Why not visit the Serpentine Gallery’s final inside out programme, before the gallery re-opens? Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata has produced an installation for the Serpentine’s lawn made of materials salvaged from the gallery before its renovation. Until 7 September.

Venue: Serpentine Gallery Lawn, Kensington Gardens, London W2.

Alternatively, you could pop down to The Air Gallery to view a collection of paintings by Adrian Hemming. Landscape and Memory comprises landscape paintings inspired by the artist’s travels to a diverse range of countries including Mexico and Australia. Until 6 September.

Venue: The Air Gallery, 32 Dover Street, London W1.

Two exhibitions are on display at the Economist Plaza. The first is We Aim For The Truth and Whatever We do Has Consequences by John Plowman. The second is The Mibus Collection by Adrian Mibus, who has amassed a collection of Sixties pop furniture and art. Furniture on display includes the elephant chair, Joe sofa and lips sofa. Until 17 August.

Venue: The Economist Plaza, 25 St James’ Street, London SW1.

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