Blue Monday might be over, but as Christmas begins to feel like a distant memory, and the weather grows ever-colder, keeping spirits high can be a real struggle. BUT January isn’t all bad – all of us lucky enough to live in a city of endless experiences can keep the January blues at bay thanks to the countless art and culture events spread across the capital at this time of year.

As Annie Leibovitz unveils a new exhibition in Shoreditch, North London sees the London Art Fair return to the Building Design Centre and South Londoners get hands-on in the art-making process at the Silicon Mould Making course. Our beautiful West London also offers up some must-visit events.

Store Street Gallery is among these, joining London’s vibrant cultural scene with a newly launched exhibition designed to give us a sense of place. ‘Maps’ brings together painters, sculptors and printmakers who discuss our perception of maps through their innovative art, revealing important social and political changes and trends. Some of the contemporary artists being featured include Yanko Tihov, Ewan David Eason and Gemma Harwood.

The exhibition is now open and runs up until 13th February, so make sure you pay a visit.

For more details about the exhibition, visit here