The year is nearly over but there are still some art openings that have caught our eye. We’ve picked a mixture of ones that are grabbing the headlines and others we think are worth a look. All but two are free to visit. As some galleries will be closed over the holiday period, make sure you check the website for opening times before visiting.
Susan Philipsz: War Damaged Musical Instruments at Tate Britain
Music and war go hand in hand; think marching bands. The large central space of the Duveen galleries is now filled with the notes from instruments damaged in war. A sad and mournful The Last Post emanates from speakers as these wounded instruments echo the pain and suffering of those killed and injured in conflicts — a very moving piece. Until 3 April, free.