Contemporary British furniture, lighting and household accessories are on show at An Englishman in Britain. All products have been manufactured in Britain by designers including Jasper Morrison, Nick Crosbie and Nigel Coates (whose Mr and Mrs Prickly are pictured below). The exhibition will be opened by James Dyson on 28 May and will run until 20 June.
Venue: Purves & Purves, 80-81 & 83 Tottenham Court Road, London W1.
The Seven Deadly Venoms is a group show by the Ikonoklast Movement, an aerosol/graffiti art organisation. The movement aims to dispel the preconceived image of the aerosol/graffiti culture. From 30 May until 12 June.
Venue: The Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Birmingham B9 4AA.
Art for God Sake is an exhibition of work by illustrator, engraver and painter Cornelius Browne. His work examines contemporary Christianity using acrylics, pastels and relief paint, which reflect his African origin and influences. From 1-13 June.
Venue: The Coningsby Gallery, 30 Tottenham Street, London N9.