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Take a stroll across a bespoke carpet
See works from Tate's Collection in the lobby
This room considers how modern artists working in St Ives re-engaged with Europe and North America
Explore the histories and ideas of modern artists working in and around the town during the last century
Discover a range of artists who were working in West Cornwall during and immediately after the Second World War
The works in this room respond to themes in the collection displays or the temporary exhibitions programme
This room suggests a range of styles and ideas, which shaped modern European art between the wars
Discover the hand painted transformation of our stairwell by artist France-Lise McGurn
The nature of motherhood is explored in the work of Bourgeois, Julio González and Von Motesiczky, connecting to questions of ...
This display reveals art’s potential to comment on socio-political events, and expands on how artists reflect on conflicts and their ...
Works by artists that refer to labour in different ways, exploring the way that work, architecture and technology shape people’s lives
Selected by American artist Glenn Ligon, these artworks expand on some of his artistic concerns, such as authorship, race, gender ...
Explore the diverse range of approaches in the art of post-war America
Inspired by the impact of media on everyday lives in the 1960-70s, these works focus on performance and constructed realities
Survey global artworks that reflect on social and political issues via images from the mass media
Explore the geometric abstract art created by the New Tendencies movement in the 1960s
The exploration and preservation of the communal act of making
See surrealist artworks made by the original Paris-based group and other international artists