Summer Open; One Step Ahead of the Pack; Shirin Neshat; International Print Exhibition; Invisible Map

Summer Open, running from 1-19 August, consists of 100 photographic images from entries judged by a panel of professionals working within the photographic industry. The theme for the entries was completely open and will feature fashion, portraits, landscapes, still life, reportage, nudes, travel and architecture.

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Venue: The Association of Photographers, 81 Leonard Street, London EC2.

One Step Ahead of the Pack, from 31 July until 12 August, is an exhibition of work by Chris Kasch. Kasch’s work draws stylistic parallels with 1960s and 1970s kitsch, often set against fashion, interior and product design, but it is an accurate representation of the 2000 visual zeitgeist rather than a visual retrospective.

Venue: Conningsby Gallery, 30 Tottenham Street, London W1.

Photography and installation work by artist Shirin Neshat shows from 28 July until 3 September. Neshat’s art refers to the social, cultural and religious codes of Muslim societies in general. Literature for the exhibition is by Frost Design.

Venue: Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London W2.

The Royal Photographic Society’s

International Print Exhibition shows in Bath until 1 October, then travels to Southampton, Antrim, Aberystwyth and Gosport.

Venue: Octagon Galleries, Milsom Street, Bath BA1 1DN.

Tomato designer Keith Gray, a recent graduate from Central St Martin’s College of Art and Design, exhibits his Invisible Map on the windows of the Tomato building until 4 August.

Venue: The Tomato Building, 29-35 Lexington Street, London W1.

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