Tate St Ives
Tate St Ives is an art gallery in St Ives, Cornwall, UK. It does not have a permanent collection, instead, it celebrates the best of international modern and contemporary art with 3 seasons of exhibitions a year.
March – October, Daily 10.00–17.20
November – February, Tuesday – Sunday 10.00–16.20
Tate St Ives only – £6.50 (concessions £3.90)
Barbara Hepworth Museum only – £5.50 (concessions £3.25)
Joint site admission – £10 (concessions £5.50)
Tate Members, Patrons and people aged 18 and under – Free
Art Pass: unlimited seven-day access to both Tate sites plus the Leach Pottery, Penlee House Gallery & Museum, and Newlyn Art Gallery and the Exchange – £14.50 (concessions £8.50)
To book a wheelchair for loan, please call 01736 796226. 24 hours notice is ideal, although we do endeavour to make wheelchairs available on demand.
Following the exhibition Summer 2009 and Summer 2011, this season will see another eclectic mix of contemporary and historic artists once again occupying the distinctive spaces of Tate St Ives., Presented as a series of one-room displays, Summer 2013 will include Patrick Heron, Nick Relph, Marlow Moss, Allen Ruppersberg and RH Quaytman, as well as a special new project in which British artist Linder revisits and re-presents the work and legacies of Barbara Hepworth., Responding to the building itself, as well as themes including performance, fashion, design and print, the works will generate dialogues between and across generations of artists, drawing out ideas and relationships that run through a number of practices including painting, installation, video, sculpture and printmaking.,
- Any age
Tate St Ives Summer 2013
Surprising and thought provoking, contemporary and historic, the work of eight artists in the Summer 2013 exhibition respond to the histories, geography and location of St Ives, as well as to the building itself. Barbara Hepworth, Patrick Heron and Marlow Moss are shown alongside contemporary artists Linder, Allen Ruppersberg, RH Quaytman, Gareth Jones and Nick Relph. Following the success of the Summer 2009 and Summer 2011 seasons, Tate St Ives continues this biennial strand, with a series of one-room displays. The exhibitions will open up various dialogues across generations of artists, addressing a number of inter-related themes including performance, fashion, design, dance and print
£7/£4.50 (free for under-18s)
My imaginary City
The Case of the Mysterious Object
The Zoom Room
A regular programme of free hands-on creative activities to engage, challenge and inspire, held at Tate St Ives for you to drop into between 11.00-16.00.
How to obtain
There's no need to book for Super Sundays, just drop in. Contact Tate St Ives on email@example.com or call 01736 796226 for more details.