Marking the opening of The Box, a new cultural centre in Plymouth, this inaugural show titled Making It features six artists from across the globe. The focus is on how and why artists such as Leonor Antunes, Kehinde Wiley and Antony Gormley handmake their work – or don’t – referencing the city’s craft history.
Close date TBC, at The Box, Plymouth
Blow, Bound & Bold
This solo show by engineer-turned-artist Chris Day binds together glass, ceramics and metal to create sculptures exploring Black history and personal identity. Discover more in our interview with the artist.
Until 31 October at Vessel, London
The Ainu Collection
For the launch of new London gallery space SoShiro, founder Shiro Muchiri has gathered together furniture, homewares and crafted objects by the Indigenous people of Northern Japan, displayed across five floors of the Georgian townhouse in Marylebone.
Until 31 December at SoShiro, London
Blanc de Chine - Contemporary
For those who have coveted pieces in the V&A’s exhibition Blanc de Chine, a Continuous Conversation, now is your chance to take work by its featured artists home. Ting-Ying Gallery and the Scottish Gallery have teamed up to present work by ceramic artists from Dehua in China – home to blanc de Chine porcelain – and from the UK.
Until 24 October at the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh