Caroline Broadhead: a retrospective
Exhibition: 11 January – 6 February 2019
The Lethaby Gallery is dedicated to the creative talents of students, staff and alumni of Central Saint Martins. From fashion and art to design and performance, it publicly celebrates the College’s past and present while enthusing/stimulating/inspiring and provoking about our collective futures.
With its doors opening onto Granary Square at King’s Cross, the Lethaby Gallery delivers an ever-changing insight into one of the world’s best arts and design colleges.
Founded in 1896, the gallery was named after the founding head of the Central School of Art and Design – later Central Saint Martins – William Richard Lethaby, whose teaching bridged the gap between the academic and the practical, the thought and the thing, a practice which continues at the College today.
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The Lethaby Gallery is situated immediately at the front of the Granary Building.
Lethaby Gallery, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, London N1C 4AA
Opening times: Tuesday to Friday: 11am - 6pm
Saturday: 12 noon - 5pm
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We have a host of new exhibitions in our #CSMWindows: a collaboration with Tokyo University of the Arts; works made by terminally ill patients, their friends, family and the bereaved; photographs of Scottish mountain ascents and a collection of work from our Print Studios staff. https://t.co/kZpjNWVG4g
Caroline Broadhead: a retrospective continues in the Lethaby Gallery until 6 Feb. It brings together over 100 pieces which span jewellery, installation, performance, sculpture, textiles and photography and reflect the breadth of her pioneering practice. https://t.co/p67HWflWGr