See ... Schizophrenia as its sufferers see it. The Imagination Unchained exhibition is the result of a competition organised by Understanding Schizophrenia, an educational campaign to improve understanding of the most common severe mental illness in the UK. The 100 works, which were selected by Jeremy Lewison of the Tate Gallery, the Courtauld Institute's Dr Sarah Wilson, and schizophrenia experts Judith Baptiste and Professor Julian Leff, reflect not only pain but humour. To 21 Feb, Gallery 47, 47 Great Russell Street, London WC1, 0171-371 1510.

Catch ... some wild still life. Seventy rarely viewed watercolours, drawings and sketchbooks from the Natural History Museum will be on display in "Images from Nature". Highlights include the paintings of the Bauer Brothers and Sydney Parkinson's depictions of the exotic flora and fauna from Cook's voyage to Australia. To 20 Feb, The Book Room, Christie's, 8 King Street, London SW1.