Girls just want to have fun; Blood & Glitter; Spectrum; Hubble’s Universe; Brazil Incarnate and Faith

Girls just want to have fun from 6 April until 5 May, focuses on Tatyana Murray’s striking sculptures of Perspex, hydrocal, varnishes and resin.

Venue: Blains Fine Art, 23 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London W1.

Music photographer Mick Rock brings together his work from 1972-77 at the exhibition Blood & Glitter, from 5 April until 6 May. The book, of the same name, by Mick Rock, is published on 11 April by Vision On.

Venue: Proud Galleries, 5 Buckingham Street, London WC2.

Spectrum, the first show in a series on colour from design consultancy Johnson Turnbull, focuses on the creative energy of founders Chris Turnbull and Steve Johnson, from 6-13 April.

Venue: Pennybank Chambers, 35 St John’s Square, London EC1.

Recent images from the Hubble Space Telescope feature at Hubble’s Universe until 12 May.

Venue: The Blue Gallery, 28/29 Great Sutton Street, London EC1.

Brazil Incarnate and Faith, from 2-21 April, is an exhibition package exploring two controversial themes through photography. Christopher Pillitz looks at the sexuality of Brazil and Mike Abrahams examines Christianity.

Venue: Association of Photographers gallery, 81 Leonard Street, London EC2.

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