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Friday 10 May It is your last chance to see Tony Martin’s bronze, aluminium, glass and Perspex sculptures at the Raw gallery.

Friday 10 May

It is your last chance to see Tony Martin’s bronze, aluminium, glass and Perspex sculptures at the Raw gallery. Many of them are inspired by the seven deadly sins, especially greed and sloth. Until 11 May.

Venue: Raw Gallery, 7 Gainsford Street, London SE1.

Details: 0171-357 7570.

Monday 13 May

Got that spring feeling? Visit Wall Flowers, a photography exhibition of floral images by professional photographers. Until 24 May.

Venue: The Association of

Photographers, 9-10 Domingo Street, London EC1.

Details: 0171-608 1445.

Tuesday 14 May

If you are in Bath, pop into the Big Skirts of Green Sea exhibition by Carole Waller and Nuala Jamison. Waller displays paintings and painted clothes inspired by a recent trip to the Amazon and the Incas of Peru, while Jamison shows jewellery made from pebbles and silver-magnesium alloy. Until 3 June.

Venue: 6, Chapel Row, off Queen Square, Bath BA1 1HN.

Details: 01225 337900.

Tuesday 14 May

For those of you in London, The Creative Show opens today. Masterclasses and debates of current creative issues will take place alongside award-winning showreels from advertising festivals, and CD-ROM and Internet presentations. Until 16 May.

Venue: Royal Horticultural Halls, 80, Vincent Square, London SW1.

Details: 0171-287 5678.

Wednesday 15 May

Perhaps Cabin Fever could be for you? Newly commissioned work by artists from Europe and Canada is on display, curated by students from the Royal College of Art. Each artist had to gain inspiration from the starting point of a 30-second extract from The Shining.

Venue: Henry Moore Gallery, Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Details: 0171-584 5020.

Thursday 16 May

How about the Langlands & Bell exhibition at the Serpentine? It is the first major collaboration between British artists Ben Langlands and Nikki Bell. Their wall-mounted reliefs and furniture focus on how architecture and built-up environments affect human behaviour. Taking place at the RIBA Architecture Centre on Tuesday 21 May is the lecture Collapsing Time by Bell and Langlands.

Venue: Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London W2.

Details: 0171-723 9072.

RIBA: 0171-580 5533.

Future Dates

Monday 20 May

The Social Market Foundation is holding a conference titled Design Decisions, Effective Public Purchasing. Among the speakers are Ian Taylor, Under-Secretary of State for Science and Technology, John Sorrell, chairman of the Design Council, and Alice Rawsthorn, design correspondent at The Financial Times.

Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Parliament Square, London SW1.

Details: 0171-222 7060.

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