Just a couple of interesting things which started over the weekend and we haven't had time to tell you about yet.
First up, the Still Spitting at Sixty exhibition at the Guardian newsroom celebrating the drawings, caricatures and puppet work of Roger Law.
Law is probably best known for his Spitting Image work but the exhibition also features law's record cover artwork and the cartoons he produced for the Observer and the Times.
Secondly, the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize has begun at the Photographer's Gallery.
The exhibition features the four shortlisted artist up for the prize this year (Luc Delahaye, JH Engström, Jörg Sasse and Stephen Shore), with the actual awards ceremony taking place on 11 May.
Still Spitting at Sixty is on until 19 May, and the Deutsche Börse Photography exhibition ends on 5 June. Both are free.