Saturday 22 May 1999
Surfing History is at the Eagle Gallery, 159 Farringdon Road, London WC1 (0171-833 2674) until 28 May
ACCLAIMED DESIGN trio El Ultimo Grito have collaborated with Wireworks to come up with a new collection of startlingly named artefacts: "Killing Me Softly" is an ashtray with an elevated cigarette holder, "Time Flies" an aluminium wall clock, while "Marilyn (I can see your knickers)" is, naturally enough, a chair.
Nobody Flies This Way: El Ultimo Grito is at The Bridge@ Same, 146 Brick Lane, London E1 (0171-247 9992) until 13 June
PETER COKE creates thrillingly intricate shell artefacts: pictures, obelisks, and Faberge-inspired "flower" arrangements in vases. Witty and (extraordinarily) pretty.
At O'Shea Gallery, 120a Mount Street, London W1 (0171-629 1122) until 28 May
Arts & Ents blogs
- 1 Australia to impose 24-hour curfew on all cats to protect endangered species
- 2 Model's video shoot on the beach interrupted by sudden landing of a group of illegal migrants
- 3 The difference between a psychopath and a sociopath
- 4 MH370: Boeing 777 wing that could match missing plane found on the French island of Reunion
- 5 'Killer robots' with AI must be banned, urge Stephen Hawking, Noam Chomsky and thousands of others in open letter
Frank Ocean, where's that new album at?
Donovan interview: The singer is releasing a greatest hits album to mark his 50th year in folk
Jesse Pinkman's meth den house from Breaking Bad is yours for $1.6 million
Top Gear: Jenson Button reportedly joining Chris Evans as replacement host
R Kelly's Ignition (Remix) is the most nostalgic song going, according to Spotify
Yvette Cooper: Our choice is years of Tory rule under Jeremy Corbyn – or a return to a Labour government
Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn says 'we can learn a great deal from Karl Marx'
I am the Jeremy Corbyn supporter that many will tell you doesn't exist
Public anger after French sunbather beaten up by gang for wearing a bikini in Reims park
Labour leadership: New poll shows party is now even 'less electable' than under Ed Miliband
Labour leadership contest: I would never quit the party, says Liz Kendall