In That’s Art?… Our Child Could Do That! Peter Stanick puts a sardonic spin on Sixties Pop Art. His brightly-coloured and crafted work questions the presentation of art in the fashion-conscious, media-obsessed Nineties. Until 18 October.

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

Humour and aesthetics are key elements in Winners and Losers, an exhibition of multimedia work by Jane Goodwin. A combination of video and slide projection, photography and three-dimensional objects is used to highlight the structure of power and influence in the City. Until 26 October.

Venue: Tram Depot Gallery, 38-40 Upper Clapton Road, Hackney, London E5.

View an exhibition of posters, emblems and working drawings by Anglo-Jewry’s foremost designer, in the show Abram Games – Designs for Jewry. This exhibition is a tribute to Games who died in August.

Venue: The Sternberg Centre for Judaism, 80 East End Road, London N3.

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