This showcase of work by Argentine artist Ad Minoliti explores feminist and queer theory, inviting visitors to participate in an active classroom within the exhibition itself.

First presented at the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, this solo show by the multi award-winning artist Ad Minoliti is re-presented within Tate St Ives’ galleries. Minoliti’s work draws on the rich history of geometric abstraction in Latin America, incorporating three-dimensional objects and irregularly-shaped canvases. This playful approach is simultaneously applied to the artist’s conception of alternative worlds, shaped by queer and feminist thought.

Minoliti also invites the gallery’s visitors to directly participate in the exhibition through The Feminist School of Painting, an ongoing project from the artist. The active classroom will provide a space through which to reconsider the structure of the ‘art school’, and to provide a feminist, intersectional, intergenerational, queer approach to the practice and histories of art.

Inclusive of trans-feminism and all those who identify as women, The Feminist School of Painting is an opportunity to delve directly into Minoliti’s outlook, alongside this vibrant showcase of their work.

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Tate St Ives

Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 1TG

01736 796226

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March - October Mon - Sun 10am – 5.20pm Last admission 5pm.

November - February Tues - Sun 10am - 4.20pm Last admission 4pm.

Closed 24, 25 and 26 December 2020.

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