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Uploaded on Nov 11, 2010
TateShots visits St Ives to look around the Peter Lanyon exhibition. Lanyon was one of the most innovative figures in twentieth-century British art and saw himself as remaking the tradition of landscape painting, using landscape to express ideas about states of being and the human condition.
The exhibition's curator Chris Stephens takes us on a tour of the show, and explores two of Lanyon's most famous works: 'The Yellow Runner' and 'St Just'.