Exhibitions

Do Blondes have more fun? Decide for yourself at an exhibition, from 6 March until 26 April, based on Joanna Pitman’s new book of the same name, which celebrates the fair-haired, from glamour to grunge.

Venue: Getty Images Gallery, 3 Jubilee Place, London SW3.

Exploring architecture as an art form is the aim of Birds Portchmouth Russum, Chetwood Associates and Ushida Findlay as they present projects in a gallery setting at Architecture: The Art of Living from 7-21 March.

Venue: A22 Gallery, 22 Laystall Street, London EC1.

Scottish interactive television and Web designers Flammable Jam present a new interactive promo The Life of Pi, showing from 6 March until 20 April.

Venue: The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow G1 3NU.

Philippe Starck (pictured getting to ‘nose’ Eurostar) holds a retrospective exhibition of his work in Paris until 12 May, to celebrate his appointment as Eurostar’s artistic director. And you can check out the Starck effect in the Eurostar business lounges at Waterloo International on your way through.

Contact: www.eurostar.com and www.centrepompidou.fr for further details.

Venue: South Gallery, Pompidou Centre, Place Georges Pompidou, 75004 Paris.

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