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DIARY: London

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A regional guide to current and forthcoming exhibitions, lectures, conferences and seminars, selected to meet readers' cpd needs. Information for nclusion should be sent to Andrew Mead at The Architects' Journal at least two weeks before publication.

Louise Bourgeois Until 10 January. Sculptures and installations at the Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, W2. Details 0171 298 1515.

Robert Le Ricolais: Visions and Paradox 11 January-5 February. An exhibition at the aa, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1 (0171 887 4039).

AA Photo Library: New Contributors 11 January-5 February. An exhibition at the aa, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1.

Society of Designer Craftsmen 13-24 January. An exhibition at the Mall Galleries, SW1. Details 0171 739 3663.

Urban Regeneration: Past, Present & Future Wednesday 13 January, 18.30. A udg event at 77 Cowcross St, EC1. Details 01235 851415.

riba Awards 1998 Until 16 January. An exhibition at the riba, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details 0171 580 5533.

Theodore Zeldin Tuesday 19 January, 19.00. A lecture at the rca, SW7. Tickets (free) 0171 590 4273.

Rachel Whiteread Until 15 January. Sculptures and photographs at Anthony D'Offay, 9, 21 and 24 Dering St, W1. Details 0171 499 4100.

Kenneth Martin 19 January-20 February. Constructivist paintings and mobiles at Annely Juda Fine Art, 23 Dering St, W1 (0171 629 7578).

Occupational Health and Safety Culture in Construction Tuesday 19 January. A Construction Productivity Network workshop at 1 Gt George St,

SW1. Details Torgun Cane 0171 222 0445.

Modern Britian 1929-1939 20 January-6 June. An inter-disciplinary survey of Modern Movement activity. At the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1. Details 0171 403 6933.

Adrian Wisniewski: Projects in Scotland Thursday 21 January, 19.00. An Art & Architecture lecture at 70 Cowcross St, EC1 (Tickets only available on the night).

Building the British Museum 23 January-18 April. The contributions of 10 architects in an exhibition in Room 90 of the British Museum, WC1. Contaminated Land 25-26 January. A two-day ibc conference at the Forte Regents Park. Details fax 0171 453 5476.

Selecting Contractors by Value - The Way Forward Thursday 28 January. A ciria conference at the Royal Horticultural Society Halls, SW1. Details Charles Perkins 0171 222 8891.

Lesley Foxcroft Until 30 January. Work responding to the architecture of the Laure Genillard Gallery, 82-84 Clerkenwell Rd, EC1 (0171 490 8853).

Jean-Marc Bustamente Until 31 January. Photographs of unnamed cities at the Tate Gallery, Millbank, SW1. Details 0171 887 8000.

Selecting Lighting Software Tuesday 2 February. An afternoon cibse seminar at Balham, SW12. Details 0181 675 5211.

Third Air Conditioning Conference Thursday 4 February. A Mid Career College event at cibse, SW12. Details 01223 880016.

President's Medals for Architecture 1998 Until 6 February. An exhibition at the riba. Details 0171 580 5533.

Aalto Centennial Student Competition Until 6 February. An exhibition at the riba. Details 0171 580 5533.

Form(s): Richard Roth Until 6 February. An exhibition at Shillam+ Smith, 122 Gt Titchfield St, W1. Details 0171 637 0057.

Business Management Training for Architects Commencing 9 and 24 February. Six half-day courses at the riba, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details 0171 580 3058 or 0171 627 8311.

Health, Housing and Affordable Warmth Friday 19 February. A symposium at the uel School of Architecture. Details Janet Rudge 0181 590 7000 x3235.

Zang Tumb Tumb: The Futurist Graphic Revolution Until 11 April. An exhibition at the Estorick Collection, 39a Canonbury Sq, N1 (0171 704 9522).

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