Photographer and graphic designer Carl Fisher is holding his first UK exhibition Photographs 1963-1977 until 14 May. The show presents a selection of work including a series of iconic images created for magazines.
Venue: The Gallery at Pentagram, 11 Needham Road, London W11.
Hooked on Books, from 30 April until 30 August, explores fundamental questions related to book collecting by looking at the library of British architect Sir John Soane.
Venue: Weston Gallery, D.H. Lawrence Pavilion, Lakeside Arts Centre, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD.
From 1 May-19 June, Occupation Theory features news paintings, sculptures, prints and toys by Frank Kozik, who takes a provocative look at the cultural ephemera we may have had if the likes of Hitler had prevailed.
Venue: The Aquarium, 10 Woburn Walk, London WC1.
London Brighton New York, until 29 May, features the work of printmaker Paul Catherall, who has produced illustrations of landmarks of the three cities, showing structures that are part of our everyday urban landscape.
Venue: Clapham Art Gallery, 61 Venn Street, London SW4.
MDF Italia launches its new furniture collection with an exhibition entitled Seeing Red – Power and Discovery: An exploration of contemporary furniture design, that runs from 7-22 May.
Venue: Viaduct, 1-10 Summers Street, London EC1.
Apu150, until 2 May, is an exhibition showcasing Paul Murphy’s 150 drawings of Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, the manager of the Kwik-E-Mart in The Simpsons. The drawings are based around a mass-produced plastic figure of Apu that was given away with a Burger King Children’s meal.
Venue: Transition, 110a Lauriston Road, London E9.