Ad Minoliti’s exhibition, Biosfera Peluche / Biosphere Plush, is coming to Tate St Ives from Saturday, 28th May.
The artist draws on the rich legacy of geometric abstraction in Latin America and presents alternative universes influenced by feminist and queer thought.
The exhibition will also feature Minoliti’s ongoing project, The Feminist School of Painting, transforming part of the gallery space into an active classroom.
The exhibition was originated by the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, in Gateshead. This presentation has been created in collaboration with Anne Barlow and Giles Jackson, respectively director and assistant curator at Tate St Ives.