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Saturday 2 November Dance fans in Bath might like the Eleni Leoussi dance photography exhibition. Her black and white photographs focus on the spirit and form of contemporary dancers and their performance, and includes CandoCo, DV8, Richard Alston and the

Saturday 2 November

Dance fans in Bath might like the Eleni Leoussi dance photography exhibition. Her black and white photographs focus on the spirit and form of contemporary dancers and their performance, and includes CandoCo, DV8, Richard Alston and the London Contemporary Dance Theatre. Until 25 November.

Venue: Six Chapel Row, Bath BA1 1HN.

Details: 01225 337900.

Sunday 3 November

And fans of tall anorexic figures should definitely catch this major Alberto Giacometti retrospective, which includes sculpture, painting and drawings. Until 1 January.

Venue: Royal Academy Of Arts, Piccadilly, London W1.

Details: 0171-494 5615.

Monday 4 November

Published recently is the International Lighting Design book by Jeremy Myerson. The book is divided into three sections, the first looking at the architecture of light, the second art of the decorative and the third tailored to the task. Included within these topics are various projects and company profiles. Published by Laurence King and priced 30.

Tuesday 5 November

Still time to catch About Face, an exhibition of work by Tom Smith. On display is a range of Smith’s caricatures, including Marilyn Monroe, Bette Davies, Sean Connery and Jack Nicholson. Until 17 November.

Venue: Museum of the Moving Image, South Bank, Waterloo, London SE1.

Details: 0171-815 1332.

Wednesday 6 November

The first of the Towards Sustainable Product Design series takes place today, with Hans Peter Becker, managing director of Wilkhahn, discussing the manufacturer’s philosophy and operations.

Venue: The Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Details: Anne Chick on 01252 732229.

Wednesday 6 November

Or perhaps Harry Hollington’s exhibition of new paintings and drawings could be for you? Hollington focuses on figurative and still-life studies which have a classical element to them. Until 29 November.

Venue: Jill George Gallery, 38 Lexington Street, London W1.

Details: 0171-439 7343.

Thursday 7 November

How about the exhibition at the Goethe-Institut titled Artintact, an interactive art magazine created by ZKM? Visitors can become new media users and create and manipulate images as well as view the interactive magazine. Until 30 November.

Venue: Goethe-Institut, 50 Princes Gate, Exhibition Road, London SW7.

Details: 0171-411 3400.

Thursday 7 November

Alternatively, you could view 100 Years of Print Publishing at the Royal College of Art, which opens today. This traces the college’s involvement with print from the Victorian printmaker, Sir Frank Short, through to Professor Alastair Grant. All images are from the V&A’s collection. Until 30 March.

Venue: Henry Cole Wing, Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7.

Details: 0171-590 4500.

Future Dates

Tuesday 12 November

For those of you into poster art, Christie’s is holding The Stanley Caidin vintage film poster sale which spans 70 years of films and is titled Classics of the Silver Screen. Want to own a French Frankenstein poster, a version of the 1940’s Pinocchio, a US one-sheet of Birth of a Nation or a poster of Casablanca? Then this is the place for you.

Venue: Christie’s, 85 Brompton Road, London SW7.

Details: 0171-321 3120.

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