In A Feast of Words, Kirsten Burke chose to exhibit a series of texts and quotes within the simplistic interior of All Bar One designed by Phillip Harrison. Her work is on display until 10 May.
Venue: All Bar One, 11 Hill Street, Richmond, Surrey TW9 1SY.
Exploring the concept of the void, Anish Kapoor displays sculptures of work in stone, marble, pigment, stainless steel and plaster. Kapoor won the Turner Prize in 1991. Showing until 14 June.
Venue: Hayward Gallery, South Bank Centre, London SE1.
The Humanistic Aesthetic covers the various aspects of hand-crafted Scandinavian applied art and design of the 1940s and 1950s. Showing until 16 May.
Venue: Target Gallery, 7 Windmill Street, London W1.
Illustrations and paintings by Doug Patterson will be on display from 7-23 May. His work was inspired by palaces, temples, architectural follies and people from India, Morocco, Thailand, Egypt, USA and Croatia.
Venue: Highgate Fine Art, 26 Highgate High Street, London N6.