UK – Post-Second World War art in St Ives
is the starting point for this new display, exploring some of the common
characteristics of Modern Art and the shared visual language of artists
in Europe and America from the 1930s to the late 1970s. Drawing on key
and international works in the Tate Collection, this is the largest and
extensive Collection display at Tate St Ives for over ten years.
include important works by British and international artists such as
Rothko, Carl Andre, Maggi Hambling, Willem de Kooning, Barbara Hepworth,
LeWitt, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso, Sandra Blow, Jackson Pollock and
Lanyon. On view through 26 September.