London Living City, an interactive exhibition, runs from 3 April until 8 July. It aims to provide thought provoking ideas and practical solutions for the new breed of 24-hour cities where many of us live. The exhibition will be solar-powered and a monitor will chart the amount of energy and resources coming in and out of the building.
Venue: Gallery 1 and Florence Gallery, Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, London W1.
Alive, until 12 May, is an exhibition of life drawings illustrating the powerful role that drawing can play in the creative development of younger people. The work has been produced by the Royal Academy of Arts and the Yakult Outreach Programme, a scheme that runs workshops in primary and secondary schools across the UK.
Venue: Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London W1.
New work by young contemporaries is exhibited until 29 April at Louder than Bombs Part II.
Venue: Millais Gallery, Southampton Institute, East Park Terrace, Southampton SO14 0YN.
Finnish photographer Jukka Male‘s latest work is a moving insight into the lives of people affected by the break-up of the former Yugoslavia. Other shows until 28 April.
Venue: Tom Blau Gallery, 21 Queen Street, London SE1.
Wolf Suschitzky – Life in Photography runs until 29 April. Suschitzky made his name with his no frills portraits of people and animals, but also worked as a film cameraman.
Venue: Focus Gallery, 43 Museum Street, London WC1.