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Tate St Ives features work by iconic 20th century artists who lived and worked in the town, including Alfred Wallis, Ben Nicholson and Barbara Hepworth, demonstrating the role of St Ives in the story of modern art. This is combined with a new...more
We took advantage of the locals offer of £5 as we were both first time visitors. The space itself is big and open, and an interesting piece of modern architecture. But the "art" is something kids could draw.
They have a St Ives studio which...More
Lovely small gallery in super location and views. Helpful staff. You can get concession rates £1. Off if you have travelled there by train or bus. (Show ticket) Also a combined ticket to the Barbara Hepworth’s gardens and sculptures. Loads of modern art so don’t...More
We made a long trip to Cornwall to see the Patrick Heron exhibition in the expanded Gallery. It was a wonder. It blew our minds. It is stimulating to see images of his work in books and publications but the large works seen as they...More
The gallery features what I would say is 'modern art' which is not to everyone's taste and not mine. I did however enjoy some of the art and there were several paintings by masters such as Pablo Picasso.
I've been to the Tate St. Ives before but was pleasantly surprised when returned in March. They have made much better use of the space, brought in more local artists, and highlighted the rich history of St Ives. It used to feel like a storage...More