Art Abstracts, Atlantic House, 135 Putney High Street. A new gallery displays some of the best abstract art in London. Every Sunday 11am-6pm.

The Barbara Stanley Gallery, 271 Upper Richmond Road, Putney, 020 789 8088. A new gallery which promises to specialise in art and artists from Ireland. Phone for times.

Clapham Art Gallery, Venn Street, Clapham. Dan McDermott, New Paintings II. Following the success of his debut show at the gallery last year Dan returns with a collection of new works, until April 27.

Paul Catherall: London Linos. Third exhibition for the artist who has built a reputation for his presentations of major London landmarks in lino, April 30-May 25, Tue-Sat 1pm-9pm, Sun 1pm-5pm.

Croydon Clocktower, Katherine Street, Croydon. 020 8253 1030. Celebrating Boxes The inside of contemporary box making. International exhibition brings together the skill and inventiveness of 80 boxmakers from 15 countries. £3 (£1.50 children under 16 and other concs), family £8 (2 adults and up to 4 children), under 5s free; happy hours Wednesday and Sunday 3pm to 5pm. Until May 6.

A Celebration in Photography, by Wendy Mayflower. Exhibition of the majestic views from Crystal Palace Park, the last open space of sout east London's historic ridge. Cafe Opera Gallery, until June 10, 9.30pm-5.30pm Tues-Sat, 1-5pm Sun. Free.

Phipson's Croydon. Exhibition of watercolours by Evacustes Arthur Phipson, prolific artist, socialist and idealist of the late 19th-early 20th century. Lifetimes Museum until Sept 22, daily 11am-5pm. Free.

De Morgan Centre, West Hill Library, SW18. A new permanent exhibition of artworks by south London artists William and Evelyn de Morgan, Mon-Wed noon-6pm, Fri-Sat 10am-5pm.

Hampton Hill Gallery, Hampton Hill High Street. 020 8979 3705. Jean Glenn Mitchell. Former equine artist has turned his hand to wonderful paintings of Hampton Court and the surrounding area.

Kingston Museum, Wheatfield Way, Kingston, 020 8546 1229. Exhibition of Korean masks and costume. This colourful display will include a large collection of religious and artistic masks brought especially from the Andong Mask Museum in Korea and not seen here before. Opens today, until May 26.

Museum of Richmond, Old Town Hall, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond. 020 8332 1141. Stage by Stage Richmond's Theatrical Heritage. A look at all the theatres known to have existed in Richmond since Elizabethan times. 11am-5 pm (Tues-Sat). £2 (conc £1), under 16s free. Until June 30.

Orleans House Gallery, Riverside, Twickenham. Art, Age and Gender. Germaine Greer, artist Jenny Saville and art historian Frances Borzello are amongst the selection panel for this unique open exhibition of over 100 paintings, photographs, sculptures and installations exploring the themes of art, age and gender. Organised with the Foundation for Women's Art, the exhibition coincides with the second UN Assembly on Ageing. Main gallery, April 27 to June 30.

Creative Rebels. Jude Singleton and Jeremy Miles Burnett. A surreal display of humorous carved sculptures presented in 3D comic book form, Tue-Sat 1pm-5.30 pm, Sun & Bank Holidays 2pm-5.30pm, until May 5, Stables Gallery.

Public Record Office, Ruskin Avenue, Kew. Coronation and Commonwealth. An exhibition of some of the PRO's documents from the 1950s. It explores some of the themes of the decade, including the space race, the Cold War, Suez, the Festival of Britain and the building of a post-war "brave new world". Until November 17.

Pump House Gallery, Pump House Gallery, Battersea Park, London, 020 7350 0523. Flatlands. Borrowing styles and techniques associated with comic strips/cartoons, instruction manuals and graphic design, six artists present paintings, prints and site specific wall works. Until May 19, Wed-Sun 11am-5pm, Sat 11am-4pm.

Richmond Printmakers, Church Terrace (off Red Lion Street), Richmond. 020 8948 3008. Works by Audrey Curran, until April 28. Wed-Sat 10am-6pm, Sunday, 11am-5pm.

Riverside Gallery, Old Town Hall, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond. 020 8831 6138. Exhibition by Sue Ribbans, April 29-June 1. Free. Monday April 29 Saturday, June 1, Mon-Sat, 10 am-5 pm, Sun and Bank Holidays 10 am-1.30 pm.

Robert Phillips Gallery, Riverhouse Barn, Manor Road, Walton on Thames. Caroline Bays: Recent Paintings and Drawings. Until April 28, Weds-Sat 11am-4pm, Sun 2pm-4pm.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Eco-Architecture/Eco-Cities by Kisho Kurokawa. £4.50-£6.50, 9.30am-5.30pm, 020 8322 5607/5619, Until May 6.

Wandsworth Museum, Garratt Lane, SW18,020 8871 7074. The Story of Wandsworth. Tells the story of Wandsworth from prehistoric times to the present day, Tue-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 2pm-5pm, free.

World Wildlife Trust Gallery, Wetland Centre, Queen Elizabeth's Walk, Barnes. Colin See-Payton. Exhibition of work by one of the countries leading wood engravers. Until April 28, 9am-5.30pm, £4-£17.50.

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