The Herbert, Jordan Well, Coventry city centre: La Bouche Du Roi - an artwork made of plastic petrol can masks by Romuald Hazoume, until May 31. China: Journey to the East - a British Museum touring exhibition, until July 19. 024 7683 2386.
The Lock Gallery, Coventry Canal Basin, Coventry: Christine Baylis, until May 16.
Mead Gallery, Warwick University: Afterwards - works by more than 20 artists exploring the concept of Nachtraglichkeit, until June 21. 024 7652 4524..
WARWICKSHIRE Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, The Parade, Leamington: The Singh Twins: Art In Motion - retrospective of works inspired by the Indian miniature tradition, until May 24. 01926 742700.
Museum & Art Gallery, Riversley Park, Nuneaton: Perspective by Stuart Bush - contemporary oil paintings, until May 17. Festival of Arts 2009 - photography, until May 24. 024 7635 0720.
Our White Room art gallery, Churchside Arcade, Rugby: Step Into Spring - a changing display of artworks from regional artists. 01788 573677.
Rugby Art Gallery, Little Elborow Street,
Rugby: Rugby Collection - annual exhibition showcasing works from the town's big name collection, until June 21. Rugby Decorative and Fine Art Society, until May 11. The Percival Guildhouse - paintings, drawings, textiles and jewellery. May 11 until May 24. 01788 533201.
The White Room Gallery, Regent Street, Leamington: Limited edition prints by Jack Vettriano.
OTHER AREAS Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham University: Northern Lights - Swedish Landscapes from the Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, until May 31..
0121 414 7333.
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Chamberlain Square: The Story Of The Supremes from the Mary Wilson Collection, until June 7. Burne Jones - the Perseus Series - eight paintings on loan from the Staatsgalerie in Stuttgart, until October 4.
0121 303 2834.
Ikon Gallery, Oozells Square, Brindleyplace, Birmingham: Tale-pieces - first exhibition devoted to the vignettes of British wood engraver, artist and naturalist Thomas Bewick. John Wood and Paul Harrison - works using drawings and diagramattic models, until May 25. 0121 248 0708.
Ikon Eastside, Fazeley Street, Digbeth,
Birmingham: My Very Own Cinema -Polish filmmaker Jozef Robakowski. Today until June 7.
Ikon at Perrott's Folly, Edgbaston: Drawn Forward - works by Sofia Hulten, until May 24.
Milton Keynes Gallery: James Lee Byars - works on paper, sculptures and film documentation of the late artist's work, until June 21. 01908 676900.
The New Art Gallery, Gallery Square, Walsall: Jacob Epstein - watercolours and drawings interpreting the Old Testament, until May 31. 01922 654400.
Three White Walls, The Mailbox, Birmingham: Stranger by Faye Claridge - photographs of the Morris men of Bedfordshire, until May 26..