Liberty is mounting an exhibition of New British Design to mark the opening of its Modern Furniture Gallery. Michael Sodeau, Inflate and Rock Galpin of Studio Orange are among those showing work. The exhibition runs from 10-20 September.
Venue: Fourth floor, Liberty, 214 Regent Street, London W1.
To mark the opening of the Artezium arts and media centre in Luton, Light Rain an art and architecture collaboration created from 6000 coloured road reflectors has been installed. The work was created by Tim Lomax and Tim Head. The work will be a permanent exhibit from 11 September.
Venue: Artezium, 29 Upper George Street, Luton LU1 2RD.
An exhibition of illustrations by artist Christian Birmingham will be on display until 25 September. The illustrations are included in a new children’s book, A Baby for Grace, written by Ian Whybrow and published by Kingfisher.
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Venue: The Artworks, 70 Rosaline Road, London SW6.
Mass and Symphony is Mark Firth’s first solo exhibition. Firth was trained as a mathematician and engineer and is fascinated by the infinite number of ways in which cubes can be reshaped and cut, bored and turned. The exhibition shows his aluminium wall-hanging cubes, which are polished and etched, some with hand-drawn images. The exhibition runs from 9 September until 9 October.
Venue: Jill George Gallery, 38 Lexington Street, London W1.