The new Tate St Ives opened on 14 October 2017. A four-year building project has doubled the space for showing art, adding almost 600 square metres of galleries, and created spectacular new studios for learning activities. This finally...Show More Summary
"The newly refurbished Tate St Ives - which reopens this week (14 October) following an ambitious four-year building project - should draw an extra 50,000 visitors and raise an extra £10.5m annually for the local economy, says the executive director, Mark Osterfield. The waterfront venue, nestled into the rock face, has enlarged its exhibition spaces, […]
Twelve years and £20 million later, Tate St Ives has a large new room, and a lot of back-end improvements as well. "It is only a room, as Cézanne didn’t exactly say of Monet, but what a room."
"In a deft feat of engineering, an almost 600-sq-metre space has been excavated into the hillside, chiselled 15 metres down into the granite bedrock, providing a vast light-flooded chamber for temporary exhibitions that the gallery has sorely needed for years." Why take all that trouble? Because the residents of the tiny Cornwall town where the […]
Tate St Ives | New age nonsense | Harold Wilson in Chatham | Tony Booth | Reading Proust all through The Tate organisation (The new Tate St Ives: great gallery, pity about the flats, 27 September) would probably get a more favourable reception from the people of Cornwall if it removed the entrance fee to the St Ives gallery. Show More Summary
Blending with the old and the new is recently reopened Tate St Ives, a quarter of Britain's famed museums
The Tate St. Ives, in an artists' colony/resort town on the coast of Cornwall, has doubled its exhibition space and made room for a semi-permanent exhibition to accompany the temporary shows it concentrated on previously.
Art in General?the New York-based nonprofit dedicated to assisting local and international artists with the production and presentation of groundbreaking new projects?announced today that its Director Anne Barlow will depart in early 2017 to become the Artistic Director for Tate St. Show More Summary
This major exhibition brings together over 150 contemporary and historic artworks that explore how the deep has been imagined by artists, writers and poets through time and across cultures. Its briny depths are populated with ancient...Show More Summary
February 2013 marks the centenary of the birth of William Scott (1913?1989). Across a career spanning six decades, Scott produced an extraordinary body of work that has secured his reputation as one of the leading British painters of his generation. Show More Summary
LONDON.- In the five years following her residency as the first recipient of Tate St Ives? pioneering programme at the historic Porthmeor Studios in 2003, Partou Zia?s painting flourished into a new, expressive phase of maturity. Entering...Show More Summary
The Tate Shots series takes a look through some of the many video highlights of 2012 as well as goings on at Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate St Ives and Tate Liverpool over the past year. An incredible period which saw… Looking back over 2012 at The Tate Galleries – Yayoi Kusama, Damien Hirst and More is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
CORNWALL.- Born in 1927 in Brooklyn, New York, Alex Katz is one of the most important and respected living American artists. In 2012 Katz will celebrate his 85th birthday, and a career that spans a remarkable six decades. For his exhibition...Show More Summary
We’ve been digging on Alex Katz quietly for some time now. The painter’s work hits with such distinct subtlety that it can take 30 minutes of investigation before the emotional core of a piece starts seeping into you. One that happens, it is almost like the painting is looking at you—unsettling and awesome. For his exhibition [...]Show More Summary
CORNWALL.- The Indiscipline of Painting is an international group exhibition including works by forty-nine artists from the 1960s to now. Selected by British painter Daniel Sturgis, it considers how the languages of abstraction haveShow More Summary