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Lethaby Gallery 2017

Take a look at the Lethaby Gallery's 2017 programme of exhibitions, from a celebration of ceramics to an experimental exchange between artists, archivists, archaeologists.

A chair on display in the Lethaby Gallery

Some Like it Hot

24 November -15 December 2017

For the first time, staff from across the Jewellery and Textiles Programme showcased their research and practice together in exhibition, presenting new projects through the perspective of temperatures.

Room filled with installations and pieces of work on display

Creative Unions

16 September - 21 October 2017

At the heart of the London Design Festival's King’s Cross design district, Creative Unions showed how the next generation of designers are responding to current contexts with urgency and ingenuity. Read more about the exhibition.

A pair of hands holding brightly coloured fabric

BLINK: Anna Fox | MA Fashion

12 - 26 April 2017

Taking us from first fittings to line-up; from Granary Building in King’s Cross to London Fashion Week at 180 Strand, British photographer Anna Fox reveals the process of fashion design at close quarters; in its purest, almost abstract form.

A series of black lines and dots

Annihilation Event

22 - 29 March 2017

Operating as a space for experiment and exchange, this six-day programme brought together a contrary group of artists, archivists, archaeologists, historians, technical experts and theorists from all over Europe.

Three posters on a window which say 'These days will pass'

Altered Realities

22 February - 11 March 2017

Comprised of works submitted via an open call to students, staff and alumni of Central Saint Martins, Altered Realities featured creative responses that acknowledged and responded to the altered states and twisted realities in which we find ourselves.

A man stood next to a large trolly which has a fire inside of it

Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough

17 January - 11 February 2017

Celebrating 100 years of ceramics at Central Saint Martins, this exhibition reflected the embodied practice of working with ceramics, with an active studio built in the gallery space as the setting for demonstrations and live clay firings, igniting imaginations with the possibilities of clay.