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Lethaby Gallery 2016

Discover the Lethaby Gallery's 2016 programme of exhibitions, featuring the story of textile design at the College to a presentation of specially selected garments by MA Fashion graduates.

'Cin Cinema' written in pink neon

Dream Works

2 - 17 December 2016

Dream Works presented the work of the first group of BA Fine Art graduates to be supported by the Acme Studios/CSM Associate Studio Programme; Lydia Davies, Chris Ifould, Piotr Krzymowski, Sean Lavelle, Asta Meldal Lynge, Cameron Scott, Tilly Shiner and Nikhil Vettukattil.

Works on display in the Lethaby Gallery

Brain Waves

17 September - 29 October 2016

At the heart London Design Festival, this exhibition presented the work of our leading design graduates, exploring the varieties of design intelligence they deploy in their work as they engage with uncertain futures.

A series of black and white illustrations on display in the Lethaby Gallery

Show Two: MA Communication Design

22 - 26 June 2016

Taking place as part of Degree Show Two, this exhibition showcased the work of final year MA Communication Design students.

Mannequin wearing designs by MA Fashion students

Separates

13 - 27 April 2016

This exhibition presented specially selected 'separates' from the collections of Central Saint Martins' 2016 MA Fashion graduates following their show at London Fashion Week earlier in the year.

A variety of different textile projects on display in the Lethaby Gallery

Real Dirty Blue

23 February - 1 April 2016

Co-curated by the Central Saint Martins Museum and Study Collection and teaching staff from BA Textile Design, this exhibition told the story of a century of textile design at the College.

People viewing works in the Lethaby Gallery

We Are Open

12 January – 10 February 2016

Over four weeks graduates from Graphic Design, Fine Art and Spatial Practices were invited to create responses to the Gallery’s local communities and environments. Each graduate was a resident for one week, using the gallery as their studio while it stayed open to the public.