Discover a major exhibition about the artists of the renowned Casablanca Art School
Tate St Ives is the first museum in the UK to explore the intense period of artistic rebirth that followed Morocco’s independence, forged by the experimental teaching methods of the Casablanca Art School in the 1960s and 1970s.
And uncover captivating stories of art on the Cornish Coast
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Tate St Ives showcases work by artists including Barbara Hepworth, Marlow Moss, Naum Gabo and Patrick Heron, whose captivating works have brought international attention to St Ives and West Cornwall. Alongside displays from the Tate collection, the gallery presents modern and contemporary art from around the world through a dynamic exhibitions programme.
Tate St Ives also cares for the Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, which displays some of Hepworth’s most important sculptures in the intimate setting of her former home and studio.