Glasgow 1999 UK City of Architecture and Design begins its exhibition programme with Winning: the Design of Sports. The event looks at the relationship between sport and design from the design of Formula One racing cars to graphics and advertising. A book of the same title is available through Laurence King and retails at 19.95. The exhibition runs until 5 April.
Contact: 0141-287 7346.
Venue: McLellan Galleries, 270 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3EH.
A selling exhibition of work by ZPM shows from 10 January until 14 February. ZPM designs practical and original bathroom, travel and cosmetic bags which are transformed through the use of optical fibres in wild colours.
Venue: Ground floor foyer, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2.
Limited editions by British artists are displayed at The Multiple Store: the first collection. The Multiple Store is an arts organisation bringing contemporary art to collectors at affordable prices. The work will be on show until mid January and tour throughout the rest of 1999.
Contact: Sally Townsend on 0171-514 7258.
Venue: Institute of Contemporary Arts Foyer, The Mall, London SW1.
Richard Wentworth’s Thinking Aloud exhibition shows from 9 January until 28 February. Wentworth has assembled a collection of objects and artworks and asks the viewer to look at the artworks in a new context.
Contact: 0161-200 1500.
Venue: Cornerhouse, 70 Oxford Street, Manchester M1 5NH.