Exhibitions

Britart.com opens its new gallery space with The Doughnut Concept: Creativity & Commerce from 3-20 May, which explores how business encourages creative initiative in the workplace.

Britart.com opens its new gallery space with The Doughnut Concept: Creativity & Commerce from 3-20 May, which explores how business encourages creative initiative in the workplace.

Venue: Britart.com, 60-62 Commercial Street, London E1.

Tokyo Life, London Life, until 31 May, is an extravaganza of Japanese culture. It features artists, designers and photographers, including window installations by design group Tomato and designer Koji Mizutani.

Contact: www.selfridges.com or telephone 0800 123400.

Venue: Selfridges, 400 Oxford Street, London W1.

Night Cries: A Rural Tragedy, Heaven, Artist, Lip brings together works by Australian film-maker and photographer Tracey Moffatt, at the Wapping Project. The exhibition runs from 4 May until 3 June.

Venue: Wapping Hydraulic Power Station, Wapping Wall, London E1.

An exhibition of colour photography by Ben Graville explores the architectural style and atmosphere of “life in the local”. Bars North, South, America, Europe runs until 25 May.

Venue: Islington Arts Factory, 2 Parkhurst Road, London N7.

A showcase exhibition of illustration from the Arena Art & Design Studio continues until 20 May. Show off looks at publishing, packaging, advertising and greetings cards work by the warehouse collective of 50 artists, craftspeople and designers based in the north-west of England.

Venue: Huyton Gallery, Civic Way, Huyton, Merseyside L36 9GD.

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