November may not be as hectic as October for art, but it still has some cracking exhibitions. We’ve picked a mixture of ones that are grabbing the headlines and others we think are worth a look. All are free to visit.
The Visitors at Brewer Street car park
This musical nine-screen installation is spine-tingling. Ragnar Kjartansson and friends sing and play along to a powerful and emotional song. The fact that each participant is filmed in a different room creates a surround sound experience that morphs as you move around the space. Until 6 December
Adam Lee: A Long Obedience at Beers London
This Australian painter takes cues from the greats such as Van Gogh and Munch, but he's created a distinctive style of his own in these dusky and evocative landscapes. Until 19 December
Voices of the Winter Hearth at The Belfry, St John on Bethnal Green
Up in the belfry of this church comes the 'sequel' to an excellent exhibition on the theme of autumn. This time it's all about winter; and a mixture of candles, photography and vegetation had us feeling the cold as we listened to a soundtrack of an owl and the wind whistling by. Pure immersion. Until 30 November