Window Galleries

The Window Galleries at Central Saint Martins contextualise and celebrate the past, present and future of arts and design at CSM. Showing four exhibitions concurrently, a total of 30 across the year, they communicate who we are and what we teach, they showcase the best of the College’s creative talent, giving space to the often hidden areas of excellence in research and practice. Owing to their unique location on a public thoroughfare, the Windows Galleries receive an annual footfall in excess of one million visitors. 

The Window Galleries are visible from The Crossing at King's Cross 24/7.

  • Rebecca Hancock - Embroidered Self-Portrait
    Rebecca Hancock - Self-Portrait

    Normal to Dissent.

    Window Galleries | 5 – 26 April
    Lethaby Gallery | 9 - 20 April

    Taking the ideas of representation – and misrepresentation – as a starting point, this exhibition brings together artists, designers and creative practitioners who challenge established norms, offer alternative perspectives and seek to bring about change.

  • Freedom From Within The Frame

    11 - 26 April

    This exhibition demonstrates the aesthetic transitions that took place during this period and its lasting impact on the School.

  • Ancient lettering carved into a stone


    11 - 26 April

    This exhibition uncovers the mystery of the Roman alphabet by examining the practice of lettering as an interpretation of ancient letterforms and as an aesthetic representation of language.