The British Council’s Designed for Use exhibition, a forum for British-designed products that are integral to business success, takes place in Zurich from 13-15 November. Factory Design, Ideo, Priestman Goode, Seymour Powell and Tangerine are among the UK design consultancies exhibiting products.
Contact: The website at www. britishcouncil.org/arts/design/ designedforuse.htm or call Aravec Clarke on 020 7389 3153.
Paintings of people who appear to be in a semi-conscious state of happiness by London-based Turkish graphic artist Gokhan Burhan show at Hangover from 12 November until 12 December. Venue: Time, 7a College Approach, London SE10.
Victor Pasmore, an influential member of the 1950s Constructionist movement in Britain, was commissioned to design a new housing estate in County Durham in 1954. The centrepiece of the estate, the Apollo Pavilion, was a symbol of hope for post-war living until its demise in 1978, when it sank into disrepair. The Developing Process: The Pasmore Pavilion at Peterlee re-examines the artistic process of Pasmore’s work, until 5 December.
Venue: Architectural Association, 36 Bedford Square, London WC1.
Lines of Continuity celebrates the comic book medium. The exhibition continues until 30 November.
Venue: Atrium Gallery, Glasgow School of Art, 167 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6RQ.