Textile designer Anne Sutton’s work is showcased during Weaving, Wit and Logic. The exhibition, which is on until 18 January 2004, explores the development of her 50-year career and includes over 100 pieces.

Venue: Crafts Council Gallery, 44a Pentonville Road, London N1.

Educational Books, until 29 November, is an exhibition of photographs and illustrations that features the work of Alice Hawkins, Richard Kern and Charles Raymond. It brings together three generations of artistic approaches to intimate image-making.

Venue: Hotel, 53a Old Bethnal Green Road, London E2.

The Milanese artist Marco Petrus’ new paintings and drawings are being shown during his solo exhibition London Suspended from 7 November until 23 December.

Venue: Barbara Behan Contemporary Art, 50 Moreton Street, London SW1.

Robert Stewart‘s iconic 1950s textiles, which influenced fashion, ceramics and interior design, are displayed from 10-28 November.

Venue: Goldsmith’s College, University of London, London SE14.

Three teams of designers and manufacturers display a new range of classroom furniture as part of Furniture for the Future from 8 November until 7 December.

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

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