Tate St Ives Private view

Members Private View: Petrit Halilaj

Petrit Halilaj

Courtesy Petrit Halilaj. Photo: Angela B. Suarez

For Members with the Tate St Ives Extra Card

Be the first to see Petrit Halilaj: Very volcanic over this green feather at Tate St Ives during this exclusive Members Private Preview.

Petrit Halilaj's work includes sculpture using traditional fabrics and materials, video and drawing to explore cultural identity, heritage, and ideas of personal and collective memories.

The artist will be present during the event.

Not a Tate St Ives Extra Card holder yet? Email members@tate.org.uk to upgrade your membership today. Enjoy exclusive previews at Tate St Ives and support your local community.

Supported by the Petrit Halilaj Exhibition Supporters Circle: Huo Family Foundation (UK) Limited, Ivana and Martin Ridler, and Tate Members.

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Tate St Ives

Porthmeor Beach
St Ives
Cornwall TR26 1TG
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Date & Time

15 October 2021 at 19.00–21.00