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The home of British art from 1500 to the present day

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International modern and contemporary art

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British and international modern and contemporary art

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Visit the iconic Tate St Ives gallery, situated overlooking the Atlantic Ocean

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Tate Exhibitions

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Exhibition

CORNELIA PARKER

Until October 16, 2022

Cornelia Parker is one of Britain's best loved and most acclaimed contemporary artists. Always driven by curiosity, she reconfigures domestic objects to question our relationship with the world. Using transformation, playfulness and storytelling, she engages with important issues of our time, be it violence, ecology or human rights.

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LUBAINA HIMID

Until October 2, 2022

This large-scale exhibition will debut recent work and include selected highlights from Lubaina Himid’s influential career. Taking inspiration from her interest in theatre, the exhibition will unfold in a sequence of scenes designed to place visitors centre-stage and backstage.

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RADICAL LANDSCAPES

Until September 4, 2022

From rural raves in Castlemorton to anti-nuclear protests at Greenham Common, this exhibition presents a radical view of the British landscape in art.

Expanding on landscape art as being limited to paintings of lush green hills, enjoy art that reflects the diversity of the British Landscape and the communities that inhabit it.

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AD MINOLITI BIOSFERA PELUCHE / BIOSPHERE PLUSH

Until October 30, 2022

Artist Ad Minoliti draws on the rich legacy of geometric abstraction in Latin America and presents alternative universes influenced by feminist and queer thought. The exhibition will also feature Minoliti’s ongoing project The Feminist School of Painting, transforming part of the gallery space into an active classroom.

Tate Americas Foundation News

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TATE AMERICAS FOUNDATION HOSTS 2021 ARTISTS DINNER

19 April 2022
The Tate Americas Foundation hosted its annual Artists Dinner honoring Tate Collection artists Dawoud Bey, Alfredo Jaar, Joan Jonas, Simone Leigh, Marilyn Minter, Shirin Neshat, and Anicka Yi. Proceeds from the dinner support exhibitions at Tate. Pictured above, artists Lorna Simpson, Anicka Yi, Dawoud Bey, Shirin Neshat, Alfredo Jaar, and Marilyn Minter attend the Artists […]
Acquisitions

North American News

19 April 2022
The Tate Americas Foundation recently acquired Firelei Baez A Map of the British Empire in America, 2021 (pictured above), five works by Dawoud Bey from his Night Coming Tenderly (Black), 2017 series, Andrea Bowers Memorial to Arcadia Woodlands Clear-Cut, 2014, and five drawings by Annie Pootoogook. Three works by Charles White from his Wanted Poster series (pictured above), Christine Sun Kim’s Why Your Hearing Parents Did Not Learn Sign Language, 2019 […]
Acquisitions

Latin American News

19 April 2022
The Tate Americas Foundation recently acquired three photographs by Lilian Maresca with Marcos López from the Untitled (Liliana Maresca with her Artworks),1983 series (pictured above), as well as three films by Ana Mendieta, Alma, Silueta en Fuego, 1975 (pictured below), Flower Person, Flower Body, 1975, and Untitled: Silueta Series, 1978.
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TATE AMERICAS FOUNDATION PROGRAM DURING FRIEZE LA

19 April 2022
The Tate Americas Foundation hosted a successful program during Frieze LA led by Britton Family Curator-at-Large, North American Art, Christine Y. Kim. Joined by Tate Director Maria Balshaw and Tate Board Chair Roland Rudd, highlights included studio visits with Charles Gaines, Tala Madani, and Catherine Opie, as well as a walkthrough of Black American Portraits at LACMA. […]
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LAAC POP-UP PROGRAM DURING ARCO MADRID

19 April 2022
The Tate Americas Foundation and Tate’s Latin American Acquisitions Committee (LAAC) hosted a pop-up program during ARCO Madrid. The program was joined by Director of Collections, Tate Modern, Gregor Muir and Curator, International Art, Michael Wellen. Pictured above, artist Carlos Garaicoa hosts the Committee for a studio visit.