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LETHABY GALLERY

Central Saint Martins, 1 Granary Square, N1C 4AA
020 7514 7000

www.arts.ac.uk/csm

Tue-Fri 11-6, Sat 12-5

undergroundKing's Cross - St Pancras


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SHOW TWO : DESIGN
Jun 19 - 23, 2019
Show Two presents the work of Central Saint Martins’ graduating design students from graphics to jewellery, performance to textiles and beyond.
Exhibiting programmes include: Product, Ceramic and Industrial Design; Culture and Enterprise; Drama and Performance; Fashion; Graphic Communication Design; Spatial Practices; Jewellery and Textiles.

DESIGNING IN TURBULENT TIMES
Sep 14 - Oct 26, 2019
This exhibition showcases graduate projects from Central Saint Martins offering disruptive and compelling propositions for more sustainable and equitable futures.
Faced with increasingly urgent social and environmental pressures, creativity can be a powerful agent for innovation and transformation. Across a wide range of design disciplines, this exhibition showcases graduate projects from Central Saint Martins, offering disruptive and compelling propositions for more sustainable and equitable futures. A public engagement programme, including a series of sustainable incubation workshops, will accompany the exhibition. This exhibition is an initiative of Maison/0, the sustainable innovation programme created in 2017 at Central Saint Martins in partnership with the luxury group LVMH.
Open daily 11-6 during London Design Festival (14-22 Sep)
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POSTGRADUATE ART AUCTION
Nov 7 - 14, 2019
The annual Postgraduate Art Auction sees the Lethaby Galleries walls filled with donations from acclaimed artists, as well as fresh work from the studios of our current students and recent graduates. The Auction takes place on Thursday 14 November 2019, for more information visit www.arts.ac.uk/csm-art-auction

COUNTER[ACTS]
Nov 29, 2019 - Jan 22, 2020
Counter[Acts] will mark the 35th year of the Turner Prize, bringing together previous winners and nominees who studied or taught at University of the Arts London’s constituent colleges, as well as emerging artists. The exhibition will explore the function of art practice as a counter-action to dominant social, political and aesthetic structures. With work spanning four decades, the exhibition seeks to reveal how artists use a variety of methods and approaches to disrupt historical narratives.

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