Naum Gabo’s ‘art for the modern world’ returns to Cornwall for first major exhibition in 30 years
Sculptures and drawings by the Russian Constructivist who “lived his life out of a suitcase” to go on show at Tate St Ives—close to where he once lived.
Works of St Ives School artists continuously increasing in popularity
Leading the pack are Nicholson and Hepworth, while prices for Lanyon, Hilton and Heron are rising dramatically
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