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Postgraduate Art Auction 2018

Event date
8 November 2018 - 15 November 2018
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Status
Open
Postgraduate Art Auction 2018

Register to bid and view the full catalogue of artworks. 

Auction: Thursday 15 November, 5.30-8.30pm

Exhibition of work: 8-15 November
Opening times:Tuesday-Friday*, 11am-6pm | Saturday: 12-5pm 
*Thursday 15 November, 11am-3pm

The Postgraduate Art Auction returns to the Lethaby Gallery, bringing together an incredible collection of donations from our celebrated alumni, friends and students. 

This year the annual auction will see the walls of the gallery filled with donations from acclaimed artists, as well as artworks fresh from the studios of our current students and recent graduates.

"It is impossible to adequately acknowledge the generosity of the artists in our annual postgraduate auction. It is such an extraordinary gesture, to gift your artwork in the service of others and in the best interests of a future generation.”
Paul Haywood, Dean of Academic Programmes, Central Saint Martins.

Lots in the live auction, for which we welcome returning auctioneer-extraordinaire Adrian Biddell, include generous donations from a host of previous Turner Prize winners and nominees, we are delighted to include this year Raqib ShawAntony GormleyMona Hatoum (named Whitechapel Gallery’s Art Icon 2018), Laure Prouvost (selected to represent France at the La Biennale di Venezia 2019), Grayson Perry, Kathy Prendergast, Matthew Krishanu, Peter Doig,and Emma Talbot.


 

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