Tate St Ives presents the UK's largest exhibition of Haegue Yangs work yet . A mixture of Installation , Sculpture , Drawing , Painting and Collage . Born in 1971 in South Korea , Haegue Yang is based between Berlin and Seoul . Her work usually consists of industrial made objects made in a labour intensive manner . Normally reflecting Pagan culture .
Penlee Gallery presents the Newlyn School Artists . A group of painters who recognised for painting local scenes of Newlyn usually 'en Plein air' . However this collection showcases works of interior spaces of homes and sail lofts .
Including works from Walter Langley , Stan hope Forbes , Elizabeth Forbes and Frank Bramley
- 25th September 2021 to 8th January 2022
This autumn Penlee House Gallery and Museum, Penzance will be staging an exhibition to celebrate the history of Anchor Studio in Newlyn. It was built especially for Stanhope Forbes (1857 – 1947), the leading figure of the Newlyn School, who used it for sixty years. When his famous School of Painting was in operation, generations of artists knew it as Forbes’ central teaching studio.
Discover the work of Cy Twombly, whose pared-back approach engages with
ancient history and myth.
Cy Twombly was a North American artist who spent much of his career in Italy. He was fascinated by the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome. In his paintings he often referred to historical or mythological figures, or included fragments of classical poetry
Petrit Halilaj's work investigates cultural identity, nationhood and heritage, and ideas of personal and collective memories and freedoms. Halilaj lives and works between Germany, Kosovo and Italy. His work encompasses sculpture, video, drawing and text, as well as traditional fabrics and materials.
Halilaj presents a powerful new work created for Tate St Ives. His installation revisits 38 childhood drawings that he made in Kukës II refugee camp in Albania during the Kosovo war (1998–99), when he was thirteen years old. Layering large-scale, hanging images throughout the gallery,...
Watch The Barnes Brothers films depicting the fishing industry in St Ives and around the Cornish coast
Throughout October we will be screening two short films by The Barnes Brothers; Gem of the Cornish Riviera 1936 and Cornish Nets 1938. These 16mm black and white silent films depict aspects of the fishing industry in St Ives and around the Cornish coast. On their release they were commended by the Board of the Amateur Cine World.
John Barnes (1920–2008) and William ‘Bill’ Barnes (1920–2018) were twin brothers who began film making as teenagers. From a young age they showed...
Titian interpretations of classical myths at London National Gallery .
In 1951 Titian was commissioned by Prince Phillip of Spain to produce a group of paintings showcasing the classical myths taken from Roman Poet Ovid's 'metamorphosis'.
The exhibition reunites all six paintings in the series , from Boston Madrid and London.
Dod Procter , Doris Margaret Shaw , RA was born in Hampstead in 1890 . Procter and her husband Ernest Procter attended art schools in both England and Paris , influenced by both Impressionism and Post - impressionism movements.
A look at the extraordinary life of artist Andy Warhol.
Warhol the son of immigrants , who became one of Americas biggest Artistic icons . Born in 1928 to working class parents from Slovakia .
It was in 1949 he moved to New York , he worked as an illustrator for some time before becoming the one of the most talked about Pop Artists of today.
This retrospective is the first major show at the Tate for nearly twenty years . It includes never before seen work in the UK , along with the iconic 'Monroe' , 'Coca - Cola ' and Campbell 'Soup cans' .
It is one of the most
stunning beauty spots in Cornwall and one of the places that first
attracted artists to the far south-west of England. More than 100 painters,
sculptors, etchers and potters, as well as writers and poets, are thought to
have lived or worked near Lamorna Cove in the first 30 years of the 20th
century. But the cove’s future
now hangs in the balance after it was put on the market. Local people are
anxious about who may buy it, insisting that only a public body would be able
to protect the cove and could afford to maintain it.
“What happens to Lamorna is a concern...