COVENTRY Coventry Transport Museum The Coventry Transport Museum (formerly known as the Museum of British Road Transport) is a major motor museum, located in Coventry, England. It houses the most extensive collection of British-made road transport in the world. : Doctor Who Exhibition. 0871 976 9461.
The Herbert, Jordan Well, Coventry city centre: La Bouche Du Roi La Bouche du Roi (French - the king's mouth) may be:
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petrol can petrol (Brit) n masks by Romuald Hazoume, until May 31. China: Journey to the East - a British Museum British Museum, the national repository in London for treasures in science and art. Located in the Bloomsbury section of the city, it has departments of antiquities, prints and drawings, coins and medals, and ethnography. 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 The Barber Institute of Fine Arts is an art gallery and concert hall in Birmingham, England. It is situated in purpose-built premises on the campus of the University of Birmingham. , 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 James Lee Byars (1932 - May 23 1997) was a modern artist specializing in installation sculpture and in performance art. His works include "The Death of James Lee Byars" and "The Perfect Smile". - 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..