Paul Smith, Kate Moss and David Bowie help to celebrate four decades of the Mini with the exhibition Mini: 40 years of a design icon, from 8 February until 9 May. Smith, Moss and Bowie have bestowed 1990s cool on the 1950s car, through striking but classically chic designs. The exhibition also features the winning creation of the national competition, Mini Design.
Venue: Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames, London SE1.
Artists represented by The Organisation exhibit their illustration work on the theme of love at Adore from 9-11 February. Over 50 artists from all over the world use various styles and techniques.
Contact: The Organisation on 0171-833 8268.
Venue: Diorama Arts Gallery, 34 Osnaburgh Street, London NW1.
Work by each of the shortlisted artists for the Citibank Private Bank Photography Prize will be on display from 6 February until 27 March. One of the five artists will be awarded the 10 000 prize on 9 March, for making the most significant contribution to the medium of photography over the past year.
Venue: The Photographers’ Gallery, 5 Great Newport Street, London WC2.
Erotic Valentine is a celebration of love, lust, art and sex, according to curator and gallery owner John Bloxham. Etchings, oil paintings, sculptures, graphics and photography by artists such as Julian Murphy (pictured) and Jane Quinn will be on display from 11 February until 27 March.
Venue: The Bloxham Galleries, 4-5 The Parade, St John’s Hill, London SW11.