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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.


Current exhibitions

A yellow passport on a black background

Transcending Borders

11 January–8 February 2019

Transcending Borders explores the experiences of nine masters students from Central Saint Martins who took part in a collaborative, three month project with Tokyo University of the Arts.

A series of knitted pieces hung on a waal

Solace Project

11 January–8 February 2019

The Solace Project is a participatory art project that took place across two hospices, the aim of which was to co-produce a work of art with terminally ill patients, their friends and family, and the bereaved, to exhibit at the hospice and elsewhere.

A person on top of a mountain

Altitude 0m.1000m.

11 January–15 February 2019

This exhibition shares a series of photographs taken by Pete Smithson, Technical Resources Manager at Central Saint Martins, during a project which saw him attempt to climb a number of 1000+ meter peaks in Scotland.

A collage of different peaks


11 January–15 February 2019

PRINTED brings togther a collection of work created by the staff within the Print Studios at Central Saint Martins.

Past exhibitions