20 July 2018

Twelve Exhibitions To Visit Out Of London Summer 2018

If you’re planning on heading out of London this summer, Artlyst has put together a list of twelve exhibitions to see around the UK. The main event over the summer has to be the Liverpool Biennial but Artlyst is covering this deserving spectacle elsewhere. However, while in Liverpool don’t miss Tate Liverpool’s powerful comparison study of Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman and the 60th anniversary John Moores Painting Prize at the Walker Art Gallery. Elsewhere around Britain shows not to miss include the Patrick Heron retrospective at Tate St Ives, Elisabeth Frink at Abbot Hall in Cumbria, Yves Klein at Blenheim Palace and Antony Gormley at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge.

7 July 2018

Tate St Ives Wins Art Fund Museum Of The Year 2018 Award

Tate St Ives has won the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2018 award.

12 October 2017

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Tate St Ives Reopens After Extensive Four-Year Building Project

Tate St Ives reopens on the 14 October 2017 after a four-year building project.

14 July 2017

Art Beyond London: Unmissable Exhibitions Summer 2017

If you’re planning on leaving the capital this Summer, Artlyst has put together a selection of the best UK shows outside of London.

24 April 2017

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Tate Announces Autumn Opening Date For Expanded St Ives Gallery

Tate has announced the 14 October 2017 as the opening date for the new expanded St Ives gallery.

22 April 2015

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Tate St Ives Presents Images Moving Out Onto Space A New Summer Exhibition

Fancy a trip to St Ives this summer? If you do, this is what they will be offering as a featured exhibition. The show asks the question, What happens when art works are set in motion? When they move around the gallery or out into the world? Images Moving Out Onto Space is an exhibition that asks these […]

19 September 2014

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MIMA Celebrates Twenty-First Anniversary Of Tate St Ives With New Show

Tate St Ives in collaboration with mima present major works by artists Barbara Hepworth, Peter Lanyon and Patrick Heron will be seen alongside that of their international contemporaries and influences in a new exhibition. The new show is curated to celebrate the twenty-first anniversary of the opening of Tate St Ives gallery, and represents the […]

21 January 2014

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Tate St Ives Set To Close For Four Month Renovation

Tate St Ives has announced that it will close for four months from 27 January to allow building work to continue.  Plans include the creation of a two-storey learning centre for visitors and a purpose built permanent exhibition space to house a gallery to represent the British post war artists who flourished in the vicinity […]

4 April 2013

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Tate St Ives Granted £2.8m From Heritage Lottery Fund

The Tate gallery located in the west Cornwall town of St Ives has been awarded £2.5m in funds from the Heritage lottery Commission. The grant has been allocated to extend and renovate its current building. Future development plans also include the creation of a two-storey learning centre for visitors and a purpose built permanent exhibition […]

27 January 2013

William Scott Retrospective Opens At Tate St Ives

The eagerly awaited William Scott retrospective exhibition opened to the public yesterday at Tate St Ives, the first stop on a three city touring show. Next month marks the centenary of the birth of the painter, perhaps the most accomplished painter of his generation. Scott moved effortlessly between abstraction still-life and figuration with equal confidence […]

15 January 2013

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Tate St Ives Celebrate William Scott and Peter Fraser With Exhibitions

Tate St Ives presents the work of two British artists this spring. An exhibition of the acclaimed British modernist William Scott, who is perhaps best known for his still life paintings, often of the same few elements. In a similar manner contemporary photographer Peter Fraser presents ‘found’ still lives and Peter Fraser a contemporary photographer […]

6 May 2012

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Tate Retrospective For Key Painter Alex Katz

Born in 1927 in Brooklyn, New York, Alex Katz is one of the most important and respected living American artists. In July 2012 Katz celebrates his 85th birthday, and a career that spans a remarkable six decades: to mark this monumental occasion, the Tate St Ives Summer Exhibition 2012 will bring together over 30 of […]

13 August 2011

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Hirst Spots vs Warhol Eggs

  Were Warhol’s Eggs The Inspiration Behind Damien Hirst’s Spots? Andy Warhol’s pioneering Pop Art defined a generation and a culture, distinguishing him as one of the most influential, creative and prolific artists of the 20th century. Hirst on the other hand assimilated this knowledge and was driven to follow in an almost parallel career. […]