Exhibitions

Pyramids of Mars; Direction 2001; Alexis Deacon; Art & Design; Tell Me a Picture; Game Boy Color Photographic Awards

Pyramids of Mars, until 25 March, features an international group of artists whose work aims to change people’s lives in practical and imaginative ways.

Venue: The Curve, Barbican Centre, Silk Street, London EC2.

Direction 2001 is a showcase of work by current students and recent graduates from Central St Martins College of Art & Design. It runs until 16 March.

Venue: Lethaby Galleries, CSM, Southampton Row, London WC1.

Recent work by illustrator Alexis Deacon shows until 15 February.

Venue: Gabriele Skelton, Roberts House, 103 Hammersmith Road, London W14.

Brothers Ralph Ball and Keith Ball, one a designer and the other a fine artist, exhibit a combination of their work at Art & Design from 14-22 February.

Venue: Sotheby’s Contemporary gallery, 34-35 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1.

Illustrator Quentin Blake has assembled an alphabetical anthology of 26 pictures for Tell Me a Picture, which runs from 14 February until 17 June. The exhibition is accompanied by a book priced at £9.95.

Venue: The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2.

Finalists’ work for the Game Boy Color Photographic Awards will be shown on 9 February and on the website (www.the cakegroup.com).

Venue: Candid Arts, 3 Torrens Street, London EC1.

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