Conrad Shawcross  (British, 1977) 


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Conrad Shawcross, Installation view, Victoria Miro Galley, 2011


Conrad Shawcross
Installation view, Victoria Miro Galley, 2011
Victoria Miro Gallery
Conrad Shawcross, The Blind Aesthetic


Conrad Shawcross
The Blind Aesthetic

Victoria Miro Gallery
Conrad Shawcross, Skein Cone


Conrad Shawcross
Skein Cone

Victoria Miro Gallery
Conrad Shawcross, Time Rule 89 minutes


Conrad Shawcross
Time Rule 89 minutes

Victoria Miro Gallery
Conrad Shawcross, Chord


Conrad Shawcross

Victoria Miro Gallery
Conrad Shawcross, Perimeter Study 3A


Conrad Shawcross
Perimeter Study 3A

Victoria Miro Gallery
Conrad Shawcross, Lattice Cube 3


Conrad Shawcross
Lattice Cube 3

Victoria Miro Gallery
Conrad Shawcross, Dark Heart


Conrad Shawcross
Dark Heart

Victoria Miro Gallery
Conrad Shawcross, The celestial meters (Pluto m)


Conrad Shawcross
The celestial meters (Pluto m)

Galerie Klüser
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Conrad Shawcross, The Nervous System


Conrad Shawcross
The Nervous System, 2003
wood, motors and cords


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Conrad Shawcross, Picture of a Chord Falling into Silence (Ratio 2: 1)


Conrad Shawcross
Picture of a Chord Falling into Silence (Ratio 2: 1), 2008
ink on paper


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Conrad Shawcross, Perimeter series, arrangement 3c


Conrad Shawcross
Perimeter series, arrangement 3c, 2008
aluminum and paint


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1977   Born in London
1996   Foundation, Chelsea School of Art, London
1999   BA, Fine Art, Honors, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford
2001   MFA, Slade School of Art, University College, London
  Prizes and Awards
  2001-2002 First Base Acava Free Studio Award
  2001 Ray Finnis Charitable Trust Award
  2009 Artist in Residence, Science Museum, London
  2009 Ily Art Prize
  2008 Art & Work 2008 Award for Space Trumpet, Unilever Commission
  2008-9 International Fellowship at Location One, New York
2010   The limit of everything, Parra & Romero, Madrid (solo)
2009   Chord, Measure Arts Commission, London (solo)
2009   Conrad Shawcross, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY (solo)
2009   Control, Location One, New York, NY (solo)
2009   The Collection, Siobhan Davies Dance Studio, London (solo)
2009   Third Moscow Biennale for Contemporary Art, Russia
2009   A Duck for Mr. Darwin, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Newcastle, traveling to Mead Art Gallery, Warwick
2009   British Contemporary Art Show, Art Issue Projects, China
2009   Kaidoscopic Revolver, Hanjiyun Contemporary Space, Beijing, China
2009   Natural Wonders (curated by Nick Hackworth), Baibakov Art Projects, Moscow
2009   Geoplay (part 1), Pilar Parra & Romero, Madrid
2008   Dumbbell, Galleria Tucci Russo, Turin, Italy (solo)
2008   Axiom, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Miami (solo)
2008   Light Perpetual, Jenaer Kunstverein, Germany (solo)
2008   Tetrahelix Tower, Ministry of Justice Commission, Ministry of Constitutional Affairs, London (solo)
2008   Rendez-vous 2008, Musee d'art Contemporain, Lyon
2008   Reflections on Light – 30 years Galerie Bernd Klueser, Galerie Bernd Klüser, Munich, Germany
2008   Counterpoint, Robin Katz Fine Art, London
2008   Academia: Qui es-tu, La Chapelle de L’Ecole National Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris
2008   Lattice III, Art | 39 | Basel Public Art Projects
2008   Beyond Measure: across art and science, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
2008   A Life of Their Own curated by Richard Cork, Lismore Castle, Ireland
2008   Art L’Plage, St. Tropez, France
2008   Conrad Shawcross, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Miami (solo)
2008   Conrad Shawcross, Galerie Bernd Klueser, Munich, Germany (solo)
2007   Unilever Commission, Unilever House, London (solo)
2007   Lattice, Selfridges Commission, London (solo)
2007   Reconstruction 2, Sudeley Castle, England
2007   All Tomorrow’s Parties, ICA, London
2007   Say It Isn’t So – Naturwissenschaften im Visier der Kunst, Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen, Germany
2007   Unfinished Symphony, The Fine Art Society, London
2007   Artissima 14 – Constellations (selected during Artissima Art Fair), curated by Marc-Olivier Wahler and Daniel Birnbaum, Torino, Italy
2007   Counterpoint, Dubai Art Fair, Dubai
2006   Sudeley Castle 2006: Reconstruction 1, Sudeley Castle, England
2006   No Such Thing As One, Victoria Miro Gallery, London (solo)
2005   The Steady States, The New Art Gallery, Walsall and The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (solo)
2005   S.N.O.W Sculpture in Non-Objective Way, Galleria Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice, Turin
2004 - 2005   Continuum, The Queen’s House, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London (solo)
2004   Manifesta 5, San Sebastian, Spain (solo)
2004   Galerie Bernd Kluser, Munich (solo)
2004   After Life, Death, Remembrance. Redundancy. Reanimation, Bowes Museum, County Durham, curated by Simon Morrissey
2004   New Blood, The Saatchi Gallery, London
2003   The Nervous Systems, Entwistle, London (solo)
2003   Dead Game, Museum 52, London
2002   Fame and Promise, 14 Wharf Road, London
2002   It was bigger than all of us, Prenelle Gallery, Canary Wharf
2001   Engine II (Communicating at an Unknown Rate), The Old Armory, Harrow Road, London
2001   New Contemporaries 2001, Camden Arts Centre, London; Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
2000   Engine I, Dollard Street Studios, Vauxhall, London
2008    Richard Cork, Top Forms, RA Magazine, Summer 2008
2008    Richard Cork, Expect the Unexpected Financial Times, 26/27 April 2008
2008    Jan Dalley, Artistic Impressions, Financial Times, Spring 2008
2007    Emily Candela, Conrad Shawcross, The Independent, 23 October 2007
2007    Jan Dalley, Warming to the Frieze Effect, Financial Times, 13 October 2007
2007    Ossian Ward, Have I got new for you?, Time Out, 26 September – 2 October 2007
2007    Ann Lee, Artist appeals for the return of his Soulcatcher, Hackney Gazette & North London Advertiser, 29 March 2007
2007    Oliver Duff, Steals onwheels: Shawcross loses Capri, The Independent, 23 March 2007
2007    Valentine Low, Sculptor in Search of a lost Soul, Evening Standard, 13 April 2007
2007    Francesca Martin; Stephanie Theobald, State of the Art, Harper’s Bazaar, April 2007
2007    Tom Morton, Conrad Shawcross, Frieze, March 2007
2007    Sally O’Reilly, Riflemaker Becomes Indica, Frieze, March 2007
2007    Ana Finel Honigman, Conrad Shawcross at Victoria Miro, Art in America, February 2007
2007    Andrew Wilson, Yesterday, Today , Tomorrow, Art Monthly, 2007, no. 2
2006    Martin Herbert, Riflemaker becomes Indica, Time Out, 29 November- 6 December 2006
2006    Rachel Campbell-Johnston, They all wanted to change the world, The Times, 12 November 2006
2006    Charles Darwent, The Grooviest Gallery, The Independent on Sunday, 26 November
2006    Eloise Napier, Something like a phenomenon, Harper’s Bazaar, November 2006
2006    Rebecca Rushmer, Living Sculptures, Professional Engineering, 8 November 2007
2006    Scott Reyburn, Four years old and fully grown up- the phenomenon that is Frieze, Antiques Trade Gazette, 28 October 2006
2006    Conrad Shawcross, Dazed and Confused, October 2006
2006    Peter Chapman, Pick of the week: Conrad Shawcross, Independent, 28 October 2006
2006    Time Out, Helen Sumpter, Conrad Shawcross, 25 October 2006
2006    Hannah Duguid, Metaphysical machines and double sums, Independent, 16 October
2006    The Art Newspaper/Frieze Art Fair Daily, Conrad Shawcross: Light Entertainment, 14-15 October 2006
2006    V & A Magazine, Mental Freefall without a parachute, Winter 2006
2006    Harriet Lane, The Art of Invention, Vogue, November 2006
2006    Julian Kiverstein, Where in the World do Art & Science Meet?, Map, Issue 5, Spring 2006
2006    S.N.O.W Sculpture in Non-Objective Way, Galleria Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice, Turin
2005    Oliver Basciano, Life in 3-D, Wonderland, Issue 2, December 2005 / January 2006
2005    Alistair Sooke, In the Studio, Daily Telegraph, 29 November 2005
2005    Tim Adams, Portrait of the artist as a young boffin, Observer, 27 November 2005
2005    Jessica Cheney, Conrad Shawcross, London Magazine, August / September 2005
2005    S.N.O.W Sculpture in Non-Objective Way, Andrea Bellini, Galleria Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice, Turin, 2005
2005    Sally O’Reilly, Conrad Shawcross, The Guardian, 3 September 2005
2005    Conrad Shawcross: The Steady States exhibition catalogue, texts by Jenny Uglow and Andrea Bellini. New Art Gallery, Walsall and the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
2005    Delphine Velloire, L’homme machine, Jalouse, February
2005    Michael Glover, Like a circle in a spiral, The Independent Review, 25 January
2005    Fisun Guner, Deep Sea Monster, Metro Life, 5 January
2004    Mary Horlock, Greenwich ideal for time sensitive sculpture, Financial Times, 28 December
2004    John Russel Taylor, Looking for the deus in machina, The Times, 22 December
2004    Rose Jennings, Time and Motion Studies, The Observer, 19 December
2004    Nick Hackworth, Striking out into the vast unknown, Evening Standard. 17 December
2004    Nick Hackworth. ‘Batteries Not Included’, Dazed & Confused, Vol. 2 Issue#10, p. 106-9
2004    Adeline Iziren. ‘What Happened Next?’ The Guardian (Rise Section), 17 January p. 1-2
2003    Martin Herbert. ‘Best of 2003,’ Artforum, December 2003, p.134
2003    Jane Campbell. ‘50 Best Tips for Investing in Art’ The Independent 25 - 31 October, 2003, p. 7
2003    Colin Gleadell. The Telegraph magazine, 29th March, p. 46 – 53.
2003    Jane Neal. Contemporary, Issue 49, p. 90
2003    Martin Herbert. Frieze, April Issue, p. 101.
2003    Simon Morrissey. Art Monthly, March
2003    Richard Dorment. Daily Telegraph, 5 February.
2003    Jorn Ebner. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1 February.
2003    Martin Coomer. Time Out (London), 29 January - 5 February.
2003    Nick Hackworth. ‘Designs upon the nature of time’. Evening Standard, 21 January.
2003    Florence Hallet. What’s On, 15–22 January.
2003    Louisa Buck. The Art Newspaper, January.
2003    Sophie Léris. ‘Artist Profile’. Art Review, January.
2002    Geoff Nicholson. ‘Soul-Searching in a Ford capri’. Modern Painters, Winter
2001    Niru Ratnam. The Face, May.