venue: The Millinery Works, 85/87 Southgate Road, London N1.

Imax film Space Station 3D tells the story of the construction of the International Space Station. It shows from 26 April.

Contact: 0870 870 4868.

Venue: Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7

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