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Bristol Art Night: Arnolfini and Spike Island

Clockwise from top left: Paula Rego, Mist I (from Pendle Witches series) (1996); Donna Huanca, CUEVA DE COPAL #1-4 (2021); Candice Lin, A Robot Spoke What My Father Wrote (2019), courtesy the artist and François Ghebaly, Los Angeles; Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer, Nosferasta (2021)

Bristol Art Night: Arnolfini and Spike Island

Make a night of it on Friday 4 February and enjoy a preview of our new exhibitions alongside new exhibitions opening at Arnolfini.

Between 6pm to 8pm be the first to visit new Spike Island exhibitions: Candice Lin: Pigs and Poison and Adam Khalil and Bayley Sweitzer with Oba: Nosferasta.

From 7pm to 9pm, Arnolfini welcome you to Paula Rego: Subversive Stories and Donna Huanca: CUEVA DE COPAL (Hermetic Cave).

Admission to both Spike Island and Arnolfini is free, with no need to book. It’s around a 10-minute walk between Arnolfini and Spike Island.

We all look forward to welcoming you to Bristol’s Art Night and would love to see your pictures from the evening, please tag @SpikeIsland and @ArnolfiniArts in your socials.

Arnolfini exhibitions

Paula Rego: Subversive Stories

Donna Huanca : CUEVA DE COPAL (Hermetic Cave)