Tate St Ives
Opened in 1993, in recognition of St Ives’ significant presence in the art world, today the Tate St Ives features exhibitions of the modern St Ives School of painters alongside a colourful array of British and international modern and contemporary art.
The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden
Set within the beautiful home and garden where Barbara Hepworth used to live and work, the Barbara Hepworth Museum contains the largest collection of the 20th century sculptor’s works.
Amongst the working pottery studios, where the internationally famous ceramicist Bernard Leach used to work and teach, an exhibition space showcases the work of national and international potters.
Millennium, St. Ives is widely acknowledged to be the premier gallery in the South West with an International reputation for the work on show.
Located in two separate spaces in St Ives, the gallery hosts a quarterly exhibition programme of original artworks by leading and emerging St Ives and British artists.
St Ives Society of Artists
In the light and airy space of the former Mariners church, St Ives Society of Artists exhibits a diverse mix of contemporary visual art work by both its members and invited artists.
Belgrave Gallery St Ives
A sister gallery to the Belgrave Gallery (est. London), Belgrave St Ives exhibits a collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art, including Urban Art, with regular exhibitions of work created by artists associated with the St Ives Modern Period.
The New Craftsman is the oldest established Art Gallery and Craft shop in St Ives