Conrad Shawcross

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Poetic justice: WB Yeats’s time in London to be celebrated at last
Years of campaigning will come to fruition this week with the unveiling of a sculpture in Bedford Park to the great writer

Vanessa Thorpe

04, Sep, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Conrad Shawcross review – beware of the toppling tetrahedrons
Science smashes into art in this staggeringly ambitious attempt to map out reason itself

Jonathan Jones

14, Sep, 2018 @2:40 PM

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Beyond Caravaggio and Simon Patterson: this week’s best UK exhibitions
The entrancing work of the 16th-century realist comes to Edinburgh, while one of Britain’s leading conceptual artists reassesses 25 years of his own output

Jonathan Jones

16, Jun, 2017 @8:30 AM

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Before they were famous: art stars on their final degree shows
Tracey Emin made £2,500, Gillian Wearing met her future husband – and the tutors gave David Shrigley’s giant walnut whip a 2:2. As this year’s students hang their work, British artists relive their last days at art school

Interviews by Becky Barnicoat

23, Jun, 2015 @3:27 PM

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Royal Academy's Summer Exhibition goes on a candy cavalcade
Shocking shades transform Academy in nod to annual show’s quirky heritage and guest curator Michael Craig-Martin’s quest to relieve art overload

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

05, Jun, 2015 @2:14 PM

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Conrad Shawcross’s Ada – the disco robot
Artist Conrad Shawcross talks to Kate Kellaway about turning an industrial robot into a dancer – and his debt to Lord Byron’s daughter

Kate Kellaway

12, Oct, 2014 @9:00 AM

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Mofo festival: Mona, Conrad Shawcross, Matmos and Faux Mo
Alex Needham: The festival in Hobart, Tasmania hots up with massage in the gallery lawns and sonic terrorism on the waterfront

Alex Needham

19, Jan, 2014 @5:28 AM

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Conrad Shawcross: the Ada Project – review
Four musicians perform with a moving robot built by the artist – but are the results Kraftwerk-esque or more Metal Mickey? By Alex Needham

Alex Needham

18, Jan, 2014 @8:00 AM

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Art o'clock: Conrad Shawcross turns the Roundhouse into one giant timepiece

Jonathan Jones: The sculptor's new light installation will transform the venue into a vast sundial

Jonathan Jones

23, Jul, 2013 @2:42 PM

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Light fantastic: how art turned the lights on

A new show at London's Hayward Gallery is devoted to artists of the past 50 years for whom light itself is a medium

Brian Dillon

26, Jan, 2013 @9:00 AM

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Metamorphosis Titian 2012 – review

Judith Mackrell: A triptych of new ballets inspired by the story of Diana and Actaeon adds up to a rich, sometimes indigestible mix of an evening

Judith Mackrell

15, Jul, 2012 @5:37 PM

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Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 – in pictures

Three very different visual artists – Chris Ofili, Conrad Shawcross and Mark Wallinger – have interpreted three paintings by Titian, with startling results

09, Jul, 2012 @4:17 PM

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