The final in a series of a photo exhibitions about the fields of WW1 battles is currently on display in the City of London Guildhall yard.
In the foyer of the a Canary Wharf skyscraper can be found a range of photos that mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Association of Photographers (AOP).
Adoring crowds worshiping 1980s computer monitors as mothers to be stare at smartphone screens and dejected computerised youths slump in the street. This is an exhibition by the Belfast based street artist and printmaker, Leo Boyd.
It's 1930s America, the country is in recession, and photographers are sent out to record what is going on, only to have much of their work censored.
A London artist is using clay being dug up on the Thames Tideway Tunnel, the 25km super sewer, to create ceramic artwork.
You've probably seen Paul Catherall's art somewhere, even if you didn't know the distinctive style was the work of one man. To mark 20 years of Linocuts, there's currently exhibition devoted to his works.
A derelict hotel in the centre of London has become a venue for an art exhibition that explores the nature of luxury consumption and the future of society.
An exhibition about fonts and typography has opened in Shoreditch, in an old hall that's now a cafe.
The disused platform at Gloucester Road Underground station is set to get a major new art exhibition, with the first public commission by the British artist Heather Phillipson.
There's a small exhibition at the moment in The Barbican showing off photos taken inside the famous music studios at Abbey Road.
To mark its reopening following refurbishment works, the brutalist heart of the Southbank has thrown open its backstage to the public for an artistic minded tour.
An empty hotel with raw concrete spaces is to become the venue for a new "multisensory exhibition" that just about sounds intriguing enough to visit.
If your pockets are deeper than the Mariana Trench then you might be excited to know that the iconic Man Ray poster design for London Underground is being sold by an auction house.
A series of stunning watercolours of Westminster Abbey have gone on display, inside the Abbey they depict, and unlike the main building, they're in a part that few realise is free to visit.
A notable scientist has been remembered in an exhibition that is half artwork and half science display.