Anima-Mundi

Anima-Mundi was founded by Joseph Clarke, who has curated in excess of 100 exhibitions over a twenty year period, working with international artists in all media. The gallery is based in a former Christian Science reading rooms in St Ives, Cornwall which was converted in to a significant gallery space. The space is one of the largest outside of London which has helped to aid Anima-Mundi’s international reputation for representing the very best in contemporary art. Since its creation, Anima-Mundi has strived to offer its international collectors unique access to a diversity of contemporary artists whilst supporting its artists through collaborations with museums and art centres around the world.

In parallel Anima-Mundi is a supporter of philanthropic works via collaborations with charities and organisations including the Grenfell Tower Community Action Fund, The House of St Barnabas, Spectrum, Shelterbox, ArtCOP21, Cape Farewell and The Green Party, among others.

 

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Opening hours

Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm (or by appointment)

Address

Street-an-Pol
St Ives
Cornwall TR26 2DS

01736 793121
mail@anima-mundi.co.uk
www.anima-mundi.co.uk

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Anima-Mundi

What's on

The Artizan Garden Salon Open Show

7 Lucius Street

Friday 02 February 2018 – Sunday 23 December 2018

Exeter's Fine Art Collection: Childhood

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, Exeter EX4 3RX

Tuesday 08 May 2018 – Sunday 25 November 2018

Groundwork: Steve Rowell, Points of Presence

Porthcurno Telegraph Museum, Eastern House, Old Cable Lane, Porthcurno TR19 6JX

Thursday 21 June 2018 – Monday 01 April 2019

Phizogs - Bedwyr Williams at RAMM

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, Exeter EX4 3RX

Tuesday 17 July 2018 – Monday 01 April 2019

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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