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Exhibition: What’s On November

Soak yourself up in art this November, with these upcoming entry-free exhibitions. We give you our recommendations for this months unmissable shows…

Words: Lei Fu, Subeditor: Bea Renshaw


Astronomy Photographer of the Year


Category: Photography

Opens: Until 23rd December

Location: Royal Museums Greenwich

Tickets: Free entry

Why you should visit it: Astonishing and touching, this exhibition selected spectacular winning images from this year’s astronomy photographer competition. From distant galaxies to our neighbouring planets, you will find your fascination with the night sky. This entry-free show undoubtedly deserves your visit!

Ann Veronica Janssens: yellow blue pink


Category: Installation

Opens: Until 3rd January

Location: Wellcome Collection Gallery

Tickets: Free entry

Why you should visit it: Here’s a new experience for you art buffs! British artist, Ann Veronica Janssens, has filled the gallery with coloured mist in yellow, blue and pink. In this installation artwork, Janssens discovers light and colour through the coloured mist, with philosophical theories. Except the artistic side of Janssens’s works. You’ll also have some great photos to post at the end of the day on your Facebook or Instagram page!

Frieze Sculpture Park


Source: flickr
Source: flickr

Category: Sculpture

Opens: Until 17th January

Location: Regents Park

Tickets: Free entry

Why you should visit it: Take a walk in Regent’s Park and have a look at 16 new and historical works, by international artists. Frieze Sculpture Park 2015 have pieces ranging from 1970s to today, and include major works from famous American minimalist sculptor, Richard Serra. The good news is that the exhibition will remain on view to visitors in the English Gardens of the Regent’s Park, until next year January.

Art and Alcohol


Painting: The Last Day in the Old Home,  Robert Braithwaite Martineau, 1862 Source:

Category: Painting & photography

Opens: 16th November – 30th September, 2016

Location: Tate Britain

Tickets: Free entry

Why you should visit it: The Tate Britain is opening its new season of BP spotlights this month, which is a series of regularly changing displays on specific artists or themes. The theme of this season, is about the art of drinking and the exploration of artists’ relationship with alcohol. Among all of the works, the Tate is exhibiting a David Hockney piece for the very first time in the UK. A collection of Gilbert & George’s photography will also be shown. Sound good? You’d be mad to miss this one. Plus it’s free entry!