Sir Terry Frost, 'Green, Black and White Movement' 1951
Past Event Tate St Ives Exhibition

Painting Not Painting

8 February – 11 May 2003
Sir Terry Frost, Green, Black and White Movement 1951, Tate. © The estate of Sir Terry Frost
Sir Terry Frost, 'Green, Black and White Movement' 1951
Sir Terry Frost
Green, Black and White Movement 1951
Tate
© The estate of Sir Terry Frost

This exhibition foregrounds a major St Ives artist – Terry Frost – in the context of a group of younger artists; Jim Lambie, Victoria Morton, Julie Roberts and Richard Slee, who are unknown in St Ives.

Works by Terry Frost from the 1950s and 1960s and new work are on show.
Jim Lambie makes intriguing objects and installations which draw on the process of painting for their construction. Victoria Morton's paintings hover between figuration and abstraction and are rich in surface texture and colour. Julie Roberts has created a wall work for the gallery, and Richard Slee is showing recent and new ceramics.

Venue

Tate St Ives
Porthmeor Beach
St Ives
Cornwall
TR26 1TG
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Dates

8 February – 11 May 2003