This week is your last chance to see over 100 key works by Wyndham Lewis, Jacob Epstein and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska as well as Alvin Langdon Coburn’s photographs plus a good selection of literary ephemera from the period. Dont miss it!Last chance to see: Jacob Epstein’s Rock Drill 1913–15, recreated 1973–4Birmingham City Art Gallery © The estate of Sir Jacob Epstein Tate Photography Chris Stephens is co-curator of The Vorticists: Manifesto for a Modern World and Curator (Modern British Art) and Head of Displays at Tate Britain. The exhibition runs until 4 September 2011. Tags:ExhibitionExhibition programmeTate BritainLondonVorticism Comments Show newest comments first As above please.! A wonderful expression for today! Self -human,or machine...to wander is the genius.... Variations of Jacob Epstein's Rock Drill, to include an unfinished torso that is absolutely stunning -- seem to me to have gained in their impact as the decades have passed. In the US, the Nasher Museum at Duke University mounted a fine Vorticist show recently. Some astonishing work. If you have the chance get to the Tate and see this show.