..I decided to visit my favourite Tate, the one by the sea. You are greeted by a huge glass piece in the entrance, it's backlit by the dazzling sunshine. The colours are like a window looking out onto a world of zingy colours from a flowing white interior.
Then there was Martin Creeds Half The Air In A Given Space, a big hit with the children. Not so much with the adults as it gave them a severe case of 'balloon hair'.
I loved Roman Ondaks, Measuring The Universe.
When you've finished perusing the culture head to the roof top terrace where the restaurant serves delicious, beautifully presented, locally sourced, fresh food. Everything tastes better when you don't have to make it yourself, or wash up afterwards but surrounded by blue sky and attentive waiters this was what it must be like to lunch in heaven. The view's not bad either.
If you are going to St Ives skip the bigamist and check out this summers offerings at the Tate.