14 October 2014 – 10 May 2015
Looking at developments in international photography from the 1920s to the 1960s

Visit the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden for a remarkable insight into the work one of Britain’s most important twentieth century artists.  Open daily.

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Admission and opening times

March – October

Open daily, 10.00–17.20

November – February

Open Tuesday – Sunday (closed Mondays), 10.00–16.20

Closed 24–26 December

Getting to Tate St Ives

Porthmeor Beach
St Ives
Cornwall TR26 1TG
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What's on

Find out what’s on at Tate St Ives, with diverse events for all ages including special exhibitions, curator tours and children’s art activities

Tate St Ives Phase Two

Find out more about an exciting project to develop Tate St Ives by refurbishing and extending the gallery

Barbara Hepworth Museum

Visit the former home and studio of Barbara Hepworth, open daily from 10.00, to get a remarkable insight into the world of one of Britain’s most important artists

Tate online shop Designed for Tate

Shop online for collections designed exclusively for Tate by our favourite illustrators and designers

Tate St Ives : Daily activities Art Base:The Big Draw Challenge!

25 October – 1 November 2014, 11.00–16.00

Get experimental at Art Base and help us complete The Big Draw Challenge!

Tate St Ives : Conversation Curators’ In Conversation

Saturday 25 October 2014, 12.00–13.00

Hear Laura Smith, co-curator of The Modern Lens speak about key concepts and works in the show in conversation with Sam Thorne, Artistic Director of Tate St Ives and Simon Baker, Curator of Photography and International Art at Tate Modern

Tate St Ives : Talks and lectures Tour: Photography and Technology

Tuesday 28 October 2014, 15.30–16.30

Hear Enrico Tassi, curatorial assistant on The Modern Lens, take an in-depth look at a selection of works in the exhibition, focusing on how developments in technology allow photographers to present the world in new ways