The Institute of Contemporary Arts in London presents the first big solo exhibition by accessories designer and fashion stylist Judy Blame. Blame’s non-conformist attitude to the London club scene spurred him in the early 1980s to begin making jewellery out of everyday objects such as safety pins and bottle tops. He fell in with some notable filmmakers and they set up The House of Beauty and Culture in London. Blame was subsequently involved in a number of collaborations. Switching to styling, he worked on some iconic fashion spreads.
The exhibition, Judy Blame: Never Again, comprises clothes, collage, jewellery and fashion spreads. It runs until September 4. ica.org.uk