Conrad Shawcross, Loop System Quintet, 2006. Courtesy of the artist and Victoria Miro

Conrad Shawcross, Loop System Quintet, 2006. Courtesy of the artist and Victoria Miro

After the closing of the sales and income week, when the rush is over, there is still time left to visit TATE Modern for the last week of two exhibits. On the 26th the major solo show of Kazimir Malevich will be closing, originator of the Suprematist movement. The Robert Mapplethorpe exhibition of works belonging to ARTIST ROOMS, a contemporary art collection jointly owned by TATE and National Galleries of Scotland, will also come to an end.

This week offers the last chance to attend a night with the ADA Project. Artist Conrad Shawcross invited four female musicians to respond to the movements of an industrial robot programmed by himself. The ADA Project was originally conceived for the Palais de Tokyo and represents a tribute to English mathematician Ada Lovelace. Thursday to Sunday at the Vinyl Factory space, from 11.00 to 17.00.

MONDAY | 20th

Jerwood Drawing Prize

Jerwood Space, one of the major spaces in the country to be devoted to theatre and dance rehearsal, presents a night talk about the past and future of the Jerwood Drawing Prize. The talk will be hosted by Anita Taylor, Paul Thomas and friends.


Egon Schiele at the Courtauld Institute

The Courtauld Institute of Art presents a monographic exhibition about the ‘Viennese pornograph’, Egon Schiele. Central figure of Austrian expressionism, Schiele stunned his contemporaries with raw, sketchy and wiry nudes. The exhibition brings together more than thirty of these revolutionary works.

Egon Schiele, Female Nude, 1914

Egon Schiele, Female Nude, 1914

FRIDAY | 22nd

Tenderpixel at the ICA

The ICA film program has yet another gem to offer before the BFI film festival is over. Tenderpixel will present the 2014 edition of the Tenderflix experimental film festival, screening of the work by selected finalists will start at 6.30 p.m. The winner will be announced on the evening. Get your £5 tickets before they’re all gone.


Amira Gad tour of Donnelly’s show at the Serpentine Gallery

Serpentine Gallery Live presents a tour of the current exhibition by American artist Trisha Donnelly led by curator Amira Gad, former Managing Curator / Publications at Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art and current Exhibition Curator at the Serpentine.

Caterina Berardi

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